Omron Project Zero watch received FDA approval 24 hours monitoring blood pressure is not a dream.
At this year’s CES, Omron displayed a smart watch with a sphygmomanometer HeartGuide . After nearly a year of exhibition, HeartGuide received FDA approval for the “Project Zero” trade name. It is planned to be launched in January next year.
The Project Zero, originally named HeartGuide, looks like a regular smart watch with a round screen, dial and black rubber strap. The difference is that a miniature blood pressure cuff is hidden under the strap. Blood pressure is measured by inflation. Measurement data. It will be synced to Omron’s mobile app and shared with the doctor. Project Zero also records the number of steps, monitors sleep, and can be used for 10 to 14 days on a single charge.
Project Zero is not the market’s first smart watch with blood pressure measurement, but it has been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), meaning it is a genuine wearable medical device, not a sports health Equipment, I believe that high blood pressure patients, the elderly see Project Zero will laugh and bloom.