LATITUDE™ Communicator App

LATITUDE™ Communicator App

By Boston Scientific

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2018-03-13
  • Current Version: 1.6.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 25.74 MB
  • Developer: Boston Scientific
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.


Try the latest version of the LATITUDE™ Communicator Patient App, now available on iOS. Save time and avoid a call to Patient Services. The LATITUDE™ Communicator Patient App can guide you through the setup of your new LATITUDE™ Communicator, as well as help you understand the status lights. The LATITUDE Communicator Patient App is not intended to replace your Patient Manual. Please refer to your LATITUDE Patient Manual or call the toll-free Patient Services at 1.866.484.3268 if you have questions. LATITUDE™ NXT Patient Management System Important Safety Information LATITUDE™ NXT Patient Management is a remote monitoring system that gives your health care provider access to your implanted device data. The LATITUDE Patient Management system is not intended to assist with medical emergencies. If you are not feeling well, call your physician or 911. The Communicator does not provide continuous monitoring. The Communicator is designed to operate on standard telephone lines like those found in most homes. The Communicator may work on other telephone systems, such as Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) and Voice Over IP (VoIP) Internet systems, if those systems provide an analog interface for connecting the Communicator. The Communicator is designed to work only with the implanted device of the patient for whom it was prescribed. It will not work with other patients’ implanted devices and should be used only as authorized by the prescribing physician. The Communicator is not for use with any pulse generator other than a Boston Scientific device. Ask your physician if you have questions about any risks with using the Communicator or your implanted device. It is very important that the Communicator remain plugged into the power outlet. Your communicator should remain connected to a telephone line, Ethernet adaptor or cellular adaptor. Some household appliances and other sources of electromagnetic energy could interfere with the communication between your Communicator and your implanted device. You should be at least 36 inches (3 ft.) away from televisions, VCRs, DVD players, personal computers, and other electronic equipment, when you are using the Communicator. It is recommended that the customer install a surge arrestor in the electrical outlet to which the Communicator is connected. Rx only (Rev.D)



  • Deflated

    By kkyifyj
    I thought it would provide information on the previous days’ results much like my crap app. It really is of little use. It is little more than a product manual.