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7th May 2021

Biobeat’s AI-powered wearable remote patient monitoring platform gets CE mark

Biobeat and its AI-backed wearable remote patient monitoring platform secures CE mark

Biobeat’s AI-based at-home wearable patient monitoring platform has received CE mark. The approval includes the firms wrist and chest-patch monitoring devices’ which tracks the patient’s vital signals such as respiratory rate, mean arterial pressure, pulse pressure, stroke volume, cardiac output, cardiac index, blood oxygen saturation and skin temperature (to name a few).
In addition, the CE mark also encompasses one-lead EKG for the chest monitor device and Biobeat’s wireless capabilities. This includes its at-home Mobile App, cloud-based web management platform for healthcare providers, and  proprietary Gateway (hospital) connectivity tool.
The wearable devices work by employing non-invasive reflective photoplethysmography technology in bid to continuously monitor 15 cardio-pulmonary vital signs. By using a cloud-based patient management system, medical staff are furnished with real-time data and alerts. The platform itself incorporates advanced health-AI-based algorithms to provide more accurate predictive analytics for deterioration.
Arik Ben Ishay, CEO of Biobeat, shared his excitement to the news in a statement:

CEO Biobeat gets CE markWe are proud to receive CE mark for the full gamut of remote patient monitoring capabilities that our wearable wrist and chest monitors and AI-enabled patient management tools can provide. With this approval, we further our goal of improving care and elevating patient outcomes across the European healthcare continuum, which now includes the new care frontier: the home.

Dr. Dan J. Gelvan, chairman of the Biobeat advisory board, said:

With the current growing need for accurate remote patient monitoring technologies, we are excited to receive this approval and cement our status as a leading provider of wearable monitoring devices and scalable patient management systems for both hospital and home use.

See also: Edinburgh-based company Current Health close a $43M funding round in bid to grow their remote care platform
Source: Med-Tech Innovation News

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