The Problems with EKG Electrodes

 

tHe non-Contact Solution

Sensors are very thin, small diameter, and flexible.  They passively monitor the EKG signal through multiple fabric and clothing layers. 

The sensors are finely tuned to read the EKG signal and do not emit any signals that interfere with other electrical devices in a medical setting.  Below is a seat pad with embedded sensors between the cover and foam pad.

 

 

USE CASES

In the HOSPITAl ICU

Eliminate electrode & lead cost.

It eliminates skin damage.

Fast EKG acquisition.

No wires for children to pull on.

 

In a mattress bed

Non-invasive, passive monitoring while someone sleeps or lays in a bed. 

Monitor heart and illness daily.

 

OCCUPATIONAL Safety

Embed into a chair, carseat, or safety suit.

Interpret cognitive capacity via monitoring of fatigue and stress levels.