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LMD demonstrates Bluetooth-enabled V-Sensor™

LMD demonstrates Bluetooth-enabled V-Sensor™, bringing medically-accurate blood pressure and temperature measurement to wearables market

First medically-accurate measurement of vital signs through low-power, single sensor – cuffless and calibration-free

March 2020, Lausanne, Switzerland: Leman Micro Devices (LMD), the developer of regulated consumer healthcare products that is backed by major players within the mobile device industry, announces that its V-Sensor™, which together with the company’s e-Checkup™ app, measures five vital signs – blood pressure, body temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate and blood oxygen – is now Bluetooth-enabled. This development extends the company’s unique technology to the wearables market, enabling medically-accurate measurement from a wearable device for the first time.


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Smartphones can detect symptoms of infection and put health monitoring in everyone’s hands

V-Sensor and e-Checkup™-enabled smartphones measure temperature, blood pressure, respiration and other vital signs to medical accuracy

February 17, 2020, Lausanne, Switzerland:  Following the cancellation of various international events, including Mobile World Congress, amid concerns over the spread of Coronavirus, how appropriate that one of the latest technologies in the fight against infectious diseases will soon be available on a smartphone. 


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Smartphones can detect symptoms of infection and put health monitoring in everyone’s hands

Smartphones can detect symptoms of infection and put health monitoring in everyone’s hands

V-Sensor and e-Checkup™-enabled smartphones measure temperature, blood pressure, respiration and other vital signs to medical accuracy

February 17, 2020, Lausanne, Switzerland: Following the cancellation of various international events, including Mobile World Congress, amid concerns over the spread of Coronavirus, how appropriate that one of the latest technologies in the fight against infectious diseases will soon be available on a smartphone.


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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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