Wearable ECG(electrocardiogram) monitoring & analysis solution
The wearable device S-Patch is ultra-light (8g) and can be worn comfortably in a variety of different situations.
Data is automatically transferred to the cloud, reducing patient visits to the hospital.
Time-stamped symptom and activity logs can be viewed on the cloud portal with ECG data, improving the efficiency and accuracy of data interpretation.
(Research accuracy at Samsung Medical Center: 98.97%)
Ultra-light (8g) wearable device with 100 hours of continuous monitoring on a single coin battery. Increases arrhythmia detection by performing long-term examinations allowing patients to continue with their normal daily lives.
Transfer data easily via Bluetooth and enjoy an intuitive UX/UI that allows symptoms and activities to be easily recorded. Patients can enter symptoms with one click and register activities with detailed inputs. The diary menu allows for tracking symptom history during the test. Data can be automatically sent to the cloud portal immediately after the test has been completed.
AI analysis-based cloud portal and dashboard allows faster arrhythmia detection. Patient-triggered data combined with AI analytics helps to provide comprehensive analysis results and new insights for clinicians.
*ECG(Electrocardiogram): combination of electro + cardio + gram, which means an inspection to show the electric signal of hearts with wave forms by recording the signal on the body surface area.
Clinical reports are generated through AI algorithms and provide meaningful results analysis for clinicians.
Dr. Rob Adam, Cardiac specialist at UHS, UK
Nathan Schlesinger, Healthcare Leader of PwC
Stacey A. Reading PhD, Department of Exercise Physiology, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Dr. Toon Wei Lim, Heart Centre, National University of Singapore
Dr. Clevert D., University of Munich, Germany
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