Everything we do at Athena GTX is based on one simple concept:
CONNECTING PATIENT AND PROVIDER.

Athena is committed to bringing first-class medicine to the patient whether they are down the hall, across town or on the other side of the globe. We relentlessly pursue the most effective and efficient means to achieve this objective through the use of absolute state-of-the art medical and communication technology that is not available off-the-shelf … technology invented and produced right here in Iowa.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

WVSM® Tactical Pac

The small size and light weight of the WVSM® (Wireless Vital Signs Monitor) makes it one of the most portable FDA cleared medical monitors on the market. Tactical Pac further enhances this capability by placing two WVSM monitors directly at hand, in any scenario. With WVSM and Tactical Pac you can now monitor multiple patients, on the move, at any time. Tactical Pac is an adaptable MOLLE pouch specifically designed to hold two WVSMs and all accessories, including a centralized monitoring device such as a smart phone.

ADMS

ADMS allows multiple patients, multiple different medical devices, and wirelessly enabled physiological status monitoring devices to be connected seamlessly. ADMS receives vital signs data from a variety of devices and monitors, accurately communicates the data with color-coded displays, and allows bidirectional control of these devices. ADMS color codes and sorts the alarm status in the standard green when normal range, yellow when low priority and red when high priority alarm.

WiCap®

The WiCap patient monitor can use either the provided medical grade AC power supply or use the internal rechargeable Lithium-Polymer battery. A large color touch screen display shows numeric values and waveforms of measured parameters. Nearly 5 million Americans are currently living with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)2. Approximately 550,000 new cases are diagnosed in the U.S. each year3. Changes in the ventilatory and circulatory status of the CHF patient will affect CO2 levels sooner than changes in the oxygen saturation.