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for a very long time, i wanted a domestic wireless Vital signs monitor (O2/Oxygen saturation and pulse at least AND to trigger a paramedic alert should one meet with misadventure and/or OD etc.

wouldn't it be handy that if addicts were able to monitor each other and call for help (or more drugs, hehe) if something went wrong ?

I'd be up for service - the deal: "buddy up: you watch my back and i'll watch your back"

not yet but coming soon (and i did find this at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11187501)

b]Vital signs monitoring from home with open systems.[/b]

Abstract

This study investigates the applicability of a novel codification scheme based on two healthcare informatics standards (namely the VITAL (ENV 13734) and DICOM Sup. 30 Waveform Interchange) in addressing the robust interchange of waveform and medical data in remote healthcare applications. To further address system validation and clinical acceptance issues, pilots were set-up between home-monitoring stations and a hospital-based telemedicine consultation center. The pilots focused in assessing applicability, technical feasibility and performance of the proposed codification scheme based on the two standards. This paper presents the system and services requirements as studied for a home-care application, the design goals for the preservation of security stature, the practical issues of validation and the results of integrating these codification schemes into a commercial patient connected device.
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