Triggers A Ping to The Corresponding Representative
If Their Services Are Necessary
Allows Physician and Staff to Make Faster Decisions
Based On the Needs of The Patient
Story Behind the Invention
Inventors Joel Ochoa & Leandro Ochoa of Spring, TX have developed an ergonomic, hand-held device that can identify implanted cardiac devices from the four major companies via near-field communication capability.The idea was born at the dinner table in 2015 when Joel asked his son Leandro a simple, light-hearted question regarding what medical device was critically needed in the medical field. As a cardiology and electrophysiology specialist, Leandro found it difficult to decide with so many brilliant medical inventions in existence. He thought about this for three weeks, but nothing stood out. And then it happened! A widespread problem he always encountered at work became the focal point of their invention. There needed to be an easier way of identifying implantable cardiac devices instead of wasting precious time connecting the dots. In turn, Joel and Leandro were inspired to create PacerID!The invention works by reading radiofrequencies and/or encrypted Bluetooth waves emitting from an implanted cardiac device. This enables the invention to identify the make and model number and trigger a ping to the corresponding representative if their services are necessary. Now physicians and staff can now make faster decisions based on the needs of the patient.Want to learn more about PacerID? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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