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LMD announces V-Sensor™ wearables, smartphones and mobile devices with integrated clinically-accurate health vital signs to launch 2021
Measures blood pressure, blood oxygen, pulse rate, respiration rate and temperature measurements to medical accuracy with no other devices required
January 11, 2021, Lausanne, Switzerland: Leman Micro Devices, the developer of regulated consumer healthcare products that is backed by major players within the mobile device industry, announces that the first smartphones, wearables and mobile devices with its V-Sensor will launch onto the market in 2021. LMD’s V-Sensor is the only health sensor that measures five vital signs – blood pressure, blood oxygen (Sp02), respiration rate, pulse rate, and body temperature – to medical accuracy, completely cuff-less and calibration free, with no other devices needed. Results are delivered on-screen in less than one minute in LMD’s e-Checkup™ app.
LMD announces partnership to create pocket-sized standalone device with V-Sensor™ that delivers clinically-accurate personal blood pressure via Bluetooth to smartphones
First-ever cuffless, calibration-free miniature device delivers results in seconds; also measures other vital signs; on market mid-2021
January 11, 2021, Lausanne, Switzerland: Leman Micro Devices announces a partnership with Shanghai Minshi, a cutting-edge technology device designer and producer, and Bluetooth technology company WuQi, also based in Shanghai, China. The collaboration between the three companies will produce the world’s first-ever key fob-size standalone device that delivers clinically-accurate vital signs measurements, including blood pressure, wirelessly to a smartphone.
Smartphones are our most powerful ally in personal healthcare and disease control
V-Sensor and e-Checkup™-enabled smartphones measure temperature, blood pressure, respiration and other vital signs to medical accuracy
May 2020, Lausanne, Switzerland: The rapid development and deployment of mobile phone apps during the Coronavirus pandemic by governments desperate to find a way to contain the virus by using mobile device technology for tracking and tracing is a clear indicator that mass adoption of smartphones to improve health outcomes in populations is set to become mainstream.