"Taking the Cosmic Pulse" 

May 9, 2015

Click the image to read about the iOximeter's trip to Stone Mountain.

Click the image to read about the iOximeter's trip to Stone Mountain.


Safe Heart awarded the APDC Grant

April 28, 2015

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Click the image to read more


Check out this short article Drug Store News wrote about MobiCuff

April 3, 2015

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Safe Heart Featured in
Atlanta Tech Edge
"Cool Stuff"


Check out our talk on The Dana Barrett Show with Chris Klaus and Yale Zhang. Know a little bit more about our upcoming products and our involvement with NeuroLaunch. Click here to listen. 

Check out our talk on The Dana Barrett Show with Chris Klaus and Yale Zhang. Know a little bit more about our upcoming products and our involvement with NeuroLaunch. Click here to listen. 


Health talk on our upcoming products and NeuroLaunch

March 17, 2015


The iOximeter featured as the App of the Week


Q &A with Safe Heart 

Interview with Yale and Ivan Zhang. Learn more about how the iOximeter idea came to be and what steps have been made to get us to this point.

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Click on the image to read full article.


Semi-Finalist in Engadget’s Insert Coin Contest!

In August, the iOximeter was entered into the Engadget Insert Coin: New Challengers competition to be held at the Expand NY event. Through the first round of online voting, iOximeter became one of the semi-finalists.  Throughout this competition, iOximeter has received extensive coverage and support from Engadget and its readers. We'd like to thank everyone who has supported our journey to and back from NYC. Follow the links after the break to see the original articles and presentations.

The Insert Coin competition is aimed at helping make inventors’ dreams a reality. Winners receive funds to take their project to the next level, an Engadget review and the chance to debut their product on stage in front of audience members, influencers and press at Expand NY.

 

iOximeter being used by Engadget reporter Mat Smith

This attendee held his breath until his oxygen saturation dropped below 90. He is a professional anesthesiologist. DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS AT HOME.