CBSC launches remote heart monitoring products in TH

The products are part of the Heart Wellness Check-Up programme launched in Bangkok.

CB Scientific (CBSC) officially launched the Heart Wellness Check-Up programme in Bangkok, Thailand, through their authorized distributors Mango Wellness and My Cardia Thailand, on 28 September. This new business-to-consumer remote program is being offered to consumers in partnership with 26 participating pharmacies and medical clinics.

CEO Charles Martin said, "The current pandemic and quarantine has forced our distributors to create a new path for patients to engage their physicians and hospitals in dealing with cardiac issues while they stay at home. The program offered by Mango Wellness and My Cardia Thailand now places CBSC's remote cardiac event monitor services into the direct-to-consumer market in Bangkok."

Heart Wellness Check-Up offers a hassle-free 10-day monitoring period delivered directly to the consumers' home, remotely, without the need to make multiple trips to hospitals or clinics for evaluation or screening. Cardiologists from hospitals will review and interpret any significant irregular ECG heart rhythm event and consult directly with Mango Wellness and My Cardia Thailand customers. Then, patients are offered a choice of either a direct appointment at the hospitals or one through a telemedicine video call option.

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