Warp United Scientific Co. Ltd., a Health 2.0/Point-of-Care solution developer and manufacturer based in Shenzhen, China, has received CE mark approval for marketing in European Union of its revolutionary point-of-care system, the Warp 3 Medical Recorder. The approval is based on results from clinical study, lab test and quality assurance system audit.
This is a key milestone in the revolution of Medical Recorder, which is designed as Health 2.0 infrastructure with vital signs, ultrasound and EMR for primary care, emergency, and medical relief. In addition to the distribution partners across all major markets in Europe, distribution network will soon be established among CE marking acknowledged counties and regions. The CE mark provides a clearance to virtually 60% of global market.
Kilo LIANG, MD, CEO/Co-Founder of Warp United, commented: “As doctors and engineers, we are always looking into address the underlying demands of medical practice in the the mobile platform era, but until now we had no effective product to offer to medical practitioners in primary care. The Warp 3 Medical Recorder represents a significant breakthrough for this large group of individual clinicians and clinics, whom the conventional medical device could not support efficiently, and fills an important e-Health void in modern medical market.”
Dongdong Zheng, MD, COO/Co-Founder of Warp United, commented: “The first sale and operation will be an important milestone for Warp United. We will fully collaborate with our customer to integrate Warp 3 into their routine clinical practice and provide a new option for many doctors and patient that were left behind the IT development. It’s a shame that we are not allowed to call it “Medical Tricorder”, although it’s developed according to the exact idea and creation.”
The Medical Recorder is not yet approved for sale in the United States. European approval often comes six to twelve months before U.S. approval.
The Warp 3 Medical Recorder delivers Vital Sign, Ultrasound and Cloud based EHR (Electronic Health Record) in a compact, smart, point of care system for doctors, nurses and paramedics. It’s a device mostly for primary care doctors to diagnose and rule-out patients at the point of care, especially when they are far from any medical facilities.