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Sempulse: out of stealth mode with a bang – Wearables in the battlefield saving lives

06-26-2018 10:55 AM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: Sempulse

Wins finalist honors at SXSW and opens its fundraising

San Diego, June 15, 2018 – A new medical device company is improving battlefield triage. While the medical markets are generating lots of noise, Sempulse sensor technology is solving for the signal-to-noise ratio in field triage with a durable, non-invasive vital signs sensor and patented software platform.

Combat scenes are highly stressful, chaotic situations and the Sempulse Halo device delivers immediate vital signs monitoring while their Cloud platform ties in remote medics to improve survivability. CDR Sean Fisher remarked that Sempulse’s solution “has more field triage capabilities than everything else I’ve ever seen put together.”

Sempulse launched publicly at SXSW 2018 in Austin, Texas and won Finalist for Healthcare and Wearable Innovation.

Kurt Stump, CEO of Sempulse, remarked that “winning at SXSW is a culmination of hard work by the team over the last two years and an exciting next step as people see and use our platform. From having our patents issued to the challenges of user testing with Navy SEAL teams, we have come a long way. We launch our public fund raising with some great momentum to undertake deployments with US Special Forces later this year.”

Sempulse is a medical device manufacturer with offices in San Diego and Austin. They have developed a patented, non-invasive vital signs sensor that adheres to the back of the ear and acquires patients’ 5 major vital signs. That’s industry-first cuffless blood pressure, pulse oximetry, heart rate, respiratory rate, and core body temperature, plus geolocation and a wealth of environmental information. They are first targeting their technology at the military, but their sensors are equally capable in the civilian world. More information can be found at http://sempulse.com.

Sempulse
221 W. 6th Street, Suite 500
Austin, TX 78701
Richard Kreusher, CCO, 442.444.0075, pr@sempulse.com

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