BodyTel to Display at 2008 TeleHealth Conference & Exhibition
BodyTel Scientific Inc., a developer of wireless telemedical devices, announced today that its German subsidiary and manufacturer of the GlucoTel, BodyTel Europe GmbH, will be showcasing at The TeleHealth International Conference and Exhibition for ICT Solutions in the Health Sector, March 7-8, 2008, in Hall 8, Booth B35 in Hannover, Germany.
The TeleHealth International Conference and Exhibition is an international forum where BodyTel presents its innovative blood glucose monitoring and diabetes management solution, GlucoTel, among the world leaders of ICT technologies and applications that are relevant to the health market - whether in telemedicine, healthcare management or healthcare projects. For the first time The TeleHealth will be fully integrated into the annual trade show CeBIT, which is the most significant fair for the digital industry. The TeleHealth will especially focus on telemedicine processes in healthcare and the latest eHealth solutions.
Stefan Schraps, Chief Executive Officer of BodyTel, states, "The TeleHealth International Conference and Exhibition is a great forum for us to introduce GlucoTel as the first product from the BodyTel product portfolio. The GlucoTel system gives the diabetic patient a unique way to self-manage their disease. Its optional monitoring functionality also gives healthcare professionals and any other caregiver the unique service of automatic real-time reporting of blood sugar levels, which they can use to monitor and advise their patient, contributing to a better lifestyle."
The GlucoTel system is a complete telemedical blood glucose monitoring and diabetes management system, supporting patients and doctors in the treatment of diabetes and its corollary diseases. GlucoTel electronically measures the blood sugar level and then sends it automatically via Bluetooth to the patient's cell phone. After that, the data is automatically transmitted from the cell phone to an online database via mobile internet connection and stored on a long-term basis in the patient's profile.
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