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Digital Endpoint - Respiratory

Advancing Novel Respiratory Endpoint Discovery with Wearables

Posted by VivoSense Team on January 18, 2022

The adoption of wearables into clinical trials is fostering innovative ideas about novel digital biomarker development. The following articles discuss strategies for developing respiratory endpoints using real-world data and a patient-centered approach. Learn more and advance ideas for your next research project!

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Example of Novel Respiratory Endpoint Discovery Using Real-World Data

Posted by Dudley Tabakin on December 1, 2021

In this video, Dudley Tabakin, VivoSense CEO, shares an example of how rare disease researchers can use wearable sensors to develop digital clinical measures to improve patient outcomes. He discusses our approach to developing outcome measures from ECG Derived Respiration (EDR) to discover novel respiratory endpoints for Rett Syndrome, working with Rett Syndrome Research Trust.

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Measuring Respiratory Related Outcomes with Wearable Sensors

Posted by Dudley Tabakin on April 8, 2021

Respiratory abnormalities characterize a variety of disorders. In addition to physical disorders, ventilation is profoundly affected by mental and psychophysiological states, including stress, anxiety, and panic disorder. Let’s take a look at respiratory-related health issues and the promising wearable technology available to assess respiratory outcome measures in real-world settings.

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RSRT Partners with VivoSense to Develop Digital Biomarkers

Posted by Dudley Tabakin on March 17, 2020


Image Source: RSRT, Randol Family

VivoSense announces a series of new collaborations with the Rett Syndrome Research Trust (RSRT) to develop digital biomarkers that better assess the symptoms of Rett syndrome, focusing on autonomic dysfunction and other difficult-to-evaluate symptoms. The goal in developing these digital biomarkers is to better quantify and understand symptom impact on everyday life and to assess new treatments accurately.

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VivoSense® Plays Vital Role in Respiratory Monitoring in Infants

Posted by VivoSense Team 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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VivoSense® Provides the Solution to Accurate Volume Measures Derived from RIP

Posted by Dudley Tabakin on March 21, 2017

Respiratory inductance plethysmography (RIP) is a method for evaluating breathing characteristics by measuring the movement of the thorax and abdominal wall. RIP acquires respiratory data via two elastic bands placed around the rib cage (RC) and abdomen (AB), and thus, must be calibrated to provide accurate volume metrics.

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VivoSense Facilitates Novel Respiratory Studies in Premature Infants

Posted by Dudley Tabakin on February 7, 2017

VivoSense continues to lead the way in infant respiratory analysis.

Orange County, CA, February, 2017 – Washington University School of Medicine, and St Louis Children’s Hospital with funding from the NIH Prematurity and Respiratory Outcomes Project (PROP) https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01435187 have published early research findings. The primary goal of the PROP study was to identify biomarkers and clinical variables in premature infants that would potentially predict pulmonary status up to one year later.

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Vivonoetics to Provide Advanced Respiratory Assessment for SMA-1 Clinical Trial

Posted by Dudley Tabakin on January 24, 2017

Roche’s Firefish clinical trial will evaluate drug efficacy against respiratory muscle function and breathing patterns in infants treated for SMA.

Orange County, CA, January, 2017 – Vivonoetics Inc., developer of VivoSense® respiratory testing solutions, announced today that in partnership with Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies, they will be providing advanced respiratory assessment to the Roche FIREFISH study.

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Case Study: RETT Syndrome

Posted by Dudley Tabakin on January 2, 2013

Rett syndrome (RTT) is a neurodevelopmental disease that results in neurological symptoms involving respiratory dysfunction. Breathing abnormalities are essential criteria for the diagnosis of RTT and include erratic respiratory rhythms and life threatening apneas. These respiratory symptoms are more severe during wakefulness than sleep.

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