Accurate and comprehensive blood pressure measurement.
ScottCare’s ABP320™ ambulatory blood pressure monitor is a meaningful and accurate way to measure hypertension beyond the doctor’s office. The ABP320 records up to 300 readings over a 24-hour period while the patient engages in normal daily activities.
Gentle & Fast
ABP320 quickly measures blood pressure utilizing a gentle, adjustable cuff for optimal patient comfort. The Night Mode setting supports restful, uninterrupted sleep.
Auto-Feedback Logic Technology
AB320 prevents over-inflation at each measurement through ScottCare’s unique Auto-Feedback Logic Technology.
ABP320 includes the ABPCare™ software that allows you to easily correlate and compare data:
Day and evening blood pressure
Periods of normal, acceptable and critical readings
Average blood pressure versus heart rate
Detailed trends and graphs
ABPCare supports 9 protocols, two of which can be user modified.
Better for your patient. Better for your practice.
Improved patient compliance
Patient reports and data accessible at any time
A cost-effective way to optimize device clinic operations
Electronic transfer of patient reports to EHR
24/7 monitoring to reduce missed alerts
Triage alert & report filtering to reduce unnecessary notifications
Scalable as your business grows
Further optimize your remote monitoring with Ambucor Monitoring Services.Ambucor is the proven INSOURCED labor and technology service for 24/7 Ambulatory ECG and CIED Remote Monitoring that optimizes compliance while maximizing value. We combine our monitoring technology with the human element. For the patient, this means a better experience. For the physician, this means increased compliance, greater report confidence and fewer unnecessary notifications. Throughout the process, you retain complete ownership of services and billing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
I have a patient wearing a TeleSense RCM in Event Only mode, if I want to change the monitoring mode to MCT, does the patient have to come back in the office for a new setup?
No, the TeleSense RCM device can be configured remotely via online configuration from Event Only mode to MCT mode without the patient having to come into the office. Please contact ScottCare Technical Support for more information.
Is the MCT able to auto-trigger on specific arrhythmias?
Yes, TeleSense will auto-trigger on atrial fibrillation, bradycardia, tachycardia and pause events. The device can also be programmed to automatically send event strips identifying the exit of atrial fibrillation, bradycardia and tachycardia. Automatic EKG recording and transmission on a scheduled interval (ie every ten minutes, every 30 minutes, hourly, daily) can also be programmed on the device.
If I forget my MiFi puck at home but I am still wearing my TeleSense device and it is on, will my data still be recorded?
If the device is on with a charged TeleSense battery and the leads are connected correctly, your data will continue to be recorded; it will just not be sent real-time to your physician’s office until connected to the MiFi again.
How many events does TeleSense store?
The TeleSense RCM stores and automatically transmits an unlimited number of patient events during each 30-day monitoring period. All raw ECG data can be accessed at any point during the monitoring period.
Am I able to change the title of an Event report that I create in EventCare?
Yes, when you are in the Reports window creating the report, select the Consolidated tab and fill out the Report Name line with the report title of your choice.
I accidentally deleted a patient in EventCare, can I get them back?
Yes, all EventCare patients are stored in CardioFile which also acts as a database. As long as you have not deleted the patient from CardioFile, you can restore the patient.