Lomir manufactures custom Jackets and undershirts for emka and DSI telemetry, as well as ambulatory infusion. Here’s how the jacket systems work:
For telemetry: A tight-fitting undershirt holds the leads and respiratory bands. All of the leads pass through an opening in the underside of the pocket on the jacket and connect to the transmitter, which sits in the custom pocket. The mesh outer jacket protects the transmitter and prevents interference with leads and belts. Data is then sent via remote technology (Bluetooth or similar) and analyzed by specific computer programs.
For ambulatory infusion: The pump, fluid bag, fluid lines, catheter and all other components are fitted within the jacket and pouch system, for a comfortable and sturdy infusion set up.
Custom design is available to meet your specific investigation needs. Contact us to find out more.
Our stock jackets may not meet your unique requirements. Lomir’s design group works in close collaboration with investigators to develop custom jackets. Contact us to learn more.
To help you understand how Lomir Jackets and Undershirts are constructed and which features will benefit your research, we’ve created these short videos:
For a more in-depth view, see our 10-minute jacket and undershirt demo, shown at the 2020 AALAS Demo Day.
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