STARK Industries Participates in 2018 MHSRS with Ohio State University Exhibiting DoD Warfighter Uses of Isansys Lifetouch Wireless Cardiac Telemetry

STARK Industries demonstrates 'wireless' Isansys Lifetouch BLE cardiac monitoring 'smart patch', while participating in the 2018 MHSRS - Military Health Research Symposium, held in Kissimmee, FL, 20-23 August 2018, as an Industry Partner with The Ohio State University – Center for Regenerative Medicine.
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STARK Industries - Isansys Lifetouch Blue - Wireless Continuous Cardiac Monitor
STARK Industries - Isansys Lifetouch Blue - Wireless Continuous Cardiac Monitor
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Aug. 27, 2018 - PRLog -- STARK Industries exhibited Isansys Lifecare's - Lifetouch BLE continuous cardiac monitoring 'smart patch', at the 2018 MHSRS, demonstrating the unobtrusive, real-time, remote cardiac monitoring capabilities of the wireless Lifetouch biosensor, software and platform.

"Our Isansys PSE platform and suite of biosensors utilize Bluetooth connectivity, providing a completely wireless system for capturing, storing and transmitting a wide array of physiologic data," Joe Swantack - CEO, STARK Industries stated. "The Lifetouch 'smart patch' specifically captures, stores and transmits: heart rate, heart rhythm (ECG), respirations and accelerometry data, all in real-time," Mr. Swantack continued.

"The MHSRS is the Department of Defense's premier scientific meeting," Mr. Swantack went on to say. "The MHSRS is the only military or civilian meeting that focuses specifically on the unique medical needs of the US Warfighter," he added.

STARK Industries and Isansys Lifecare of Oxford, England, UK, are partnered in bringing the Isansys PSE platform and suite of wireless biosensors to the US market, focusing on US Warfighter health protection - 'Continuum of Care', prolonged field care scenarios and aerospace medicine applications.

Headquartered in Columbus, OH, STARK Industries innovates and participates in research and technological development across industry sectors, including collaboratives with universities and healthcare institutions, in-hospital to out-patient R&D, NASA and aerospace investigations and DoD Warfighter health protection initiatives.

For additional information, visit STARK Industries


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