Health Monitoring at Your Fingertips
Shanghai Berry, a Chinese-based company, has been in the health tracking industry since it was founded in 2003. But when the global COVID-19 pandemic occurred, not only did it expose the global shortage of medical resources – it made it worse.
Shanghai Berry knew right away that their solutions could address the challenge and alleviate some of the global strain: wireless monitoring devices.
Shanghai Berry’s Bluetooth Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2017, empowers consumers to take health into their own hands. The oximeter not only provides instant and remote monitoring but also safely stores patient data so it can be shared with physicians, caregivers, or even family members. Having the ability to continuously monitor and share health data, without the need for hospital visits, frees up valuable medical resources for others who might need it more.
To develop a Bluetooth pulse oximeter that tackles the current global shortage of medical resources and the growing need for remote monitoring.
Silicon Labs’ EFR32BG22 Series 2 Bluetooth® Wireless SoC offered Shanghai Berry the reliable wireless performance, affordable price and low power consumption needed for a secure device with long battery life.
Shanghai Berry created the Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, a health tracking device that uses Bluetooth to provide instant, remote monitoring and safely stores consumer data.