Through the exclusive health management software VeepooHealth, the VEEPOO WATCH RIG can track and analyze 13 different types of cardiac diseases and generate and export medical EKG/ECG waveforms.
FREMONT, CA: VEEPOO WATCH RIG, with its EKG/ECG monitoring service and multiple health monitoring functions, can accurately identify a variety of heart diseases such as atrial fibrillation and premature beat. The sampling frequency of the EKG/ECG signal can reach 512hz, which is a medical application level. Through the exclusive health management software VeepooHealth, the VEEPOO WATCH RIG can track and analyze 13 different types of cardiac diseases and generate and export medical EKG/ECG waveforms.
When symptoms of the cardiac disease appear, it is especially important and necessary to capture effective EKG/ECG signals quickly and immediately. As a result, in addition to the routine EKG/ECG function, RIG includes an EKG/ECG emergency mode. When the wearer experiences "palpitation, dyspnea, chest pain, chest tightness, blackout, numbness of limbs," or other similar physical reactions, the RIG's EKG/ECG emergency mode allows the wearer to enter the EKG/ECG signal acquisition work within 3 seconds, collecting and recording the current EKG/ECG signal in the watch. In contrast to the relevant EKG/ECG products on the market, which can only record and analyze EKG/ECG signals during app startup, EKG/ECG waveforms can be exported from VeepooHealth after the event for further analysis of heart health. WATCH RIG will be available for purchase before September 10th.
RIG has biosensor monitoring technology as well as multi-channel optical monitoring technology. It has not only EKG/ECG monitoring functions, but also many other health functions like all-weather, high-precision continuous dynamic heart rate tracking, medical-grade oxygen saturation continuous tracking, full-time scientific sleep tracking, sleep apnea tracking analysis, Lorentz scatter analysis of HRV (heart rate variability), and so on. Clinical trials on the VEEPOO WATCH RIG are being conducted in China in order to apply for China class II medical device certification. RIG is a smartwatch for medical purposes.