Groundbreaking connected health wearable

  • A wearable bracelet continuously records cardiac rhythm using optical reading
  • Beat-to-beat accurate optical heart-rate technology enables 24/7 screening and monitoring of arrhythmias, e.g. atrial fibrillation (AF)
  • Wearable wrist device enables diagnosis of arrhythmias with superior accuracy and reliability; PulseOn can detect even very short (30 sec) arrhythmia episodes

The device is not yet CE marked and thus not available for medical use.


A tool for doctors and patients - not a smartwatch

  • Suitable for all ages and skills - no need for patient learning
  • Very cost-efficient solution - time-savings of medical personnel labor

Saving lives with PulseOn

  • 1 in 5 women and 1 in 6 men will suffer a stroke in their lifetime
  • Atrial fibrillation (AF) is associated with 15-20 % of strokes
  • If AF is diagnosed in time, over 75 % of the strokes may be prevented
  • A life changing wearable solution to detect AF to prevent strokes

Easy to wear, easy to use

  • No additional devices
  • 7 days without recharging
  • Waterproof

Reusable

  • Affordable per use
  • Easy to clean
  • No unnecessary waste

Complete connected solution from detection to results reading

1. Detection

Continuous monitoring

2. Verification

Integrated ECG

3. Storage

Cloud service

4. Results

Web-interface

Clear visualization of collected data and analysis results

Results proven by science, not by marketing

Detection of Atrial Fibrillation with PPG : Publication (BHI 2018 Tarniceriu et al)

"Detection of beat-to-beat intervals from wrist PPG in patients with Sinus Rhythm and Atrial Fibrillation after surgery."

Evaluation on the use of PPG in monitoring beat-to-beat heart rate in elderly patients with arrhythmia. The results showed that IBI estimation from wrist PPG signals is highly accurate in the absence of movement, even for elderly patients suffering of multiple comorbidities. Read more.