HealthSTATS International holds 110 patents worldwide and has regulatory approvals in 30 countries. The Company’s devices have been certified by the United States FDA and the European CE Mark, used in over 60 independent medical research papers, and deployed by major pharmaceutical companies such as Norvartis and MSD in clinical studies. The two main devices are the BPro® and the CASPro®.
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The BPro® is a revolutionary medical device that accurately measures and monitors one’s blood pressure using Evidence-Based Blood Pressure (EVBP) technology; a FDA listed and patented technology that uses modified applanation tonometry on the radial artery at the wrist. As a wearable, the BPro® is non-invasive and painless. The BPro® also enables 24-hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM), which provides a more accurate and holistic picture of one’s cardiovascular health.
The CASPro® is a revolutionary device for the measurement of the Central Aortic Systolic Pressure (CASP), which is an important factor in determining one’s cardiovascular health. The device is non-invasive, painless, and can be operated in a simple clinic or home setting. Like the BPro®, the CASPro® is also powered by EVBP technology.
TIME – Whippet thin from his daily 2 1/2-mile walks, Ronnie Ho, 57, doesn’t looks as if he’s suffering from high blood pressure. Nor is he. At its peak tow years ago, Ho’s blood pressure clocked in at 140/90, slightly above normal but not high enough to elicit a pill or much alarm.
A device which can be worn like a watch could revolutionise the way blood pressure is monitored in the next few years, scientists say. Researchers at the University of Leicester and in Singapore have developed a device to measure pressure in the largest artery in the body.
Proposed changes could lead to a reduction in the number of people under 40 diagnosed with high blood pressure. The health watchdog is planning a major overhaul of how blood pressure is monitored and treated on the NHS.
Although high blood pressure can be monitored, and treated effectively, with a number of drugs, a quarter of the people with the condition don’t even know they have it, according to the American Heart Association. Of those who know they have high blood pressure, only two-thirds get treatment, and fewer than half have it under control.
We’ve previously reported on a novel blood pressure measurement technology by Singapore-based HealthSTATS International. In short, they’re using microscopic arterial pulse waves from the radial artery to monitor a patient’s blood pressure at the wrist.