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Schermafdruk 2019 09 10 21.10.09Li Fengyun, 68, scans a QR code on a health examination robot in her community and puts her hands on its arm. After 15 seconds, she receives a detailed health assessment report on her smart phone, including heart rate and blood pressure. Li has been accustomed to such regular health management since she moved into the community in north China's Tianjin Municipality last year. "Though it is not a substitute for professional medical diagnosis, the robot gives me some basic guidance so that I better know my health condition," she said. Many senior citizens have become beneficiaries of the technology that targets the elderly. Sha Ruifang, a 61-year-old Tianjin citizen with heart disease, is among them. Sha wears a smart watch which can monitor her heart condition at any time. "I did not expect it to play a big role when I was outside," Sha said, adding that she once received a phone call from the back-stage management platform, saying that her heart rate was abnormal. "I went to a hospital immediately and was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat. However, I recovered after taking some medicine thanks to the early treatment," Sha said. Jin Yu, business operation director of the company that manufactures the smart watch, said the basic functions of the watch included click-to-call linking to the community committee, health management, real-time monitoring and remote orientation. "The data collected from elderly customers will be gathered at a platform, where our staff will answer their questions and give advice based on abnormal indexes," Jin said. Meanwhile, the children of the elderly can know the health conditions of their parents in . . . . . read more at CCTV

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