Discover how PCL Health can help you manage various chronic diseases.
Below you will find the home monitoring programs currently available in the PCL Health Platform. New programs are added all the time.
Although Blood pressure can be individual-specific, a reading of 140/90mmHg or higher is considered hypertension (150/90 mmHg for those aged 80 years or more). It can put individuals at high risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a life-threatening condition that affects airflow from the lungs. It is presented with breathing issues, coughing, wheezing and extreme fatigue. Smoking and pollution are the main causes of COPD.
In the UK, about a million people, mainly adults, suffer from heart failure. About one-fifth of heart failure patients may need readmission within a month after discharge from a hospital.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder which usually occurs between 40-50 years of age. Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms include swelling, pain, and stiffness of joints severely affect the quality of life.
The menopause age is between 45-55 years; however, the symptoms of menopause may appear earlier than that. The menopause symptoms include brain fog, hot flushes, heart palpitations, night sweats, joint pains, headache, anxiety, mood swings, low self-esteem, and sleep issues.
Mental health means the well-being of an individual in terms of psychology, emotions, and social interactions. As per NHS and NICE, every fourth adult in the UK experiences some form of mental illness at least once a year.
For most adults, an individual with a BMI of more than thirty is considered obese. Prevention of obesity is important because it can lead to severe health complications, including diabetes, cardiac disorders, mental health issues and stroke.
Pregnancy is a beautiful experience for women, but it can also be challenging. Pregnancy care may include antenatal care and postpartum care. For pregnant women, the challenges can be emotional, physical and physiological.
Pre-and-post operative care
Pre and post-operative care for several elective surgeries can be provided at home through remote monitoring. Preoperative care ensures that the patient is prepared and fit for surgery. Likewise, post-operative care is meant for monitoring recovery and complications following surgery.
Vitality covers nutrition, fitness, weight loss, exercise, sound sleep, fall prevention, alcohol abstinence, smoking cessation, etc for ensuring a good quality of life.
Diabetes mellitus is a life-threatening disease in which the blood glucose level can abnormally rise. Here, the blood glucose level needs to be regulated to avoid complications of diabetes mellitus.
Frailty includes a decline in both the physical and psychological ability of an individual for fast recovery from different health issues. One in every 10 individuals aged 65 years or above is subject to frailty syndrome, as per Age UK.
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