MamaOpe consists of a wearable jacket and an app to test the breathing rate and temperature of child. It then compares the measurements to a database for monitoring and diagnosis of pneumonia. This product is still on a prototyping phase and has not undergone medical trials yet.
SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being
Target Users (Target Impact Group)
Community, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
Distributors / Implementing Organizations
The application was developed by Skyapps Technologies. The product itself is not yet being manufactured, it is still in a prototype phase.
Intellectural Property Type
User Provision Model
The company is forming "partnerships with international health based organizations that are committed to buying this kit" so it can be distributed in remote communities. They are also looking to create private partnerships with pharmacies.
Distributions to Date Status
The number of distributions is not known as this product is still a prototype.
Indispensable equipment for function (Y/N)
Maintenance or calibration required by user at time of use? (Y/N)
Number of Tests Performed
Power supply type: Continuous, Recharging only (V, time required, battery life), Other
Time required for procedure (minutes)
The kit consists of a bio-medical ‘smart jacket’ and a corresponding application. It fits to the patient and "measures temperature and breathing rate, and compares it to a database of parameters". The Jacket can be adjusted and is made with material that can be easily sanitized by wiping it.
MamaOpe can be contacted through their website. A technical support system has not been established as this product is still a prototype.
Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters
- Easy To Use
- Time Saving
- Support For Telemedicine
- Cloud Storage
Vetted Performance Status
The product has not yet reached the clinical testing stage.
Complementary Technical Systems
Academic Research and References
Compliance with regulations
The product will soon go through the regulatory processes.
The product has gone through design iterations but has not yet gone through a clinical testing phase.