PITTSBURGH, PA–(Marketwired – January 31, 2017) – InteloMed, Inc., a leader in the development of advanced non-invasive systems for intelligent patient monitoring, will exhibit at the upcoming Renal Research Institute 19th Annual Conference on Dialysis Advances in Kidney Disease. InteloMed will feature the CVInsight® Patient Monitoring & Informatics System for continuous monitoring of cardiovascular stress to assess dialysis treatment tolerance. This year’s event is being held on February 1 – 3 in Las Vegas, NV. The conference provides an up-to-date presentation of new technology and therapeutics in the field of kidney disease and emphasizes current issues facing the renal community.
“InteloMed anticipates connecting with the kidney research community at the RRI International Conference on Dialysis,” said InteloMed CEO Jill Schiaparelli. “The CVInsight System is among the promising technologies in the kidney disease field and we look forward to demonstrating its capabilities at the conference.”
The CVInsight Monitoring System will be available at the InteloMed booth, number 3526. For more information about the event, visit http://renalresearch.com/#conferences.
InteloMed is redefining the standard of care in patient monitoring and informatics through its intelligent, multi-dimensional, non-invasive CVInsight® Patient Monitoring & Informatics System.
Providing an unprecedented level of physiologic insight, the CVInsight® Monitoring System is an easy-to-use, multi-parameter system for monitoring cardiovascular stress. It empowers clinicians with non-invasive, real-time, dynamic, and actionable information about a patient’s dialysis tolerance. Based on patented and proprietary algorithms, the system provides clinician set alerts to notify healthcare providers of changes in the patient’s tolerance to dialysis treatment, allowing them to intervene to avoid dialysis interruptions that can have serious patient consequences.
The CVInsight® Patient Monitoring and Informatics System is FDA-cleared and CE-marked and has launched commercially in the United States.
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