PLUX wireless biosignals S.A. of Lisbon at MEDICA 2022 in Düsseldorf -- COMPAMED Trade Fair
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29 Oct 2022

How can BITalino fit into a hybrid education model? Learning biosignals everywhere

How will the economic restrictions impact the educational sector?

Universities are experiencing the impact of current economical impact factors along with the shortage of material, lack of maintenance, and reduced investment to equip the laboratories. Due to our role in Education, Research, and Health sectors, we are sensitive to this situation and have prepared a variety of solutions to support research continuing to teach biosignals without having to compromise on educational quality. 

Find out how in the blog post below.

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14 Jul 2022

Meet the new CardioBAN - Wireless ECG Wearable for Medical Device OEMs

CardioBAN is the ideal wireless wearable for capturing raw ECG and mobility data over short periods of time. The wearable's tiny and lightweight form factor enables for comfortable and unobtrusive use in any in- or out-of-lab research application & medical device OEMs for app developers.

Find out more about our latest addition to our wearables portfolio in our blog.

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13 Jul 2022

Use Case: CardioBAN on the MED1stMR Project

cardioBAN is a wearable patch developed for continuous monitoring of vital signs in ambulatory settings. 

The goal of the MED1stMR project is to create a pioneering system for training of Medical First Responders (MFRs) - using Mixed Reality and wearable technology. The final goal is to simulate r emergency situations and to track the biosignals of Medical First Responders during the simulation session.

Find out more about the cardioBAN's role in this project in the blog post below.

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13 Jul 2022

Use Case: cardioBAN on the SAFHE Project

CardioBAN is a wearable patch developed for continuous monitoring of vital signs in ambulatory settings. 

The goal of the SAFHE (Safe Health Elderly Monitoring) project is to develop a complete system for remote monitoring of the elderly at their home or nursing home using wearables and AI-powered software to detect signs of pathological conditions.

Find out more about this project and cardioBAN's role in it in the blog post below.

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14 Jun 2022

ECG and Wearables - Market need for a Wearable ECG

An ECG is frequently used in conjunction with other tests to diagnose and monitor heart problems. It can be used to look into symptoms including chest pain, palpitations (quickly perceptible heartbeats), dizziness, and shortness of breath that could indicate a heart condition.

Learn more about the importance of wearable ECG solutions for research & clinical contexts in our blog post below.

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06 May 2022

How to develop biosignals based products

Working with biosignals is a challenging task, there are a number of key concerns that are shared by most researchers and developers when it comes to developing market-ready products.

Learn more about our medical device development services in our blog post.

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05 May 2022

What are biosignals?

Biosignals are by definition electrical physiological signals emitted by biological beings to trigger or control body functions. Biosignals can be emitted by our body when we flex a muscle, move our eyes or even think and sleep. 

We've prepared a blog post to and all the relevant tools to help you get started in the world of biosignals - visit the links below!

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