Zansors’ Smart Sleep Apnea Detector

Plenty of companies are working on smart sleep apnea detectors. We have covered a few of them here in the past. Zansors has recently won a NIH grant for its wearable sleep apnea detector.

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We are using our technology to combine wearable sensors, algorithms and bioengineering into a first of its kind product … Zansors making affordable, easy-to-use diagnostic tools so people can be proactive about their health.

explained Abhijit Dasgupta, PhD, Co-founder and Chief Data Science Officer of Zansors. The product is currently in research phase while the company validates and improves its design.

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