The MIKO IV Monitoring system saves healthcare workers from having to regularly check how much fluid remains in a patient’s IV. It does this by monitoring the weight of the IV bag.
Leveraging Bluetooth low-power technology, the system constantly collects IV drip information into a cloud-based database, providing real-time status to caregivers. It incorporates information about IV bags and IV sets, including brands, models, medications, capacities, gtt/mL and more.
MIKO has a physical alert, with the monitor flashing a red light and emitting a beeping sound (with volume control) when it is running low, a blue light when it is empty and a green light when it is monitoring. The alert can be configured by mobile app or via MIKO’s software; the cloud-based solution can be public or private and can easily be integrated into third-party systems.
The IV monitor has a self-checking battery alert to advise the user when the battery is running low.
For more information: www.mikoiot.com.
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