FAST & RELIABLE
BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT
HOW IT WORKS
The Cardio Ring continuous monitoring system can be set up easily for continuous beat-to-beat blood pressure in comparison to conventional arterial blood pressure monitoring setup. Our estimate indicates at least 50% in time saving.
Healthcare professionals are relieved from more complex procedures required by other continuous blood pressure monitoring methods. Cardio Ring devices are designed to be worn intuitively.
Cardio Ring sensors can be placed on multiple measurement site for your convenience.
Cardio Ring's sensor technology is non-invasive so there is no catheter insertion of any kind. The system's design circumvents conventional oscillometric method to occlude blood flow in obtaining primary blood pressure readings.
Cardiovascular diseases claim more lives each year than all forms of cancer and Chronic Respiratory Disease combined. High blood pressure could do the harm gradually and silently before we fully appreciate that fact. Only when we see the greatest sufferings of the survived patients and the domino effect on their families emotionally and economically, will we know then how important it is to monitor and control the blood pressure. We believe continuous monitoring could make a difference in detecting the first signs and managing medical intervention. We are on a mission to make it happen.
Our mission is to advance human cardiovascular wellness by changing the way people measure blood pressure. We believe the current invasive arterial line and intermittent cuff are not the best options for patients. We strive to make the best version of blood pressure monitoring technology to help safeguard lives, which is most easy to use and keeps track of blood pressure anytime and anywhere.
We are developing a sensor technology that could accurately measures blood pressure continuously and noninvasively. It is a platform design on which varieties of products could be derived and measurement sites could be applied. With proprietary algorithm at its core, our ability to not only measure systolic and diastolic pressure, but also to see full pressure waveforms will create an opportunity for medical professionals to detect other cardiac abnormalities such as aortic stenosis and insufficiency etc.