Playback & Record
This device can detect abnormal sounds such as snoring, wheezing, which are medical signs associated with the following conditions: Asthma, COPD, pulmonary edema, and heart failure.
Once the sensor is attached to the patient, the device can start analyzing breath sounds. Through the real-time spectrogram and AI-enabled monitoring, the device can recognize whether patient is breathing normally or is having a narrowed airway. Healthcare professionals can provide immediate medical interventions in case of hypoxemia, apnea, or respiratory function deterioration.
Examples of Use Environment: non-intubated anesthesia, remote monitoring (isolation wards, ICU), continuous monitoring of respiratory rate during lung or heart surgeries, intravenous anesthesia.
First in the World for
Respiration Continuous Monitor
Our device is the first in the world to be able to continuously monitor and broadcast breath sounds.