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Patient and People Tracking

Patient and People Tracking Overview

Wireless power transfer enables the seamless tracking of patients beyond hospital walls. Miniature wireless sensors and trackers that are perpetually powered can be embedded in medical devices, wearables, and implants. This means a patient’s critical health data can be continuously monitored without disruption. Devices like pacemakers and glucose monitors can be powered wirelessly, eliminating the need for risky battery changes or cables. Patients can go about their normal lives while their vitals are tracked continuously, enabling preventive care through early diagnosis of complications. 

How It Works


Step 1

Wirelessly charged medical devices and implants are assigned to patients before discharge from the hospital. These monitors continuously track vital signs and other measurements regardless of the patient’s location.

Step 2

Patients also receive wireless power transmitters that serve as power hubs for the devices, emitting a focused electromagnetic field capable of wirelessly delivering energy to the devices and implants.

Step 3

The device or implant sends patient data to medical staff, providing them complete, uninterrupted data to coordinate care across settings and improve patient outcomes.

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