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MultiSense™ Strips: Clinical Quality Data in a Small, Wearable Strip


3.9"
1.18"
MultiSense™

Light-weight and low-profile, MultiSense™ Strips are about the size of a large Band Aid.

The MultiSense™ family of wireless strips is being developed for applications across many industries and purposes. The goal for our sensor technology is to ensure fast, accurate, reliable measurement and real-time transfer of 9 key biometric signals.

Data Configured for Many Needs

The strips are being designed so they can be configured to monitor just the data points needed for a particular application or study, with options for data storage or transmission.

The goal of MultiSense™ Strips is to be a complete, flexible solution, with data parameters that can be tailored to detect and report just the information needed. They may serve as an ideal choice for a research setting or sleep studies, for the hospital or care center, in the field, during training, and for at-home monitoring. Some potential applications include:

  • Outpatient Care
  • Research
    Clinical Trials
  • Military/Defense Personnel
  • First Responders/Firefighters
  • Heart/Arrythmia Monitoring

A Better Monitoring Solution

The comfortable, low-profile strip can stay in place for days, through exercise, bathing and sleeping, and makes it much more likely that the subject will actually wear the monitor for the desired time period. We are focusing on ensuring that the data is high quality, and making wireless data transmission immediate. The MultiSense™ family of strips will be a better solution for patients and health care or research personnel.

Additional goals for the MultiSense™ development include:

  • Small, unobtrusive design that could improve monitoring of REM sleep for sleep disorder studies
  • A design that will be comfortable and easy to use, potentially improving compliance
  • Wireless data transmission for real-time assessment
  • A sensor that can be worn for days at a time without changing
  • Continuous patient monitoring
  • Technology that could be more effective and accurate in high-stress and extreme environments
  • Track vital signs to increase safety in emergency situations
  • Cardiac, cardiopulmonary and arrhythmia monitoring with real-time data, potentially resulting in faster, more accurate diagnosis