Measure Lung Health From Hospital to Home
Our technology provides early detection and predictions of worsening diseases for enhanced patient care.
Our flagship product, RESP™ Smart Sensor Platform, is the world’s first FDA-cleared wearable lung device and smart sensor platform for respiratory health–enabling early, remote detection of key changes in lung acoustics and ventilation patterns.
- Validated Clinical Accuracy
- Integrates seamlessly with existing EHR clinical workflows
- Real-time access to lung data via the cloud
- Small, non-invasive and wireless device
Who We Help
Hospitals + Health Systems
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Clinical Trial Partners
Physicians + Group Practices
Payers + Payviders
Real-world, Real-time Monitoring of Lung Health
Our respiratory management solution enables real-world, real-time measuring of lung health by harnessing the power of smart sensor technologies. The RESP™ Smart Sensor Platform collects and calculates the frequency of wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, as well as respiratory dynamics like rate and excursion for a more holistic picture of each patient’s respiratory heath journey.
The RESP™ biosensor is:
- Passive and patient-friendly
- Clinically validated to acquire lung sounds
- Utilizing proprietary AI algorithms to identify coughing and other adventitious breath sounds such as wheeze, rales, and rhonchi
*Algorithms not part of FDA clearance
RESP™ Smart Sensor Platform is the leading pulmonary management solution revolutionizing lung health
It’s now possible to measure lung health anytime, anywhere
As demonstrated in 4 ATS publications, RESP can be used continuously and has a much greater sensitivity than intermittent monitoring using an electronic stethoscope. These studies have demonstrated the greater sensitivity of the Strados RESP compared to the Littman electronic stethoscope.
It’s a small, unobtrusive, and hands-free biosensor—that many patients forget they are even wearing. The RESP biosensor records and stores every lung sound, whether a patient is sleeping, working out or enjoying time with family.
It also provides continuous recording and identification of respiratory signs and symptoms of interest–allowing a better understanding of the progression of the patient’s respiratory status without auscultation by a clinician.
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