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Financial support: This work was supported by a grant from GOJO Latin America to implement the ZigBee wireless system in the step-down unit.
Potential conflicts of interest: Marcelo Prado, Tales Roberto de Souza Santini, and Eder Issao Ishibe work for i-Healthsys. All other authors have no commercial association or financial involvement that might pose a conflict of interest in connection with this article.