February 9, 2015
VitalMedicals VitalStream app with a fake patient in last year's simulated pilot study.
Stanford spinoff VitalMedicals has raised $925,000 to continue developing Google Glass software that helps surgeons be continuously aware of patients' vital signs while doing surgery. The company is closing a final investor that will bring the round up to $1.1 million, CEO Ash Eldritch told MobiHealthNews...
September 17, 2014
A new pilot study from Stanford University shows that Google Glass can help surgeons monitor patients' vital signs more closely during surgery, potentially helping them to prevent more complications. Researchers used a software called VitalStream from VitalMedicals, a startup led by a Stanford surgeon who was involved in the study.
"During conscious sedation procedures where you don’t have an...