Klinische Publikationen

Influence of Sex, BMI, and Skin Color on the Accuracy of Non-Invasive Cuffless Photoplethysmography

Vital signs obtained by photoplethysmography-based devices might be influenced by subcutaneous fat and skin color. This observational comparison study aimed to test the accuracy of blood pressure (BP) measurements between a photoplethysmography-based device and cuff-based BP device in ambulatory individuals...

Usability of a Wearable RPM Device for the Early Detection of In-Hospital Patient Deterioration

Patients admitted to general wards are inherently at risk of deterioration. Thus, tools that can provide early detection of deterioration may be lifesaving. Frequent remote patient monitoring (RPM) has the potential to allow such early detection, leading to a timely intervention by health care providers. In this study, we show the ability to formulate scores for early warning by using RPM.

Utilizing wearable sensors for continuous monitoring of reactions COVID-19 vaccine

Clinical trial guidelines for assessing the safety of vaccines are primarily based on self-reported questionnaires. Despite the tremendous technological advances in recent years, objective, continuous assessment of physiological measures post-vaccination is rarely performed. We identify continuous and significant changes following vaccine administration in nearly all vitals. The considerably higher sensitivity of wearable sensors can revolutionize clinical trials by enabling earlier identification of abnormal reactions with fewer subjects.

Cardiac Output Measurements Using PPG-Based Device to Pulse Contour Cardiac Output in General ICU

Cardiac output (CO) measurements in the ICU are usually based on invasive techniques, which are technically complex and associated with clinical complications. The tested chest patch device offers high accuracy for CO compared to data obtained by the pulse contour cardiac output and the thermodilution method in ICU patients.

Early Pre-Symptomatic Detection of Influenza Using Continuous Monitoring

Continuously monitoring advanced hemodynamic parameters could help in defining early pre-symptomatic changes during the early stages of influenza. This has the potential to improve future bio-surveillance efforts by providing early detection of outbreaks, improving situational awareness, and enabling better use of isolation measures and medical treatments.

Continuous Remote Patient Monitoring Shows Early Cardiovascular Changes in COVID-19 Patients

COVID-19 exerts deleterious cardiopulmonary effects, leading to a worse prognosis in the most affected. This retrospective multi-center observational cohort study aimed to analyze the trajectories of key vitals amongst hospitalized COVID-19 patients using a chest-patch wearable providing continuous remote patient monitoring of numerous vital signs. The study was conducted in five COVID-19 isolation units with a total of 492 COVID-19 patients were included in the final analysis.

Study of 24h ambulatory blood pressure measurement using a novel noninvasive, cuffless, wireless device

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) using cuff-based devices is used for diagnosis and treatment of hypertension. Technical limitations, low compliance, and complex procedures limit their use. The aim of the present study was to test the accuracy of a new photoplethysmography-based, wearable device (Wrist-monitor) as compared with the standard cuff-based ABPM device.

Study of Blood Pressure Monitoring After Cardiac Surgery Using a Wearable, Non-invasive Sensor

Continuous blood pressure (BP) measurement in intensive care units is based on arterial line (AL) transducers, sometimes associated with clinical complications. Our objective was to evaluate continuous BP measurements obtained from a non-invasive, wireless photoplethysmography (PPG)-based device using two distinct configurations (wristwatch and chest-patch monitors) compared to an AL.

Screening for postoperative complications by continuous monitoring: protocol for the Biobeat

A demonstration of the ability of wireless sensors to outperform standard monitoring techniques paves the way for the creation of a loop which includes this monitoring mode, the automated creation of alerts, and the sending of these alerts to caregivers.

Continuous Maternal Hemodynamics Monitoring at Delivery

Evaluation of continuous monitoring of maternal hemodynamics during labor and delivery utilizing the Biobeat wearable wristwatch monitor, a innovative, noninvasive, reflective photoplethysmography-based device.

Swine model of controlled hemorrhagic shock

Wireless, non-invasive, wearable device for continuous remote monitoring of hemodynamic parameters in a swine model of controlled hemorrhagic shock.

Blood pressure measurements comparison

Comparing blood pressure measurements between a photoplethysmography-based and a standard cuff-based manometry device.

Remote patient monitoring during COVID-19 outbreak

Hospital and home remote patient monitoring during the COVID-19 outbreak: A novel concept implemented.

Aktuelles

Tampa General launches hospital at-home program

When our world locked down in March 2020, many of our lives changed forever. Remote medicine is one area where things continue to make dramatic turns. Hospitals were at capacity, patients searched for beds, and the sick and dying were lined up in emergency rooms worldwide, waiting for care. It is hard to go back and relive those horrific first days. But, the pandemic forced medical professionals to find ways to treat patients better...

Biobeat is transforming the medical RPM leaving the Big Tech behind. Interview with Dr. Eisenkraft, Chief Medical Officer.

Continuous non-invasive medical remote patient monitoring solutions are set up to disrupt health systems and overall care workflow at home and in hospitals. Leveraging technology enhances the effectiveness of personalized medical care, leading to major differences in health outcomes and reduction of health costs. We talked with Dr. Eisenkraft ...

Innovative Wearables: Umfassendes Patientenmonitoring unter Berücksichtigung der IT-Integration

In der Patientenversorgung sind zahlreiche Parameter zu erfassen und Werte zu überwachen. Für ein zuverlässiges Patientenmonitoring bietet die biopeak GmbH nun eine Lösung: die Biobeat-Wearables.

Wie die Wearables von Biobeat klinische Studien revolutionieren

Die digitalen Wearables von Biobeat ermöglichen eine präzise Messung und Überwachung von bis zu 13 Vitalparametern gleichzeitig. Von ihrem Einsatz profitieren auch Forschung und Wissenschaft. So geht aus einer jüngst veröffentlichten Studie zu den Auswirkungen des Biontech-Impfstoffs auf die Vitalwerte hervor, dass ...

Contergan-Opfer kann endlich Blutdruck messen

Was für andere völlig normal und kinderleicht ist, war für Friederike Winter bisher nur mit großem Aufwand verbunden. Denn in ihren Armen fehlte eine bestimmte Arterie, die das Blutdruck-Messen dort sehr ungenau machte...

Abstimmung der Bedürfnisse des Anbieters auf die Wünsche der Patienten

Im Jahr 2020 haben sich drei Faktoren zusammengetan, um die Zukunft der Pflege im „Hospital at Home“ so zu gestalten, dass sie in den kommenden Jahren zu einer neuen Pflegerealität wird...

Was haben Alpakas mit medizinischen Wearables von Biobeat gemeinsam?

Die Corona-Infektionszahlen steigen wieder. Während Forscher versuchen ein Mittel gegen Covid-19 mit Hilfe von Alpakas zu entwickeln, gibt es immer mehr Corona-Genesene, die häufig auch lange nach der Erkrankung mit Spätfolgen zu kämpfen haben...

Biobeat Launches Wearable Continuous Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM) Device

New Clinical Data Supports Use of Biobeat ABPM Cuffless-Monitor as Reliable and Accurate Solution for Out-of-Clinic Blood Pressure Monitoring



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