BUZUD creates smart watches that detect sleep apnea

BUZUD, a pharmaceutical brand in Singapore, has unveiled its new line of smart watches with health watch features.

According to a press release, both the DM01 and DM02 smart watches are built with blood oxygen saturation oximeter sensors that measure blood oxygen levels and monitor sleep quality. It also affects blood flow, heart rate, body temperature, and weight, distance, and calories burned.

Apps send this health data via Bluetooth to a mobile app on Android or iOS where this information is converted to the Health Metrics dashboard. Watches can receive emails and phone calls from mobile phones via Bluetooth.

In addition, the smart watches support 24 sports activities with routines, as well as training sessions and support for social programs.

The company said its new smart watches were trained and tested in a medical trial of about 3,000 people.

Why it is

Measuring SpO2 levels and sleep patterns can help diagnose sleep apnea, a sleep disorder in which breathing stops and begins. In Singapore, 30.5% of the population was found to have low and severe severity of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which is associated with health problems. According to SingHealth, people with OSA are at risk for high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, coronary heart disease, coronary heart disease, stroke, and sudden death.

“Our DM01 and DM02 smartwatches can accurately monitor the health of consumers, opening up the ability to alert users that they may be experiencing sleep apnea. [and] paving the way to help people manage better and take care of their health, ”said BUZUD CEO and founder Frankie Fan.

BUZUD advises consumers who are actively seeking to take care of their health during illness. Its latest smart watches, which are being sold in Singapore, are part of the company’s mission to introduce products that “encourage people to take proactive activities to stay healthy physically and mentally. think “.


Two years ago, Fitbit, one of the most recognizable brands in the world, has introduced a new feature in its SpO2 smart watches that allows users to monitor changes in their blood oxygen levels. In the same year, Apple introduced SpO2 monitors for the first time in the Apple Watch line.

Amazon, now, is the latest among the brands that can include health monitor features in its usable line. Last year, he published Halo View which measures sleep quality and blood oxygen levels.

In other news, BUZUD has unveiled its blood glucose and uric acid control system for home use. The two -step test system is said to give an accurate reading within 30 seconds.

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