NuraLogix reveals trademarked Anura's video-health solution that uses a 30-second video selfie to assess health risks.
FREMONT, CA: "Following years of research and development, we are excited to share the expanded capabilities of the Anura™ platform. Our research models have been proven to predict whether a subject's HbA1c is greater than 5.7%, or their Fasting Blood Glucose is greater than 5.5mmol/L, to a clinically accurate level," said Dr. Keith Thompson, Chief Medical Officer at NuraLogix. "The ability to assess health with just a look into everyday, readily available consumer devices is a game changer for the healthcare industry. Using ubiquitous devices, Anura™ has the potential to accelerate the adoption of solutions for the early detection of chronic diseases, expand health equity and access to underserved populations while dramatically decreasing costs of care."
One of the global leaders in contactless health monitoring, NuraLogix, revealed adding the ability to perform metabolic and blood biomarker health-risk assessments for various chronic conditions to its Anura platform.
A 30-second video selfie can now measure blood pressure accurately, a video-based contactless health monitoring solution. The NuraLogix platform helps health providers, product developers, insurance companies, and wellness programs better manage consumers' physical and mental health. A new capability to assess HbA1c, monitor fasting glucose, and assess type 2 diabetes risk, hypertension, and hypertriglyceridemia is being announced at HLTH in Las Vegas.
Anura is a video-based contactless health monitoring solution that measures vital signs and assesses health risks. In addition to cardiovascular disease risk assessments, which include 10-year predictions of death rates from heart attacks and strokes, metabolic and blood biomarker risk assessments will be added.
Through the Anura platform, NuraLogix combines data from its TOI technology, a novel Remote Photoplethysmography (rPPG) form, with contactless health monitoring. NuraLogix's predicted models have been tested and published in numerous peer-reviewed journals worldwide using data collected from more than 40,000 patients with multiple conditions.
The Anura device extracts facial blood flow data from a conventional video camera and advanced artificial intelligence models in the cloud that extrapolate health information. Its intuitive app provides health risk assessments for some of the most prevalent chronic conditions, which displays information on over 30 health parameters such as heart rate, breathing rate, and cuffless blood pressure. Mental health, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular diseases are included in this category.