March 16, 2016
Quanttus, a startup that has been working since 2012 on a wristworn wearable that offers continuous blood pressure monitoring, launched a blood pressure tracking app this week, called Q Heart.
The app allows users to manually enter blood pressure readings or sync them from Apple’s HealthKit. Users can also enter notes about specific readings, review older readings, and access a chart that shows...
April 7, 2015
Quanttus's original research device. The current prototype is worn on the wrist.
Quanttus, the stealthy Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup that raised $19 million last year for a wearable vitals monitor is deep into clinical tests for its wristworn device, which is tackling the intractable problem of continuous blood pressure monitoring.
"Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer in...
February 24, 2014
An ear-worn heart monitor, from Quanttus co-founder David He's MIT thesis.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Quanttus, a stealthy MIT startup working on wearable vital sign monitoring, has raised $19 million in first round funding from Khosla Ventures and Matrix Partners. The company has previously raised $3 million in seed funds from Vinod Khosla.
“Quanttus is pushing monitoring into many high...