Cardiomo Has All The Benefits Of Wearable Devices, The Convenience of Fitness Devices and The Precision of Medical Devices
Cardiomo is a wearable, connected medical device, but instead of being worn on your wrist, it fits securely and comfortably on your chest using the same kind of patches a heart monitor would use at the hospital, but without the mess of cords. This location allows for the device to give an unprecedented look into your body and provide data that only a doctor’s office could provide before.
The first of it’s kind smart health monitoring device continuously tracks important vital data “with the accuracy that doctors trust” the company says on their website. The startup, led by Roman Belkin, has developed a unique algorithm which notices abnormalities in the heart’s operation and provides recommendations to take preventative measures. Combine that with artificial intelligence (AI) technology and the device can help predict, thus prevent heart disease.
“Globally, 30% of people die because of cardiovascular diseases, according to recent researches. More than half of those people could be alive, if alerted about early symptoms of CVD.” the company said.
Through it’s companion app Cardiomo can quickly notify you of any abnormalities to your heart rate and other data. From there you can schedule an appointment with your doctor and then refer back to the important data. Cardiomo sends your data to it’s own, secure, proprietary cloud where it’s analyzed even further. Cardiomo also uses artificial intelligence and medical data that could signal you when you may be at risk.
The device is always on and can quickly alert a user to any abnormality, as well as provide possible consequences. If the alert is severe in nature and the user doesn’t react, it then reaches friends or relatives via the user’s smartphone to let them know that the person could be in trouble. This makes the device especially appealing to those recovering from a heart condition and elderly, yet active patients.
See connected health monitoring at an entirely new level at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, January 9-12th in Eureka Park, booth #52310 and online at cardiomo.com
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