Biotel's cardiac monitor automatically transmits data

10/26/2008 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Biotel has developed a monitor that can detect arrhythmias and directly send data to a patient-monitoring center through a cell phone call rather than having patients connect the device to a phone line. The company said it plans to introduce the wireless device onto the market next year.

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