Patent published on March 7, 2024

New Patent: Device That Collects Your Body Information and Connects You to a Remote Doctor

Device That Collects Your Body Information and Connects You to a Remote Doctor

In today's fast-paced world, access to quality healthcare has become more crucial than ever. However, there are various obstacles that hinder the provision of healthcare services, especially in remote areas or during unprecedented times such as a pandemic. Recognizing these challenges, a new patent has been published that aims to revolutionize the way we collect and monitor our body information while seamlessly connecting us to remote doctors. The patent, titled "Comprehensive Patient Biological Information Collection Devices and Telemedicine Systems," brings hope to millions by addressing key problems in the telemedicine industry.

One of the core issues faced by telemedicine is the lack of user-friendly medical devices that can collect critical medical or biological information required by healthcare providers to offer the same level of care as an in-person visit. Many patients do not possess the necessary devices to remotely collect and transmit vital medical data to healthcare professionals online or on the cloud. As a result, telemedicine has predominantly been limited to online consultations, making it challenging for clinicians to provide comprehensive healthcare remotely. Wireless blood pressure meters, ECG monitors, or stethoscopes that are user-friendly remain scarce.

Additionally, the fragmented nature of home medical devices further complicates data collection and transmission. Patients struggle to compile and transmit crucial data to healthcare providers as a result of using multiple separate devices. Compounding this issue, devices from different manufacturers often lack compatibility, rendering it difficult for telemedicine doctors to access data collected from various devices and platforms. This lack of seamless data integration becomes particularly consequential during emergencies when timely access to vital signs is critical for saving lives.

Furthermore, the current market does not offer a comprehensive patient biological information collection device. Patients requiring various biological information, including blood pressure, blood sugar, blood alcohol, temperature, EEG, and EKG, often have to rely on a collection of expensive and disparate devices. This becomes prohibitively expensive for regular monitoring by the general population. Consequently, there is a pressing need for an integrated and cost-effective solution that can monitor these essential patient biological parameters without the financial burden of multiple expensive machines and devices.

Thankfully, the patent, developed by Xiao Jun Wen, addresses these challenges by offering a smarter and integrated home medical device. The Comprehensive Patient Biological Information Collection Device (CPBICD) allows for the remote collection and monitoring of critical medical data, replicating the quality of care provided during an office or clinic visit. Equipped with specialized sensors, this wearable gadget can monitor various biological parameters and detect any anomalies. The collected information is then transmitted to a smart computer system capable of intelligent analysis.

What sets this invention apart is its ability to seamlessly connect patients to remote doctors through telemedicine systems. When aberrations in the collected data are detected, the system can automatically arrange video appointments with healthcare professionals, ensuring that patients receive timely and necessary medical attention. This integrated solution bridges the gap between patients and doctors, ultimately democratizing access to quality healthcare regardless of geographical location or extenuating circumstances.

Looking ahead, a world where this problem is effectively solved will see transformative changes in healthcare delivery. Patients will be empowered to actively participate in their own healthcare journeys, monitoring their vital signs and receiving prompt medical advice when warranted. For example, a person living in a remote area can simply wear this device and transmit their data to a remote doctor for real-time analysis and diagnosis. In case of emergencies, doctors will have immediate access to critical data, allowing them to make informed decisions that can potentially save lives.

It is important to note that while this patent offers a glimpse into a promising future, there is no guarantee that it will be commercially available. Patents serve as a means to protect innovations, and further development and market implementation are necessary steps before it becomes a reality. However, the publication of this patent presents an exciting possibility for transforming telemedicine and offering accessible healthcare to all, regardless of their circumstances.

P.S. Please note that this article discusses a patent publication and does not guarantee the future availability of the mentioned technology in the market.


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