OptiBP™ is an optical blood pressure monitoring device via a mobile application.
OptiBP™ is developed by Biospectal in partnership with the Swiss Centre for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM). The product is a mobile application that is a cuffless blood measurement software that uses the built-in smartphone camera to measure blood pressure at the fingertip. This method rectifies the inconvenience and lack of access to traditional blood pressure cuffs, as well as dependencies on additional hardware.
Biospectal in partnership with the Swiss Centre for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM)
Goal 3: Good health and well-being
Target users include individuals who want to monitor their health at home or health workers on remote locations.
OptiBP™ is based on Open Smart Register Platform (OpenSRP) which is a WHO-supported open source mobile patient record and decision support software system which integrates national-level digital health information systems. The antenatal care module incorporates evidence-based algorithms from WHO guidelines for decision support on antenatal care.
Users can download the application/software from the mobile app store.
LEDs, audio alarm w/dB level, etc.
temperature, oxygen saturation, HR, etc.
OptiBP™ provides diastolic, systolic, and mean blood pressure values. It also gives heart rate and makes this data actionable through integration the OpenSRP decision support and longitudinal health record system, to improve hypertension assessment and management.
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Designer specific performance target includes accurate blood pressure measurement and appropriate action using optical mobile blood presuure messurement.
No third party testing has been performed.
No third-party organizations. Testing has been conducted only by the designer.
No known safety hazards are related to this product.
A reliable smartphone is required to useOptiBP™.
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