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Software, Physiologic Monitoring

Definition : Software designed to operate physiologic monitors, control/monitor a limited number of their functions, and/or process data obtained while monitoring. This software is intended to work only with one or a few models of physiologic monitors or monitoring systems, usually from the same manufacturer. The software may perform a variety of algorithms to facilitate the operation and analysis of the measurements performed while monitoring and/or while processing and/or transmitting/receiving patient information from and to workstations and hospital information systems. Also available is dedicated physiologic monitoring software intended to assess physiologic parameters at the bedside, in doctors' offices, or using telemetry or physiologic monitoring systems.

Entry Terms : "Physiologic Monitoring Software"

UMDC code : 26708

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NeuMed Inc

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In 1984 an idea was born: empower medical professionals with the ability to quickly and easily perform non-invasive nerve conduction tests at the point of care (POC). That objective went from concept to reality through a collaborative effort between NeuMed and the University of Iowa. Decades later, NeuMed is proud of this pioneering accomplishment as well as the commitment to design excellence and innovation. From our strong understanding of neurodiagnostic science, electrical engineering, embedded software systems, and information technology (IT) NeuMed has been recognized for its accuracy, reliability, and efficacy by a multitude of prestigious institutions. The traditional (or conventional) nerve conduction methodology is simply the most trusted in medicine and has always been the foundation of NeuMed's NCS-Monitors. Our technology is so accurate and reliable that it is used globally by endocrinologists, hand surgeons, internal medicine, neurologists, orthopaedists, physiatrists, podiatric surgeons, primary care physicians, occupational medicine clinics, and rheumatologists.

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