July 21, 2017 1:46 AM ET

Healthcare Equipment and Supplies

Company Overview of Taiwan Biophotonic Corporation

Company Overview

Taiwan Biophotonic Corporation focuses on research and development, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of medical and healthcare products. The company also focuses on the development of noninvasive glucose meter and wearable vital sign monitoring devices. Taiwan Biophotonic Corporation is based in Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Room 305, Building 53

195, Sec.4

Chung Hsing Road

Chutung

Hsinchu,  31040

Taiwan

Phone:

886 3 582 0398

Key Executives for Taiwan Biophotonic Corporation

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Taiwan Biophotonic Corporation Key Developments

Taiwan Biophotonic Co. Receives CE Mark to Launch Medical Smart Watch for Monitoring Heart Rate and Blood Oxygen

Taiwan Biophotonic Co. (tBPC) announced the CE Marking and the debut of first finger-free wrist pulse oximeter, the oCare™ Pro 100, which is a quantum leap forward in the wearable healthcare and medical devices space. tBPC's Wrist Pulse Oximeter, the oCare™ Pro 100, provides a non-invasive, simple and reliable method to measure and record heart rate and blood oxygen saturation on the wrist, without hindering wires and a fingertip probe that clamps on the finger. This device is designed to follow adult users for use in checking and/or recording of specific physiological parameters. These users may be in hospitals, hospital-type facilities, and a home environment. Professional users can upload timely data measured during daily activities or sleeping for physical or clinical evaluation. Pulse oximeters have been recognized as life-saving devices for patients with chronic respiratory disease such as OSA, COPD, CHF and asthma. OSA patients with breathing problems during sleep may encounter life-threatening situations at low blood oxygen levels. These patients rely on pulse oximeters to monitor their blood oxygen level and oxygen desaturation frequency/time during sleep. For COPD patients under oxygen therapy, oxygen is best prescribed to achieve a desirable target range rather than a fixed dose of oxygen. They may have hypoxia syndrome while their blood oxygen levels are lower than 85% or hypercapnia syndrome if their blood oxygen levels are higher than 95% caused by oversupply of oxygen. Continuous monitoring of blood oxygen levels in these patients has been studied to be effective in detecting and preventing respiratory failure, motivating physical activity and a healthy lifestyle to reduce the symptoms of chronic disease and its co-morbidities. Current pulse oximeters use a clip-like probe that measures the heart rate and blood oxygen level from the fingertip, making it very inconvenient for continuous monitoring. The sensor probe will interfere with the movement of fingers. It may easily fall off from the finger during daily activities or sleep. Furthermore, the sensor probe will cause finger pain or thrombosis when the probe is clamped on the finger for hours. tBPC's oCare™ Pro 100 is a medical smart watch, built with a DOE Lens Reflective PPG Sensor (oCare™ Sensor) mounted on the bottom of watchcase, making its application site the wrist skin. The DOE Lens Reflective PPG Sensor consists of two or more light emitting diodes (LEDs) and one or more photodiode light detectors (PDs) located side-by-side on a substrate. Light beams are shone from LEDs through the skin to the arteriolar bed of the tissue. The arteriolar bed absorbs variable amounts of light during the pulsations. Changes in light absorption during the pulsing cycle are measured by the PDs as scattered lightthat is reflected back from the pulsating arteriolar bed. The ratio of light absorbed is translated into a measurement of heart rate and functional oxygen saturation. The demands of today's healthcare solutions are revolutionary, varied, and challenging. Devices that were primarily found in hospitals are going to home healthcare, fitness monitoring and wellness applications. tBPC's oCare™ Pro 100 is poised to revolutionize healthcare, yielding significantly more insights into one's overall health status and performance than tracking heart rates alone. The blood oxygen level is actually another important vital sign which provides the health condition of both the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. tBPC's oCare™ Pro 100 can help users avoid life-threatening situations by checking heart rate and blood oxygen levels before starting exercise, and assist runners in maintaining healthy blood oxygen level at all times by helping them to work out properly and breathe thoroughly. Key features & product information: Measures heart rate and blood oxygen saturation directly on the wrist without connecting a cable orclamping a probe on the finger; Smart watch with medical-grade accuracy and safety which compiles with related European Medical Devices Directives and US FDA Guidelines, and were validated by IRB regulated human clinical trials; Easy-to-read 65K color OLED graphic display; Built-in memory for up to 72 hours of data storage; Peripheral micro-USB connector used as the battery charging port; Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery; Warning alarms in response to abnormal conditions with lighting indicator and/or wrist vibration; Communication via a wireless connection by a embedded Bluetooth module; and Multi-color interchangeable watchbands.

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