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Monitors, Physiologic, Pulse Rate, Personal

Definition : Monitors designed for continuous measurement and display of the number of rhythmic expansions (pulsations) of an artery per minute (i.e., pulse rate in beats per minute) that are intended for personal use. These monitors consist of a small main electronic unit that is worn by the patient (e.g., placed around the wrist, carried in a pouch) that includes electronic circuits; a display; and appropriate sensors for measuring the required physiologic parameters. The monitor may include audible and/or visual alarms that are triggered when the patient's pulse rate drops below or exceeds preset limits. Personal pulse rate monitors are used for personal self-monitoring during daily activities and/or when performing exercises.

Entry Terms : "Monitors, Personal" , "Self-Care Monitors" , "Patient-Worn Monitors" , "Monitors, Patient-Worn" , "Monitors, Self Care" , "Monitors, Personal, Pulse Rate" , "Personal Monitors" , "Pulse-Rate Personal Monitors"

UMDC code : 20187

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A & D Medical

Company Type: Parent

A&D Medical / LifeSource manufacturers blood pressure monitors and other home health care products for home and professional use. Models include automatic, manual, ambulatory, kiosk style and accessories including stethoscopes.

Biosig Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

BiTech Medical Corp

Company Type: Parent

Dynatronics

Company Type: Parent

Dynatronics manufactures, markets and distributes advanced-technology medical devices, orthopedic soft goods and supplies, treatment tables and rehabilitation equipment for the physical therapy, sports medicine, chiropractic, podiatry, plastic surgery, dermatology and other related medical, cosmetic and aesthetic markets.

Heart Rate Inc

Company Type: Parent

Heart Rate Inc. has played an integral role in transforming the way people exercise with its 30 year history of innovations. Few other companies can claim as many fitness equipment firsts-including inventing total-body training-that have become expectations for exercise today. Plus, Heart Rate Inc. offers much more than its highly regarded vertical trainers, including a full line of heart rate monitors, the unprecedented VersaPulley resistance using patented MV2 technology and the now ExerVibe vertical climbers and steppers with Whole Body Vibration.

Institute of HeartMath

Company Type: Parent

Ivy Biomedical Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Founded in 1984, Ivy Biomedical Systems, Inc. is a privately-held medical device company headquartered in Branford, Connecticut. The Company designs, develops and manufactures patient monitors that incorporate leading edge technology and innovative, market-specific features. The Company's highly diversified products are used to monitor patient vital signs throughout the healthcare setting. The Company is the market leader of specialized cardiac trigger monitors which are used to synchronize radiographic image acquisition across most major advanced cardiac imaging modalities; to include radionuclide, computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET), and single photon emission tomography (SPECT).

Lafayette Instrument Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

Lafayette Instrument Company was a market leader when the world entered into the age of the computer. As the technology available for design, development and manufacturing advanced, so did LIC processes and products. In 1993, Lafayette Instrument Company sold its first computerized Polygraph.

Marshall-Browning International Corp

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PCE Fitness

Company Type: Parent

Smooth Fitness

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Viterion TeleHealthcare

Company Type: Parent

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