From Nordiq Products
Nordiq products have developed sensor technology that monitors a patient when having control over vital signs is essential to prevent death. Our first product is a lightweight, ultra-portable device that is easy to use in any situation and operational environment.
Skin color calibration
With our unique optical sensor, we will automatically calibrate the sensor to the patient's skin tone. This process will only take a few seconds when you turn the device on.
The device will utilize the newest communication technologies to make it compatible with whatever system you need to integrate against.
By using different sensors to monitor the same vital sign will make the results more reliable and robust. Sensors have their weaknesses; we use two separate sensors to monitor the same vital sign.
+ respiration rate, pulse rate, airway patency,
blood oxygen saturation and body temperature
Nordiq Products have developed two unique patent pending sensors. The Nordiq Optical Sensor and the Nordiq Acoustic sensor. Both sensors are designed to be used in any kind of medical application to monitor one or more vital signs.
Our first product, Lisa (Life Saver), will use both sensors in the same device. We do that to make a robust device that uses two separate sensors to read the same vital sign and provide the user with accurate and reliable vital signs monitoring. Our technology is designed uniquely and gives us a lot of opportunities to use it in other applications for other use cases and other markets.
Remote first aid (Red cross, military medics)
Made for continuous use, a wearable device that can monitor your vital signs in an accurate way and send data to a cloud system or feed other health data systems with vital signs data.
Mass casualty incidents
Imagine a bus accident or an explosion on an industry or construction site. Several casualties, some of them are conscious and in shock, some are screaming for help, and some are unconscious. A lot of prioritization needs to be done, and you will always lack human resources in a situation like this.
First responder monitoring
(Police, fire & rescue, ambulance)
Being the first professional emergency responder to an accident requires you to remain calm, secure the site, report the accident and start treating the patient(s). Keeping control of the vital signs requires you to check and recheck the vital signs regularly. This is a time-consuming task, and you will only get spot checks and not necessary the trend and the full picture.
Patient Transport Monitoring
Our unique optical sensor can provide more accurate and safer readings of darker skin than traditional optical sensors. No optical sensor made for sports monitoring has successfully managed to get reliable and accurate respiration readings. Our sensor can do that.