The first of its kind, a new device called the InduRiver is a medical transport system that lets a doctor’s assistant or nurse work in close proximity to patients.
It works by monitoring and controlling a patient’s blood pressure, oxygen saturation, and temperature.
If one of those factors drops below a certain level, the device alerts a nearby doctor’s aide and the doctor can use the system to deliver a medical diagnosis.
The device is currently being tested in a pilot program at three hospitals in India.
The idea behind the device is that it can help prevent the spread of infection in hospitals and help the doctors and nurses who work with the patients, a practice that can take days, sometimes weeks, to accomplish.
The system has a big advantage: it can detect and treat conditions that are more common than they are at home.
In India, this has led to an explosion in deaths and illnesses from respiratory diseases, such as bronchitis and pneumonia.
But there are concerns about how well the technology works at home, and how well it will be used by patients, especially in rural areas where doctors are scarce and where many patients don’t have access to the nearest doctor.
So, to address those concerns, the Indian government is working on developing an online platform that can be used to measure the quality of health care provided in a patient home, which would help ensure that the system is working properly.
InduRivers are similar to traditional medical systems that monitor and treat patients in their homes, but instead of having a doctor sit at a desk and a nurse at a table, the IndulRivers will be located in a room where a doctor or nurse can be monitored, monitoring, and delivering the diagnoses.
That means that the patient can be given treatment in the home, even if the doctor or nurses are not present.
The Indu River is currently in testing phase.
The project is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Health Development Authority (NHDA), and the National Centre for Health Research.