Accurate blood pressure measurement can now be cuff-less and calibration-free and can be built in to every smartphone

“Cuff-less” devices that require cuff calibration or wearables that are not
medically accurate will not solve the global hypertension epidemic

November 27, 2019, Lausanne, Switzerland:  The first measurement of blood pressure was made in 1896 by squeezing the flesh around an artery. This method remains the only non-invasive way to measure blood pressure, and 123 years later, there is only one device in the world that can do it without a cuff and to medical accuracy.  That device, the V-Sensor, is the technical implementation of proven medical science by Leman Micro Devices (LMD), the developer of regulated consumer healthcare products that is backed by major players within the mobile device industry.

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