ILS Hospital Introduces Dozee For The First Time In Eastern India For Contactless Monitoring Of Asymptomatic Covid-19 Patients

News Desk, News Nation 360: ILS Hospitals have introduced a contactless health monitoring system called Dozeefor treating asymptomatic Covid-19 patients for the first time in Eastern India. This facility is being made available for such patients recovering at their home or the makeshift quarantine facilities set up by ILS Hospitals at Hotel Sonnet in Kolkata. ILS Hospitals has utilized the shortage of beds to its stride and is providing 14 days complete quarantine solutions as such remote vitals monitoring, daily video consultation by nurses and Doctors, Covid-19 testing, gloves, sanitizer, digital thermometers, etc.in the home and hotel setting. Dozee plays an integral role by offering remote and contactless health monitoring through tracking respiration, heart rate, oxygen saturation levels, stress levels on a daily basis and is helping doctors remotely check on patients’ progress. The AI-powered system is also helping in flagging off health deteriorations well in advance. Doctors & Nurses can monitor the patient’s health 24x7 on the Dozee App or using Dozee’s Patient Monitoring Dashboard. Remote patient monitoring is reducing medical professionals’ exposure to infection and their workload. Debashis Dhar, Group Vice President, ILS Hospitals, told they take great pleasure in being the first chain of hospitals to use Dozee in Eastern India. This contactless monitoring device should come in very useful and shall be instrumental in providing adequate care to the patients, without putting the safety of the doctors’ at stake by reducing their exposure to the virus directly. They had ordered over 65 Dozee equipment in the first phase and would be ordering more as they see an increase in the demand for its usage. Dozee has also been backed by reputed companies like Qualcomm and Department of Biotechnology - Government of India, BIRAC and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for product development and acceleration. Dozee uses Ballistocardiography as the underlying technology where a thin sensor sheet is placed below the mattress (any mattress up to 18 inches) of the user to capture the data on micro-vibrations in the human body. This data of micro-vibration is further analyzed using advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms to create health data about the user. 

Report : Anustup Kundu

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