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Will wearables ever accurately measure blood pressure?

Will wearables ever accurately measure blood pressure?

Consumer wearable manufacturers have sought for years to find a way to measure blood pressure at the wrist to a clinical standard. Valencell co-founder and president Dr Steven LeBoeuf talks to Natalie Healey about the technologies companies are trailing to make blood...

Are PPG sensors less accurate for people with darker skin?

Are PPG sensors less accurate for people with darker skin?

By Dr. Steven LeBoeuf From time-to-time in the wearable world, the blogosphere is jolted by claims that wearable optical sensors do not work on people with dark skin tones. It reached a new level when a New England Journal of Medicine article prompted the FDA to issue...

Digital therapeutics in mental health

Digital therapeutics in mental health

COVID-19 has been a catalyst in revolutionizing digital health, accelerating digital transformation, and improving regulations. Remote monitoring solutions and digital therapeutics are emerging as the new normal for healthcare providers and improving the quality of...

Valencell at Semicon West 2020

Valencell at Semicon West 2020

Valencell is happy to be participating in the SMART MedTech Pavilion at Semicon West 2020. The event features exhibits from materials providers, device manufacturers, and system integrators. Subject matter experts will share their insight into early adoption trends,...

Valencell Secures Strategic Investment from Halma plc

Valencell Secures Strategic Investment from Halma plc

Strategic investment will help accelerate Valencell’s growth opportunities for biometric sensors for medical-grade hearables and wearables Raleigh, N.C. – January 27, 2020 – Valencell, the leading innovator in wearable biometric sensor technology, today announced it...