Archives for February 2015. The Protocall Group, a regional staffing company, is growing by leaps and bounds.
We are excited to announce several new additions to our team, as well as mentioning key employees transitioning into new positions. The Protocall Group welcomes Tricia Taylor, Human Resources Coordinator, and Kelly Tistan-McGuire, Workers’ Compensation Coordinator, in our Corporate Office. Tricia started at Protocall as an intern while attending Temple University, Fox School of Business where she earned her bachelor’s degree in human resource management. Tricia’s primary responsibilities will be ACA benefit enrollments for all temporary employees, internal recruiting, internal I9 audits, EEO reporting, and WBE certifications. Kelly previously worked in the Healthcare Division as a Credentialing/HR Specialist. The Protocall Group’s Healthcare Division welcomes Laura Hughes and Stephanie Vitagliano to their Cherry Hill, NJ branch office.
We are thrilled to have you all as part of our dynamic team! How I Treat Patients with Elevated Blood Pressure - McDougall Newsletter November 2009. How I Treat Patients with Elevated Blood Pressure Elevated blood pressure, or hypertension, is associated with serious health problems, such as strokes, heart attacks, and kidney failure.
Most people believe the problem with hypertension is that the elevated pressure damages the arteries and the body’s organs. Actually, it is more often the other way around. The rise in blood pressure is a response to a sick body—the blood pressure goes up as a natural and proper adaptation—as an attempt to compensate for a plugged up cardiovascular system. Million Hearts - Tools - Evidence-based Treatment Protocols. Template to Create a Hypertension Treatment Protocol Use this template if you’d like to create your own protocol * Template will continue to be updated as evidence, guidelines evolve.
Elements Associated with Effective Adoption and Use of a Protocol: Insights from Key Stakeholders Recommended Elements of Effective Hypertension Protocols. BP Screening Guidelines new. Hypertension Protocol. REVIEWS. CharmCare’s H2 Wearable Blood Pressure Monitor Meets 60% of Goal on Indiegogo and Launches Charity Donation Stimulus. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2014 The worldwide wearable electronics market, already a $14 billion industry and expected to climb to $70 billion by 2024 (Source IDTECHEX), has another entry into the health wearable category: The H2 from CharmCare.
The company is responsible for developing the world’s smallest and lightest wearable blood pressure monitor. The H2 Blood Pressure Monitor has already raised over $30,000 or 60% of their $50,000 goal on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. The Indiegogo campaign is expected to reach $50,000 to enable the company to manufacture and distribute the product in the U.S. As part of a new campaign stimulus, CharmCare will donate 5% of the total funds raised to the American Heart Association (AHA), if $50,000 in donations are reached by December 20, 2014.
(Source: AHA website) Hypertension or high blood pressure is a disease. According Dr. Swaying Consumers on Wearables iTriage art for HL7 Standards. Wearable watch. Monitors. Body sensors. Body sensors. CE&FDA Certificates Wearable Ditital SPO2 Oxygen Monitor Wrist Pulse Oximeter Color OLED Screen Disk USB Line CMS50F 2. iHealth Wearable PulseOximeter PO7 b. Awearable. H2: The First Wearable Blood Pressure Monitor. H2: The First Wearable Blood Pressure Monitor Press kit: www.h2care.com/Download/H2PressKit.pdf MEDIA DELIVERIES / Total Media Deliveries: 2,863 ONLINE PICKUP / Total Pickups: 264 H2 is the first wearable blood pressure monitor.
The smallest and lightest blood pressure monitor in the world, H2 makes it convenient to track your blood pressure anytime, anywhere. H2 Spec Updated New alarm function is updated to device. H2 Design Updated This is 2nd Design of H2. Track Your Blood Pressure Whenever, Wherever With a comfortable design, noiseless operation, and quick readings, the H2 combines the capability of a blood pressure monitor and the convenience and appeal of wearable technology. Track in Real-Time In addition to checking your blood pressure on the display, the H2 has an automatic sync system that sends data to your smartphone and the website with each measurement. Color Variation H2 is available in 8 different band colors. Wearable, Doc-Prescribed Monitors May Help Spot High Blood Pressure. Wearing device for a day gives more accurate info than single in-office reading, study says WebMD News from HealthDay By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Dec. 22, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- People suspected of having high blood pressure may soon be asked to wear what's known as an "ambulatory" blood pressure monitor for a day or so to confirm the diagnosis, according to draft recommendations issued by the U.S.
Preventive Services Task Force. Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring involves a blood pressure cuff worn constantly around the upper arm, and an attached monitoring device. Continue reading below... Patients are also asked to keep a diary of their activity during the day, and doctors use data from the monitor and the diary to weigh whether a person truly has high blood pressure. The review was published online Dec. 22 in the Annals of Internal Medicine. "About a third of adults in the United States have high blood pressure," said Antman, who was not involved with the study. What is hypertension? What causes hypertension? Heart rate monitor. Heart rate monitor. Wearable Technology News, Products, & Reviews.