eUNO R-10 is a remote ECG reporting solution. The eUNO is a simple handheld ECG device with a built in GSM modem. The system is supported by a secured web based platform the Rhythms24X7.
The patient and physician are at different locations. At the patient end is the eUNO, a standalone 12 lead ECG acquisition peripheral device. This device can capture demographic data of patient along with symptoms to facilitate diagnosis. The eUNO can store 20 ECGs. And can be configured to send ECG individually to 20 consultants.
The ECG sent to Rhythms24x7 is safely stored on this server. This server is available to valid users around the clock round the year.
The ECG once it comes to the server is automatically forwarded to the mobile phone of the consultant for reporting as a realtime push.
For more information on the same, please visit http://www.rhythms24x7.com.
The App will require Internet Access and Network State Permissions for getting ecg's & patient reports through the rhythms platform as a real time push from the internet.
The App will save the patient report details onto the storage card in a folder named Rhythms24x7 hence needing the permission to write in to the storage card.
There's an option of directly calling the Paramedic who is attending the patient in an emergency situation thus needing the permission for calling.
Wake Lock Permission is required so as to make sure that the application does not miss patient records whenever transmitted due to apparent non activity of phone.
The application is meant to be an emergency response app, so it is made to start minimized when the phone boots up.