News | Wearables | August 10, 2018

Caretaker Medical Wins CE Certification for Caretaker4 Wireless Vital Signs Monitor

Device offers continuous non-invasive blood pressure (CNIBP) and vitals monitoring with disposable finger cuff

Caretaker Medical Wins CE Certification for Caretaker4 Wireless Vital Signs Monitor

August 10, 2018 — Caretaker Medical, creator of the Caretaker4 wireless CNIBP Vital signs monitor for continuous non-invasive blood pressure (CNIBP) and vital signs monitoring, has received CE certification approval.

The device has already been recognized as a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared wearable vital signs monitor for measuring intensive care unit (ICU) quality continuous beat-by-beat blood pressure, heart rate, SP02 and body temperature. The CE Mark registration will allow the company to immediately expand its global sales and distribution efforts.

The Caretaker4's ability to measure continuous blood pressure and vital signs without bulky external arm cuffs helps to streamline clinician workflow, and improves patient comfort and safety. Additionally, the device's ability to send patient data to other monitoring platforms provides robust integration onto OEM solutions, including Philips IntelliVue monitors.

For more information: www.caretakermedical.net

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