Vitallink3 Certified for Iridium Network

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

TeleMedic Systems announced that its new lightweight VitalLink3 medical vital signs monitoring system has completed testing over Iridium’s worldwide communication network, and is now available to support mobile medical data transmissions on a global scale.

TeleMedic developed the VitalLink3, a mobile vital signs monitor, for use in remote applications. Designed to be a universal interface between medical devices and IT systems, the VitalLink3 acts as a communication gateway for the dissemination of acquired medical data and the integration of other specialist medical/IT systems.

VitalNet’s secure portal supplies medical professionals with remote access, integration of patient records and an audit trail of actual or attempted access to any part of the system. Built to hospital standards, the VitalLink3 offers a cost-effective solution for customers in need of medical support in areas where hospital treatment is unavailable.

“The flexibility of the VitalLink3 allows us to match the requirements of the user with the available communication carrier,” said Gerry Buss, COO, TeleMedic Systems. “The system transmits via a wireless network when available or through the Iridium satellites in more remote regions.”

(www.TeleMedicSystems.com)

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