SecuraTrac announces health app

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SecuraTrac announces health app
SecuraTrac announces health app

Mobile health provider SecuraTrac announced new technology based off of its SecuraFoneĀ®. Developed with Vital Connect, SecuraFone Health can tell physicians, caregivers and family in real-time when an unexpected health event occurs. These include heart rate or respiration rate changes.

It also can detect falls. When something unexpected is discovered, the app sends a real-time alert that includes information about the user's location.

The user wears a sensor on his or her chest or back to monitor vitals. Patches are water-resistant and can be worn for two to three days. 

The SecuraFone Health app is scheduled for release later this year. 

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