Proteus BIomedical out of Redwood City, CA has received FDA approval for its wireless Raisin Personal Monitor, a wearable device which records heart rate, physical activity, body position and patient-logged events and transmits the data via Bluetooth to mobile phones, mHealth systems, or any computerized device.
From the press release:
The monitor is developed as part of Proteus’ integrated intelligent medicine system to link sensor-based formulations of pharmaceutical products to individualized physiologic response and outcomes-based treatment systems for the treatment of cardiovascular disease, psychiatric disorders, organ transplantation and infectious disease.
Press release: Proteus Announces FDA Clearance of Wireless Personal Health Monitor…
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