CORE ARM™ TECHNOLOGY

Digital Wheeze Detection

  • Our ARM™ technology records airway sounds to detect continuous adventitious breath sounds and measure the extent of wheezing caused by airway obstruction.The measurement is presented as WheezeRATE™
  • Respiri continues to have a first mover advantage with its unique proprietary Acoustic Respiratory Monitoring (ARM™) algorithm technology
  • Respiri devices work like a stethoscope utilising special contact microphones, or acoustic sensors, to pick up breath sounds from the lungs at the windpipe (trachea), and in the clinical devices, the chest
  • Patent portfolio with 73 patents

 

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DIGITAL HEALTH PLATFORMS REPLACE OUTDATED TECHNOLOGY

 

Traditional Monitoring – Peak Flow Meters
Outdated technology, not suitable for children, patient compliance poor and considerable patient effort required.

Respiratory Digital Health: Asthma & COPD
Sensors, apps, text and analytics to monitor and control symptoms. Convenient effortless, objective symptom measurement, ability to participate in IoT (Internet of Things) – RESPIRI

 

CLINICAL STUDIES AT WORLD-LEADING HOSPITALS

Studies using core ARM™ technology have been published by world-leading physicians

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Respiri has worked with a number of globally respected physicians and scientists including, but not limited to:

Professor Noam Gavriely

An international authority on pulmonary acoustics, Prof Gavriely has extensively published on various aspects of breath sound monitoring over the last 25 years and holds multiple patents on phonopneumography and other aspects of breath sounds monitoring.

Professor Simon Godfrey

Emeritus Professor Pediatrics at the Hadassah-Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Prof Godfrey’s main research interests are in pediatric pulmonary physiology and the application of novel investigative techniques for the diagnosis and management of pediatric pulmonary disease. He has published over 190 original papers and 16 books.

Professor Zahra Moussavi

Director, Biomedical Engineering Program Professor & Canada Research Chair University of Manitoba, Prof Moussavi specialises in sleep apnea, respiratory sounds analysis and Alzheimer’s diagnosis and treatment. She has published more than 180 papers.

Dr David Danztker

An internationally recognised expert in pulmonary medicine and critical care, Dr Danztker has served on the faculty and in leadership positions of four major research-oriented medical schools and authored or co-authored 130 research papers and five textbooks. He is former Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine, the largest physician certifying
board in the US.