PARIS – Personalized medicine provider Kyomed has partnered with connected health care wearables maker Neogia to develop and market connected health devices. The two companies introduced the Motio HW connected bracelet at CES 2017 last month. The bracelet, for sleep apnea patients, collects biometrics data like heart rate, actimetry, oxymetry and respiratory rate. Patients and caregivers can access the data through a mobile app. The companies are also working on a second version of the Motio HW to focus on issues like fall detection.
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