Medical Electronics
& Telemedicine

Pulse Oxymeter

Minimally invasive cardiology procedures translate to increasing number of patients being operated in a limited period of time. This leads to logistics issues in hospitals. The number of beds in Intensive Care Units of hospitals simply cannot cope up with the number of patients requiring post-operative care thereby limiting the number of operations that can be performed by cardiologists.

Pulse Oxymeter Quantum Group in conjunction with leading cardiologists arrived at the conclusion that the most important data that needed to be monitored is the patient’s blood oxygen levels (SpO2). A sudden drop in the SpO2 levels of a post-operative patient was closely linked with deterioration in the patient’s condition and usually led to post-operative complications.

A wearable device developed by Quantum Group when worn on the patients’ wrist and finger, gives accurate pulse and SpO2 readouts. Wi-Fi enabled, the device sends constant updates to the nurse’s station, allowing remote monitoring of the patient's vital statistics.

Now, post-operative care can be done in a regular ward and cardiologists can perform more operations.

Virtual medical care at your fingertips

Telemedicine, a system of diagonising and treating patients remotely by a medical professional using telecommunications technology is the need of the hour.

We, at Qdnet make this possible by our advanced electronic information and telecommunication technologies to support long-distance clinical healthcare. Our technology facilitates digital transmission of medical images to enable remote medical diagnosis and evaluations, via video consultations with specialists to treat patients at a distance. This system consists of an interface between our hardware and software departments and a communication channel to finally bridge the gap between two geographical locations to exchange information and enable teleconsultancy between them.

Through our technology, we reach out to rural and urban population with healthcare shortages, and respond to medical emergencies by sharing medical consults and patient health records without delay.

This technology in telemedicine not only helps in reducing time and cost of patient transportation but also enables critical care monitoring where shifting of a patient is not possible. Though originally telemedicine was created to treat patients in remote areas, or in areas of shortage of medical professionals, it is now increasingly becoming a tool for convenient medical care especially after the pandemic. Today’s connected patient wants to waste less time in the waiting room of a hospital or clinic and get immediate care for minor but urgent conditions when they need it. It also makes the life of healthcare providers easy by decreasing the load of missed appointments and cancellations, increasing patient load and improving follow up and health outcomes.

Our aim is to offer patients 24/7 access to medical care with an on-call doctor. We are constantly finding new ways to improve telemedicine and make it a viable and advantageous form of healthcare delivery for many medical scenarios.