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Tutela Launches Genesis II - Next Generation Wireless Medical Monitoring System
Date:7/11/2013

A full range of NIST traceable sensors are offered by Tutela covering cryogenic LN2, freezer, refrigerator, ambient, incubator, humidity, gas differential pressure and many more. Each transmitter module can support up to 2 sensors and can locally store historical records for up to 7 days.

The Tutela Genesis II wireless temperature monitoring system is highly flexible and can be configured to meet the needs of a multi fixture, multi-site organization right down to one refrigerator. The system was designed with a seamless upgrade path; a single monitored unit can be expanded up to multiple fixtures, departments and even buildings, all via standard Ethernet.

The 24/7 Tutela remote alarm-monitoring center is manned by real human beings in the UK who will call specified staff with any deviation from the norm to ensure that action is taken before it becomes a compliance issue and /or serious financial loss.

The Tutela service fully meets the exacting requirements of the FDA and Joint Commission, which includes the use of unique electronic signatures specifically linked to fully traceable operator names. Coupled with the highest level of data security and a rock-solid audit trail of sensor records and incidents, Tutela medical monitoring systems are guaranteed 100% compliant with all regulatory bodies and medical associations.

For more information on Genesis II and Tutela Wireless Medical Monitoring Systems, Find out more about the Tutela Wireless medical Monitoring System - Genesis II with self healing T-Mesh wireless network] please visit our website.

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