Medical device interface helps TTSH nurses halve the time for recording vital signs

Straits Times, news article (extract), June 28, 2012:

Nurses at Tan Tock Seng Hospital have nearly halved the time they take to record patients’ blood pressure, pulse rate and other vital signs, thanks to a gadget which captures data on the go.

The Medical Device Interface (MDI)— which runs on a tablet computer — automatically captures readings at a patient’s bedside and wirelessly uploads them to an electronic clinical chart.

Ong A. TTSH, Spring tie up to boost innovations. Straits Times (Singapore), 2012 June 28: Breaking News [Internet].

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