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Libelium pushes eHealth IoT Platform with Cloud and Medical Dev Kits

By Ken Briodagh
February 27, 2018

According to a recent release, Libelium is boosting its MySignals eHealth IoT Platform with specific kits to monitor several wellness and health specific disorders. The platform adds new cloud services for medical record management.

MySignals is an eHealth IoT Development platform designed for remote health monitoring, equipped with 17 different sensors that measure vital signs such as pulse, breath rate, oxygen in blood, temperature, electrocardiogram signals, blood pressure, muscle electromyographic signals, glucose levels, galvanic skin response, lung capacity, snore waves, patient position, airflow and body scale parameters.

The new MySignals kits are designed for users with different chronic pathologies that require daily monitoring of some medical parameters. Sleep disorders such as apnea and snoring, respiratory diseases like asthma and breathing depression, diabetes, arterial hypertension, arrhythmias and tachycardias are common disorders that affect the daily lives of some people. Now this remote surveillance allows users to monitor their health status on a daily basis.

Elderly people, pregnant women and high-performance athletes are three population groups for which Libelium has designed specific kits. The pregnancy kit includes a blood pressure sensor, a glucometer and a body scale for a better monitoring of the 9-month gestation period. The elderly monitoring kit, also suitable for Alzheimer’s affected, allows them to monitor blood pressure, blood glucose and oxygen levels as well as the patient’s position and features an emergency alarm button. Libelium has also designed a kit for high-performance athletes or sports centres that perform stress tests. It can be used to run electrocardiograms, electromyograms and also to control oxygen levels, respiratory flow and blood pressure, in addition to a body scale for monitoring body weight and muscle mass.

The platform allows real time visualization of the data gathered that also can be stored on the MySignals’ Cloud to manage different user profiles. Libelium has developed a cloud for MySignals’ users that allows them to get the medical records chronologically ordered. The Cloud service includes the possibility to store real time wave signals, such as ECG / EMG, for a subsequent clinical follow up. The most upgraded cloud licenses, for developers, include an open API to extract the information from the Cloud and use it on external App’s or even migrate it to an external Cloud platform.

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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