Medical devices are a growing market, and they’re also becoming increasingly accessible.
The first device on the market in Canada, the Alpha Medical Instruments medical device holder, will be available in the spring, with the company hoping to sell them in the coming months.
The Alpha device holder is designed to provide an electronic medical record (EMR), allowing patients to record their medical history and prescribe medications.
The Alpha device is based on a smartphone app that allows patients to log in, select an appointment and enter information into the device.
According to the company, the app can record a patient’s temperature, blood pressure, and respiratory rate, and provide medication information.
In addition to being able to record a medical history, the device holder also records the patients medications, including the dose, brand, and brand name.
Users can also choose whether to view or not, and whether to send data to a server.
The device also allows users to customize the device to look like their device, and allows users access to information like a patient age and gender.
The company says it has seen a significant growth in demand for the Alpha device.
The company’s CEO, Eric Rauh, said, “We’re seeing so much demand for these devices and they are so easy to use.”
The Alpha medical device is the first medical device on offer in Canada.
According the company’s website, the company is seeking funding through Indiegogo, and hopes to be profitable in the first quarter of 2018.
It currently has three other medical devices on the order.