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VivoSense® Plays Vital Role in Respiratory Monitoring in Infants

Posted by Alexa Williamson on March 5, 2020

Severe respiratory disease is one of the leading causes of infant illness and death worldwide. There is a significant upward trend of clinical infant respiratory studies, including the investigation into respiratory success in ventilated infants, SIDS, and neurological disorders that affect the normal respiratory pattern. In this article, we discuss how noninvasive respiratory monitoring and VivoSense® software helps researchers collect and analyze respiratory data for clinical studies focused on infant and neo-natal breathing patterns.

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Announcing VivoSense® Version 3.3 Release

Posted by Alexa Williamson on June 14, 2019

June 14, 2019 Newport Coast CA – VivoSense (Vivonoetics), the leading provider of visualization and analysis software for data from wearable sensors, is excited to announce our VivoSense® 3.3 release.

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VivoSense (Vivonoetics, Inc.) Announces its Partnership with Cardiac Insight, Inc.

Posted by Alexa Williamson on November 1, 2018

VivoSense (Vivonoetics, Inc.) is proud to announce its partnership with Cardiac Insight, Inc. to expand the use of its wearable cardiac sensors in regulated pharmaceutical clinical trials and other healthcare research applications. To find out more, read our featured article in Business Wire.

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Advanced Analytics for Electromyogram (EMG) Signals using VivoSense® Software: Understanding Muscle Responses to Intensive Resistance Training

Posted by Alexa Williamson on July 10, 2017

Health scientists at Hofstra University, NY, aim to uncover how resistance training with either a focus on intensity or volume increases muscle innervation, adaption and firing rates. These studies provide a greater understanding of how resistance training augments muscle activation and motor unit recruitment in trained individuals. This research has a broad range of applications, as we increasingly see the use of strength training in preventative healthcare and rehabilitation medicine.

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