VivaLNK Expands its Ambulatory Medical Wearable Data Platform to Enable Continuous SpO2 Monitoring

VivaLNK Expands its Ambulatory Medical Wearable Data Platform to Enable Continuous SpO2 Monitoring

The VivaLNK platform has enabled more than 90 healthcare solution partners in 22 countries across the world and includes applications like pharmaceutical clinical trials, remote patient monitoring, mobile cardiac telemetry, and COVID patient monitoring.

FREMONT, CA: VivaLNK, a provider of connected healthcare solutions known for its unique medical wearable sensor platform, has declared the inclusion of an ambulatory SpO2 oxygen saturation sensor. The rechargeable sensor allows for continuous data capture even during sleep so as to assess night-time recovery. Additional upgrades to the medical wearable data platform include a new temperature sensor that provides a 21-day rechargeable battery, extended Bluetooth range, as well as onboard memory to address intermittent network disconnections.

With the new addition, VivaLNK's platform is now able to capture ECG rhythm, respiratory rate, heart rate, axillary temperature, SpO2, and accelerometer data all wirelessly from virtually any location in the world.

The VivaLNK platform has enabled more than 90 healthcare solution partners in 22 countries across the world and includes applications like pharmaceutical clinical trials, remote patient monitoring, mobile cardiac telemetry, and COVID patient monitoring.

"Our goal has been to replace traditional expensive, wired vitals monitors with lower cost and easy to deploy wearable sensors," stated Jiang Li, CEO at VivaLNK. "With the new sensor, we are now well on our way to achieving that vision, thereby helping to make healthcare accessible anywhere in the world."

The following abilities make the VivaLNK medical wearable data platform unique:

• Continuous data capture

• Live or retrospective data

• Open API to enable rapid application development and integration from mobile devices or the cloud

• Patient self-administered, reusable, and rechargeable sensors

• On-sensor memory to handle network disruptions to ensure data continuity

• IoT enabled for remote data access