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Unvieling the Wearable Innovation: AIKON Health's Heart Failure Monitoring Solution

Frequent readmission due to heart failure has a significant impact on the patients, their families and on the health system. Following initial treatment, individuals may face the risk of returning to the hospital often due to inaccurately titrated medication or non adherance to the guideline recommended medication. Effective post-discharge care is essential in minimizing the likelihood of readmission, medication management and lifestyle adjustments.

We aim to reduce readmission of heart failure patients with a proprietary device enabled solution to assist Cardiologists and Cardiology nurses in effective management of the condition. The wearable device solution will measure key vital sign parameters such as the thoracic fluid overload, cardiac output and stroke volume that are relevant for monitoring HF patients. Digital Biomarkers, characteristic of heart failure, can provide indicators of early deterioration and can help Clinicians in identifying patients for intervention at the right time.


AIKON Health
Personalized Heart Failure Management

Transforming heart failure care with our innovative Heart Failure Monitoring Device.

Our advanced solution, harmoniously incorporating digital health advancements, empowers healthcare teams to optimize patient care and efficiently navigate heart failure challenges. With seamless transition from in-hospital care to at-home care, our solution enhances patient well-being with continuous tracking and personalised monitoring.

Wearable sensors to measure heart failure specific parameters

Discover the Advantages

Fluid Retention / Overload
Regular and precise fluid measurements offer healthcare professionals valuable insights into the patient's fluid status, enabling timely interventions to prevent complications. Monitoring fluid levels assists in tailoring medication regimens, adjusting diuretics, and optimizing treatment plans to maintain a stable condition.

Hemodynamic Changes
Measuring hemodynamic changes, including cardiac output and stroke volume, is essential in the comprehensive care of heart failure patients. Monitoring hemodynamic parameters enables healthcare providers to optimize medications, fine-tune interventions, and make timely adjustments to manage the condition effectively. By closely monitoring cardiac output and stroke volume, clinicians can identify changes in heart function early, allowing for proactive measures to prevent worsening symptoms and potential complications.

Measured Parameters

Thoracic Fluid Retention/Overload

Hemodynamic Changes

1- Lead ECG

Nocturnal Heart Rate

Heart Rate Variability

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Respiratory Rate 


Respiraton Depth & Variability

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Posture Estimation

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Ease of Use

Synchronized solution

Predictive Monitoring

Dry electrode technology for long-term, comfortable wear for up to 14 days

Modular device solution with synchronized data

Measurement of vital parameters and build predictive, early warning score to prevent hospital readmission

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