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QuardioArm, QuardioCore Measures Blood Pressure, ECG

Friday, January 31st, 2014

quardio-2Marco Peluso of Quardio joins us on the TPN CES live stream. Quardio introduced QuardioArm and QuardioCore products to capture more information about your heart. The QuardioArm is a blood pressure monitor while the core is a piece you set on your chest. It acts similar to a ECG monitor.

Using secure cloud storage, your health data is stored and can be seen by you, friends, family, or a health care professional.

Quardio is HIPPA compliant. The core has a rechargeable battery you plug in for a few hours a day.

QuardioCore will be available in June for $449. The QuardioArm is $99 and available for pre-sale

To find out more, check out getQuardio.com

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Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine and Don Baine of The Gadget Professor with help of Chris Montera of Health Tech Weekly

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iHealth Blood Pressure Monitor

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013
iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor

iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor

The iHealth Blood Pressure monitor is part of a series of app connected tools that improve a person’s health awareness. Adam from iHealth talks to Jamie Davis, the Podmedic about these home health devices.

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The iHealth Blood Pressure monitor is an FDA approved product and is now in its second generation with wireless bluetooth connectivity allowing connection to more mobile devices via a wider array of app offerings. This makes it a great option for families who want or need to monitor their blood pressure on a more regular basis.

Cloud or App Based Health Tracking

The application from iHealth comes with a free cloud service that allows you to store data online for retrieval later on a web browser instead of the mobile device. Via the app or the cloud, all of the data can be tracked and trended to give users a view of health progress and changes over time.

The iHealth suite of health monitoring tools is available now from a variety of retailers.

Video by Jamie Davis, the Podmedic from Health Tech Weekly (HTWeekly.com).

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