Small patch for BP remote monitoring launched for use in commercial research, development


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Vivalink has announced the availability of the first multimodal portable patch for BP remote monitoring for use in commercial research and development.

According to a company press release, the patch, which weighs 7.5 g and is the size of a small bandage, uses electrical signal-based technologies to capture EKG tracking, heart rate, respiratory rate, and systolic and diastolic blood pressure on a single device. to lay.

The patch is designed for remote control and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring; is wireless network enabled; and, according to the release, continuously uploads data to clinical applications in the cloud.

The reusable and rechargeable patch also includes built-in memory to continuously capture data during network outages.

The patch is also water resistant and according to the release can be worn unobtrusively all day, at a distance and during sleep.

The device is FDA and NMPA approved for EKG and heart rate, and is CE marked for EKG, heart rate and respiratory rate.

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