Clinically-accurate health sensor coming to mobile devices

January 13, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Clinically-accurate health sensor coming to mobile devices
Measures blood pressure, blood oxygen, pulse rate, respiration rate and temperature measurements to medical accuracy with no other devices required.

Leman Micro Devices (LMD), the developer of regulated consumer healthcare products that is backed by major players within the mobile device industry, has announced that the first smartphones, wearables and mobile devices with its V-Sensor™ will launch onto the market in 2021. LMD’s V-Sensor is the only health sensor that measures five vital signs – blood pressure, blood oxygen (Sp02), respiration rate, pulse rate, and body temperature – to medical accuracy, completely cuff-less and calibration free, with no other devices needed.  Results are delivered on-screen in less than one minute in LMD’s e-Checkup™ app.

V-Sensor-enabled smartphones, wearables and mobile devices are convenient – consumers are used to banking, messaging, taking photos and running many aspects of their lives with their phones. V-Sensor now brings the measurement of vital signs for personal health to the same devices. Bundled with a phone, V-Sensor and e-Checkup are effectively free to the consumer, in the same way as a phone camera.

At CES 2021, the first-ever miniature standalone V-Sensor device which delivers results to a smartphone via Bluetooth will be launched.

Developed over the last nine years, the V-Sensor is a tiny module with a fingertip-shaped depression on its surface, containing a MEMs pressure sensor embedded in flexible resin. The V-Sensor also contains an optical sensor, a temperature sensor and LMD’s custom ASIC which conditions and digitizes the signals from the sensors and drives the LEDs and communication.


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