The YTS - Yara Telemedicine System - is a remote monitoring system of medical interest data collected from patients with Diabetes and or Hypertension, which monitors the blood glucose level, blood pressure and heart rate of the patient.


The YTS is comprised of a blood glucose monitor and a blood pressure monitor, a wireless data transmitter, or a data cable. The measured data are transmitted to the internet, where they are available to authorized persons and medical specialists.




  • Simplicity and ease of operation;
  • Coverage of large geographic area, including remote areas with low density of specialists;
  • Allows the health professional working on the tip to receive advice from the specialist, who may be at a great distance;
  • It facilitates the evaluation of risks;
  • Rapid information and diagnostic accuracy;
  • Reduction of costs related to examinations, transport and hospitalizations.




The figure below shows the infrastructure, the medical and managerial performance and the expected results:


Yara Telemedicine - Architecture

At its first level, the infrastructure required to support the operation is presented.


At the second level, health professionals working at the tip, medical experts and managers. The system works with two networks of medical professionals, integrated and supported by the managers.


The health professional, in local or remote physical location, attends the patient and, if necessary, applies the examination. The specialist physician evaluates the examination and issues an opinion, which guides the clinician in his / her actions with the patient.


This architecture, operating in the cloud, surpasses geographical distances and allows better utilization of the capacity of care of the doctors, regardless of their locations. The arrows show the desired results.

Blood Glucose Screening - BGS

To present blood glucose levels, measured over a period of time and classified by time slot range according to a normality criterion, with the objective of providing the medical team with a set of data that allows greater accuracy of diagnosis, therapy and patient monitoring.




  • Before consultation with an endocrinologist, nutritionist, nephrologist or cardiologist;
  • Before diagnosis of diabetes, pre-diabetes or kidney disease;
  • Before surgeries in general;
  • Every 6 months for Type 1 diabetics;
  • Every 12 months for Type 2 diabetics;
  • As a legal basis for granting legal benefits;
  • During the period of adaptation with new kind of insulin medication or insulin pumps;


The images below show the BGS:


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Blood Pressure Monitoring

Remote monitoring system, AMPA type - Auto Blood Pressure Monitoring, aid for diagnosis, monitoring and therapeutic evaluation of patients with suspected or diagnosed SAH - Systemic Arterial Hypertension and CKD - Chronic Renal Disease.


It presents the BP levels and heart rate measured in a time interval, constituting a set of data that allows a greater precision of diagnosis, therapy and monitoring of the patient in their daily life.


Blood Pressure Screening - BPS:


It is the record of the blood pressure measurements of a particular patient and displays the list of measurements, systolic blood pressure, diastolic and heart rate charts, criteria of normality, pressure loads and averages in the period.


The measurement records are received by telemetry, organized and displayed to the health professional in the form of graphs and tables, in order to make it easier and faster to understand the patient's blood pressure status. This display is made in PDF-type digital document and can be saved in its own folder or sent via e-mail.


The following image shows the chronological SBP (systolic pressure) / diastolic (DBP) line graph, the plot chart SBP x DBP with patterns of Brazilian Society of Cardiology, in color, as a third dimension of analysis. It also shows a table of means of SBP and DBP per period, on the days in which the exam was applied.




  • Assist the physician in the diagnosis of SAH and CKD;
  • Remote monitoring of hypertensive patients including pregnant women;
  • Monitoring of outpatient BP, especially in patients at higher risk, who are all owed wide mobility;
  • Series of measurements for medical evaluation;
  • Before surgeries in general;
  • Before each periodic consultation;
  • Before applying a Ambulatorial BP Monitoring or Home BP Monitoring;
  • During the period of adaptation with new medicines or therapies;
  • Allows the physician to have extensive mobility to consult patient data, even when out of the office.