Clinically-accurate health sensor coming to mobile devices: Page 2 of 2

January 13, 2021 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Clinically-accurate health sensor coming to mobile devices
Measures blood pressure, blood oxygen, pulse rate, respiration rate and temperature measurements to medical accuracy with no other devices required.

First generation fitness trackers measure activity (such as steps taken over time), while today’s second-generation devices measure the easier health targets such as pulse rate. V-Sensor heralds the third generation of mobile, wearable and phone personal health monitors. It delivers vital signs results to clinical accuracy, including blood pressure. The V-Sensor needs no calibration, enabling users to check their own blood pressure regularly and easily – a major advance in personal health because hypertension is a silent killer of over 10 million [1] people per year but readily treated if you know that you have it.

[1] Vol 386 December 5, 2015


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