Kallows: Ultra-portable Medical Device Technology
Team Kallows came up with an idea of developing an Ultra-portable Medical Device in 2007 and actually started working on their product from2011 onwards.At the start, their product was too advanced to be even launched in the marketas smartphones had not evolved maturely until 2013.Elaborating on this,GajananNagarsekar, Co-founder, KallowsEngg. India,
What gives Kallows an edge over others is their approach to address the shortage or lack of immediate availability of a cardiologist that can diagnose the patient's condition from the ECG
Real-time Remote Access to Patients
Known to develop inexpensive and innovative lifesaving technology, Kallow’s flagship product includesmobmon® 12.0, which is first of its kind ultra portable kit that allows Live ECG streams to remote doctor's phone or tablet. The battery operated device requires no paper scroll and helps patient records to be shared using proprietary software, from mobile-to-mobile. “Our medical device will be replacing all the older system in the Cardiology Segment. Currently we are working on a project related to Emergency Medicine and this
What gives Kallows an edge over others is their approach to address the shortage or lack of immediate availability of a cardiologist that can diagnose the patient's condition from the ECG. The best thing about the product is that it runs on a smartphone or tablet so one can use it to transfer the ECG to a remote cardiologist anywhere in the world within a few seconds.
Closely associated with theSTEMI India and HeartRescue India projects, Kallows, at present isinvolved in some intense research work to upgrade their product and release new prodcuts, with the main agenda of saving lives. “We would like all doctors to support us and respect our products and appreciate the hard work we have put into deliver. All the doctors and private practitioners across India should embrace our technology as it’s made in India and for India and this helps most of the Hospitals and Clinics to increase their efficiency and focus on core operational issues”, concludes Gajanan.