BodyLog Chest Patch Wins CES 2024 Innovation Award

Bodylog monitors EKG, HRV, and vital signs, adapting to your unique body for precise insights.

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At the CES 2024, South Korean digital health company Luxnine’s wearable chest patch that offers real-time vital sign monitoring while simultaneously acting as a fall and emergency detection system, received CES 2024 Innovation Award.

Dubbed, Bodylog, the wearable chest patch not only detects falls and emergencies but also provides a post-incident report, assessing the severity of the incident and analyzing heart rate variability (HRV).

The autonomic nervous system (ANS), temperature, respiration rate, heart rate, oxygen saturation, and a host of other parameters can all be tracked by the Bodylog. This device is actually intended to provide some piece of mind to our elderly relatives who still desire independence and self-sufficiency, but with the confidence that their health is being monitored as well.

The Bodylog goes beyond tracking the user’s health, it offers proactive lifestyle recommendations too. Identifying posture and even emulates a controlled medical environment by linking measurements with posture status.

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Furthermore, BodyLog can detect abnormal signals such as arrhythmia, arthritis, osteoporosis, and spinal deformities in real time. It can also promptly notify caregivers of emergencies like acute cardiac arrest or falls. Lux9 has plans to enhance the solution by providing analysis reports on post-emergency condition changes and offering support for surgeries and rehabilitation treatments.

CEO Kim Inho stated, 'BodyLog's core focus is monitoring the entire life cycle of older people through crucial health indicators, including posture, activity, sleep, and physiological signal responses while providing applied digital healthcare services. It is expected to be an innovative solution that will change the paradigm of silver care in an aging society.

Sam Draper
May 8, 2024

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