A note on the key concepts
The key concepts of the Meditech project moves around the creation of a multifunctional measuring system for health and disease support, especially in cases where it is difficult an immediate intervention. The most fictional approximate representation of this concept is just the tricorder user by Dr Leonard McCoy to diagnose almost anything (Medical tricorder - Wikipedia)
This inspiring idea has already moved a not indifferent number of average and big players but - as for as what I saw until now proposals and ideas are oriented in directions that are not so much aligned with my personal vision of what science and technology will be.
(Video showing one of the most recent tests on the Meditech prototype: IR controller and voice feedback)
Keeping apart the philosophical considerations I see that there are very few stuff already developed in this direction and few of these are today products. The other aspect investigating in this niche of the biomedical devices applications - it seems that the alternatives are limited to a very generic range of diagnostic devices.
Meditech aims to make a low-cost, small and integrated system to acquire data from probes, to reach a diagnostic data set applied in conditions where a traditional diagnosis is slower, extremely difficult and in many cases impossible to make in a reasonable time.
An essential feature of Meditech
As acting as a portable diagnostic first-aid tool we can expect that in extreme conditions it can be difficult that the involved injured(s) can count on a high-skilled medical crew.
The ability to connect Meditech with any Android device to exchange real-time information with a remote medical support can be a definitive solution.