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How VESAG - a mobile based personal emergency response system help health conscious citizens.
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Posted by: site admin @ 2:18 am

The modern day lifestyle leaves little time for most to take care of themselves. With busy work schedules and various other responsibilities, it is not possible to monitor all your vital health parameters on a daily basis. The Vyzin Empowered Security And Guidance or VESAG Watch can help you keep a check on your health every single day and also alert you in case there is reason to be worried.

The VESAG is a complete wireless health monitoring system for the health conscious individual. It keeps a track of your blood pressure, blood sugar, pulse, ECG, temperature, body-water percentage, body fat percentage, BMI, etc. and also informs you about your daily suggested calorie intake. In case either of these levels is about to reach their threshold, the watch sends out a warning signal to you. Once the threshold is reached and crossed, the watch alerts our 24/7 support team, who in turn alert individuals listed on your emergency contact list as well as send for an emergency response team. Since the watch also holds personal health care information, it becomes easier for paramedics to act in case of a health crisis.

The Vesag Health Watch proves to be a great companion for those who suffer from hypertension, diabetes or excessive weight gain, as the watch monitors all these parameters without the need of multiple gadgets. Even in case you indulge in strenuous physical activities that alleviate either of these parameters to abnormally high levels, you will be alerted before emergency services are called for, thereby, decreasing the chances of a false alarm.

For those who are on any kind of medication, the watch allows you to set up medicine reminders as well. Since the VESAG watch comes with an in-built GPS tracking system and allows you to set geo-fences, our team is alerted when you cross those limits. The watch also features a button that helps you make a distress call from any location. Unlike most health monitoring devices, the VESAG watch operates across the globe and from anyplace that supports a mobile signal which makes for added security.

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How VESAG helps kids, women and visitors
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Posted by: site admin @ 2:09 am

The VESAG or Vyzin Empowered Secuirty And Guidance system is not just for the elderly or those who cannot take care of themselves, it is for all your loved ones. The VESAG health monitoring watch comes with an in-built GPS tracker, which makes it a critical companion when your loved ones are out of sight. It is a great guardian for kids, companion for women and buddy for visitors.

The VESAG Health watch essentially offers to monitor the key health parameters such as blood pressure, temperature, pulse, etc.; track the GPS location; as well as send alerts or make distress calls when the wearer is threatened.

In case of children, the watch makes for a guardian that keeps a watch on them, especially when you are not around. The wireless health monitor lets you know when your child is running a high temperature or has an abnormally high pulse rate, which can be a great warning if the child is scared or in danger. In case the child has wandered away, you can track their location with the GPS tracker that shall give you their exact co-ordinates. You can even set up a geo-fence for them that shall send out an alert when they move out of the desired location for a considerable period of time.

In case of working women, the VESAG health watch is a great companion as it features buttons to make distress calls to our 24/7 support team. The pulse monitor too sends out an alert when the heart rate is abnormally high, which can signify danger. This gives women, especially those who travel late at night, the confidence and security to move at their own convenience. For the same reasons the VESAG watch can be a good buddy for travelers as our services are available globally and the wireless monitors are active as long as they have access to mobile signals.

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How VESAG helps senior care centers
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Posted by: site admin @ 1:18 am

VESAG or Vyzin Empowered Security And Guidance shares in the primary objective of every senior care, hospital, NGO organization - to provide people with effective health care and a sense of security. Therefore, VESAG has developed a wireless health monitoring watch that assists you offering your patients the best of health care services.

The VESAG Health watch combines superior wireless health and safety monitoring technology. It features the ability to keep a check on various key health parameters such as blood pressure, blood sugar, BMI, heart rate, pulse, skin temperature, body-water percentage, ECG, etc. In case either of these parameters reach or cross their prescribed thresholds, the VESAG24/7 support team alerts the caregivers, emergency contacts as well as emergency response teams for immediate action.

Since the watch and VESAG database together the complete personal medical history of the patient, it aids in giving the patient instant medical care. The care centers, hospitals or NGOs that hold an account with VESAG would have access to this information 24/7 with their personal log in IDs, which would help make taking critical decisions regarding these patients easier.
As the VESAG Watch comes in-build GPS trackers, care centers would benefit by knowing about their patient’s whereabouts at all times. This feature especially helps in taking care of patients suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s, as it can help avoid catastrophes. The watch also offers the ability to customize medicine alerts. This helps equip the patients with a sense of independence and also keep a track of their doses.

Since the watch features an in-built microphone, speaker and a SOS button, patients can reach out to emergency teams of their own without wasting precious time. This would also help hospitals, NGOs and care centers save on costs as it would do away with the need to dedicate resources to monitor patients round the clock.

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