Blue Spark Technologies‘ disposable, wireless TempTraq wearable temperature monitor has been deemed compatible with the Battlefield Assisted Trauma Distributed Observation Kit (BATDOK) remote patient-monitoring software, according to a news release.
Blue Spark, a Westlake-headquartered maker of wearable and flexible electronics, worked with the United States Air Force Research Lab to develop a TempTraq-compatible plug-in that enables BATDOK users to continuously monitor patients’ temperatures for up to 72 hours and transmit data in real time to a dashboard via Bluetooth, according to the release.
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Written by Lydia Coutre.
Originally published June 25, 2020.