Saturday, June 20, 2015

The manufacturer calls Ascom Myco first smart device running Android for physicians –

The company has introduced a mobile device Ascom Ascom Myco, designed with the needs of nursing staff.

The manufacturer calls Ascom Myco smartphone, but it is necessary to clarify that the two versions of the device available, one of which supports Wi-Fi and 3G, and another – only Wi-Fi. Obviously, the latter is suitable for use in medical facilities, while the former is suitable for outreach.


A feature of Ascom Myco is filtering incoming messages, so that the nurse will be notified only when it comes assigned to her patients. The call may come from the patient or device tracking his condition. The notification is displayed on the auxiliary monochrome OLED display resolution of 128 x 32 pixels, located on the side of the device so that it is immediately evident. The graphical interface of the main display of 3.5 inches and a resolution of 320 x 380 pixels, protected glass Corning Gorilla Glass 3, optimized for fast response. A nurse may contact the patient, or forward the message to raise the alarm. Incidentally, the interface is available in 13 languages, including Russian. The device has a camera resolution of 5 MP and receiver GPS.


Using the Android 4.4 makes it easy to integrate with existing applications, such as access to the medical history of the patient. The application monitoring remains a priority.

In view of the application device Ascom Myco satisfy the requirements of hygiene and can be disinfected. The removable clip on the housing fixes Ascom Myco in a breast pocket. The device is easy to use with one hand. Battery charge is sufficient for continuous operation for an eight-hour shift. The battery capacity of 1520 mA ∙ h made removable and can be charged separately, so that the device can be quickly prepared for future work.

With dimensions of 113 × 65 x 16 mm unit weighs 180 g

Source: Ascom



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