30th March 2020: Digital Health London Accelerator’s SME of the Week is xim Limited, creators of Lifelight.  Lifelight measures the key vital signs which are critical to COVID-19 detection

DigitalHealth.London Accelerator’s SME of the Week is Xim Limited, creators of Lifelight.  Lifelight measures the key vital signs which are critical to COVID-19 detection and avoids the need for healthcare staff to make contact with infected patients and cross-contamination of devices from infected patients to healthy patients. In short, Lifelight allows healthcare providers to test more people, quickly and safely.

About: Lifelight is a game changing technology that allows any smartphone or tablet device to measure blood pressure, pulse and breathing rate simply by a patient looking into the device’s built-in camera for 40 seconds. Completely contactless, with no additional hardware needed, it saves NHS staff time while improving patient experience.

Recent success: Lifelight was recently classified as a Class 1 medical device (Class II pending) and are engaged with NICE and the NHS on how our 100% contactless technology can help fight COVID-19.

Lifelight is currently being trialled at St Clements Practice, Winchester to support assessment of patients with suspected COVID-19.

Find out more about Lifelight on our website: https://bit.ly/32YG6Kw

Source: DigitalHealth.London

30th March 2020: Digital Health London Accelerator’s SME of the Week is xim Limited, creators of Lifelight.  Lifelight measures the key vital signs which are critical to COVID-19 detection

DigitalHealth.London Accelerator’s SME of the Week is Xim Limited, creators of Lifelight.  Lifelight measures the key vital signs which are critical to COVID-19 detection and avoids the need for healthcare staff to make contact with infected patients and cross-contamination of devices from infected patients to healthy patients. In short, Lifelight allows healthcare providers to test more people, quickly and safely.

About: Lifelight is a game changing technology that allows any smartphone or tablet device to measure blood pressure, pulse and breathing rate simply by a patient looking into the device’s built-in camera for 40 seconds. Completely contactless, with no additional hardware needed, it saves NHS staff time while improving patient experience.

Recent success: Lifelight was recently classified as a Class 1 medical device (Class II pending) and are engaged with NICE and the NHS on how our 100% contactless technology can help fight COVID-19.

Lifelight is currently being trialled at St Clements Practice, Winchester to support assessment of patients with suspected COVID-19.

Find out more about Lifelight on our website: https://bit.ly/32YG6Kw

Source: DigitalHealth.London

30th March 2020: Digital Health London Accelerator’s SME of the Week is xim Limited, creators of Lifelight.  Lifelight measures the key vital signs which are critical to COVID-19 detection

DigitalHealth.London Accelerator’s SME of the Week is Xim Limited, creators of Lifelight.  Lifelight measures the key vital signs which are critical to COVID-19 detection and avoids the need for healthcare staff to make contact with infected patients and cross-contamination of devices from infected patients to healthy patients. In short, Lifelight allows healthcare providers to test more people, quickly and safely.

About: Lifelight is a game changing technology that allows any smartphone or tablet device to measure blood pressure, pulse and breathing rate simply by a patient looking into the device’s built-in camera for 40 seconds. Completely contactless, with no additional hardware needed, it saves NHS staff time while improving patient experience.

Recent success: Lifelight was recently classified as a Class 1 medical device (Class II pending) and are engaged with NICE and the NHS on how our 100% contactless technology can help fight COVID-19.

Lifelight is currently being trialled at St Clements Practice, Winchester to support assessment of patients with suspected COVID-19.

Find out more about Lifelight on our website: https://bit.ly/32YG6Kw

Source: DigitalHealth.London