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  • 1. Zilant™ Wellness Platform Care Provider Training Program 10/16/2013 1
  • 2. Zilant™ Wellness Platform We Empower Independent Living with easyto-use wireless & cloud technologies We Connect the aging with care-givers, doctors and loved ones! 10/16/2013 2
  • 3. Training Clients on Zilant™  Care givers assist “clients” in monitoring their health independently.  In this training program we will learn how to train clients on using the Zilant™ Wellness Platform and monitoring devices to manage their health. 10/16/2013 3
  • 4. Introducing Zilant™ The Zilant™ Wellness Platform is a home monitoring system for elders and chronically ill to live independently at home using monitoring devices to measure vital signs, track activity and set reminders. 10/16/2013 4
  • 5. Let’s Set up the Unit! Connect antenna, LAN and power on back panel Power cable - to outlet LAN cable - to router Insert 3G SIM card SIM slot Antenna mount  First, mount antennas on back panel.  Next, insert 3G SIM card into SIM slot. (If cellular reception is unavailable, plugin LAN cable to WAN port.)  Plugin power cable to back of the unit and to power outlet. 10/16/2013 5
  • 6. Optimize 3G Coverage  Zilant™ uses 3G connection from AT&T.  Improve 3G signal quality and service performance by placing Zilant™ hub close to windows.  You can verify signal strength and optimise performance using ZMS. 10/16/2013 6
  • 7. Check Front LED for Unit readiness  Power button automatically. lights up as Zilant™ powers on  Push the Power button if it does not.  The following LED lights indicate unit readiness  Bluetooth, Zigbee and 3G turn from yellow to solid Green.  Wi-Fi is blinking Green. 10/16/2013 7
  • 8. Monitoring Devices  Zilant™ Platform typically includes blood pressure monitor, scale, oximeter, glucometer, motion sensor and wireless camera.  Devices are factory paired and connect automatically to Zilant™ upon power up.  The “care giver” advises on the devices clients use depending on health care needs. 10/16/2013 8
  • 9. Device Performance ZigBee devices Motion sensor 20-32F 32F 65F WiFi Camera Bluebooth devices BP, scales, oximeter, and glucometer  Optimize device performance by placing devices at these recommended distance radius from Zilant™  Bluebooth devices eg blood pressure, scale, oximeter, and glucometer within 32F/10m radius.  Zigbee devices eg motion sensors within 20-32F/6-10m radius.  WiFi camera within 65F/20m. 10/16/2013 9
  • 10. Health Dashboard  Zilant™ allows users to access and share their health information with caregivers and family on a cloud-based ZMS health dashboard  To view your client’s dashboard, go to - https:://customername.wkl.com and login in your administrator ID.  Note: We recommend Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox browser to optimize ZMS performance. 10/16/2013 10
  • 11. Health Dashboard  In the landing page, select Manage Clients to view list of clients.  Next select a client you wish to view in the Gateway List.  In the client’s profile page, select MyHealth Dashboard to view client’s readings. 10/16/2013 11
  • 12. Health Dashboard  In your client’s MyHealth Dashboard you can view your client’s latest device readings in real time.  Select Bluetooth Data Log to view all your client’s existing readings in a time range. 10/16/2013 12
  • 13. Weight Scale Measures body weight and keeps track of weight changes  Press switch on the bottom front of the scale to calibrate.  When scale displays 0.0 lbs, step onto the scale.  Remain still while reading is captured.  Body weight is displayed. 10/16/2013 13
  • 14. Weight reading on Dashboard  Let’s view real time updates of the weight readings on the dashboard. All readings are updated real time with date/time stamp 10/16/2013 14
  • 15. Blood Pressure Measures your systolic and diastolic pressure and heart rate  Sit comfortably and gently roll up your left arm sleeves.  Place the cuff directly against skin. Fasten velcro strap securely around upper left arm.  Ensure cuff is 2-3 cm above elbow and at the same level as the heart. 10/16/2013 15
  • 16. How to use a Blood Pressure Monitor  Click the start button and remain quiet until the measurement is complete.  The systolic and diastolic pressure and heart rate are displayed in that order. 10/16/2013 16
  • 17. Blood Pressure readings on the Dashboard  Let’s view real time updates of the systolic, diastolic pressure and pulse rate readings on the dashboard. All readings are updated real time with date/time stamp 10/16/2013 17
  • 18. Pulse Oximeter Oximeter measures blood oxygen level and pulse rate  Press end of oximeter device to lift up the flap.  Insert your finger into the oximeter until it touches the builtin stop guide.  Remain still and do not move while taking the measurement.  Blood oxygen level and pulse are displayed. 10/16/2013 18
  • 19. Pulse Oximeter readings on the Dashboard.  Let’s view real time updates of the blood oxygen level SPO2 and pulse rate readings on the dashboard. All readings are updated real time with date/time stamp 10/16/2013 19
  • 20. Glucometer Quick and easy way to measure blood glucose level using a small blood drop.  First remove lancing device tip by turning it anticlockwise.  Insert a new lancet.  Twist and pull to detach the tip.  Replace lancet after regular use. 10/16/2013 20
  • 21. How to use a Glucometer  Attach lancing device tip and turn it clockwise to fasten over the lancet.  Select comfortable skin penetration level depending on your skin type.  Hold test strip by its middle section and insert into glucometer 10/16/2013 21
  • 22. How to use a Glucometer  Ensure code number displayed on glucometer matches code number on test strip container.  Select Post meal activity option using UP/DOWN button.  Press Power button to start.  Blood drop icon is displayed indicating meter is ready. 10/16/2013 22
  • 23. How to use a Glucometer  Gently prick fingertip with lancing device and draw a small drop of blood.  Feed droplet on test strip.  Glucometer displays blood glucose level, temperature and month/day/time of test. Note - On occasion you may need to remove test strip from device to see readings. Blood glucose reading 10/16/2013 23
  • 24. Glucometer readings on the Dashboard  Lets view real time updates of the blood glucose level readings on the dashboard. All readings are updated real time with date/time stamp 10/16/2013 24
  • 25. Medication reminder Schedule audio and visual alerts  Medication reminder produces audio and visual alerts at scheduled times.  Open the box with the blinking LED light and remove pills to be taken.  Press button on top right corner to end the alert. 10/16/2013 25
  • 26. Medication Alerts on the Dashboard  Let’s view real time updates of medications alerts on the dashboard.  Caregivers can set a medication schedule for customers. Alerts are sent for medication reminders and notify caregivers on missed dosage and pill refills. All alerts are updated real time with date/time stamp 10/16/2013 26
  • 27. Review Progress  First ensure client has taken all the device measurements.  Next it’s time to review client’s progress to ensure client can manage independently by taking device readings without assistance. 27
  • 28. Congratulations Once satisfied that client can manage independently, report to Central Office that training is successful. 10/16/2013 28
  • 29. Watch Training Video http://vimeo.com/embeddedwireless/zilant-training-video 10/16/2013 29
  • 30. Thank you For all technical support enquiries please contact your local representative Or email us at techsupport@embeddedwireless.com 10/16/2013 30