16th January, 2015
Warp 3 Medical Tricorder, with Vitals Signs, Ultrasound and Cloud EHR, launches on Indiegogo
Warp United is proud to announce the launch of the Warp 3 Medical Tricorder Crowdfunding and Pre-order Campaign on Indiegogo.
The Indiegogo launch gives medical and veterinary professionals, as well as medical device distributors, an opportunity to get their hands on the first - and limited edition - Warp 3 Medical Tricorder.
The Medical Tricorder, as shown on the Star Trek TV shows and movies, demonstrates a fictional device that the Star Fleet doctors use to diagnose a patient (or wounded) on-site, especially when they are far from any medical facilities. Warp United have built a system of handheld devices around the original Star Trek concept that helps a doctor examine a patient - anywhere and anytime. It can be used in routine clinical practice, in accident and emergency situations, natural disasters, rescue and relief scenarios.
The Warp 3 Medical Tricorder consists of three main parts, the Valkan Tablet, the Urxa Ultrasound Module and the Volans Vital Sign Module. Using non-invasive technology to gather vital signs, such as ECG, blood pressure, SpO2 (Oxygen Saturation), and ultrasound images, the device makes it much easier for medical personnel to make quick, on site decisions. Doctors can relay vital information to follow-up medical personnel, seamlessly and securely, using the integrated WarpCloud EHR system. With a compact and mobile design, it’s easy to carry and operate in all kinds of environments - it’s built to IPX67 standards.
The Indiegogo campaign page contains further details and offers the Warp 3 Medical Tricorder at its lowest introductory offer for early funders/pre-orders.
View the Indiegogo page HERE
Warp United develops solutions made for doctors by doctors.
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