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LMD welcomes ‘Smartphone-as-Medical-Instrument’ trend and highlights need for clinical accuracy

V-Sensor health sensor and app to enter final phase of clinical trial early in 2018

December 20, 2017, Lausanne, Switzerland: Leman Micro Devices (LMD), the developer of regulated consumer healthcare products that is backed by major players within the mobile device industry, has welcomed news that other companies are entering the market, and at the same time has sounded a note of caution concerning medical accuracy and the need for calibration.

Comments Mark-Eric Jones, Founder & CEO of LMD: “We are tremendously excited that prominent companies are actively promoting the ubiquitous smartphone as a sophisticated and potentially life-saving medical tool. The recent announcement by Taiwanese company MediaTek shows the degree of confidence that industry has in this approach.”


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Smartphone-integrated, medically-accurate blood pressure monitoring technology for the many, not the few

LMD CEO Mark-Eric Jones to address Sensor Expo & Conference: San Jose CA, 27-29 June

June 19, Lausanne, Switzerland: Leman Micro Devices (LMD), the developer of regulated consumer healthcare products that is backed by major players within the mobile device industry, will address the upcoming Sensors Expo & Conference, McEnery Convention Centre, San Jose, California, June 27-29, with a paper that highlights how low cost (free to the user) sensor technology integrated into smartphones is likely to cause exponential growth in this life-saving sector.


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LMD’s V-Sensor set to measure Vital Signs in India

Smartphone-integrated blood pressure measuring device could help prevent millions of unnecessary deaths across subcontinent.

May 22, Lausanne, Switzerland: Leman Micro Devices (LMD), the developer of regulated consumer healthcare products that is backed by major players within the mobile device industry, has announced that its V-Sensor and app – the only smartphone-integrated solution that measures blood pressure and other vital signs with medical accuracy – will satisfy new requirements imposed by changes in laws governing the use of medical devices in India, and will therefore be suitable for use in the Indian market. This is significant since leading Indian healthcare professionals have predicted a hypertension epidemic in the near future.


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Looking forward: the coming revolution in eHealth

eHealth has the potential to make a radical change to health and healthcare but up to now its impact has largely been incremental because it has concentrated on:

  • easier or cheaper ways of organising the data that we already have, or
  • measurements that are easy to make rather clinically relevant, or
  • entertainment rather than medical accuracy and quality.


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