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Vital Connect, Aventyn Launch Wearable Biosensor Platform for Mobile Patient Monitoring
Date:12/12/2013

(PRWEB) December 12, 2013

mHealthSummit 2013 – Washington DC – Dec 9, 2013 – Vital Connect and Aventyn Inc. announced a collaboration today to commercialize the combination of the Vitalbeat mobile remote monitoring platform and Vital Connect HealthPatch MD biosensor for hospitals and other healthcare providers. Vitalbeat is designed to help clinicians better manage chronic disease patient populations, including congestive heart failure (CHF) patients, and prevent avoidable readmissions.

Vital Connect is an industry pioneer of the HealthPatch MD wearable biosensor technology for use in medical applications. The HealthPatch MD biosensor is capable of capturing clinical-grade biometric measurements in a continuous, configurable and non-obtrusive manner using a small yet powerful patch worn on the chest. Encapsulated within the HealthPatch MD are cutting-edge sensor and chip technologies which combined with Vital Connect’s proprietary algorithms, enable the device to provide clinical-grade measurements of eight core health metrics: single lead ECG, heart rate, heart rate variability, respiratory rate, skin temperature, body posture, steps and fall detection/severity. Additionally, the HealthPatch MD can provide intelligent health measurements. Processing thousands of data points per minute, Vital Connect’s sophisticated SensorFusion algorithms analyze multiple biometrics to generate measurements that are more meaningful and accurate than any individual biometric alone. These measurements can include stress, energy expenditure (caloric burn), sleep quality, and contextual heart rate, among other health predictors.


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