Important data collection successfully completed!

Important data collection for 24-hour blood pressure monitoring completed in collaboration with Oslo University Hospital

Aidee Health has recently conducted an extensive data collection in collaboration with Oslo University Hospital as part of the Hypertension 2.0 project, funded by the BIA program from the Research Council of Norway.

The aim of this pre-clinical study has been to assess the accuracy of our blood pressure monitor, Aidee Embody, during 24-hour measurements compared to a standard cuff-based blood pressure monitor.

In this study, we have relocated the laboratory to the participants' locations to facilitate participation. In addition to collecting data from Ullevål Hospital and Aidee Health's facilities in Lysaker, we have also collected data from Datek in Lillestrøm and Startuplab/Health2B in the Research Park.

Many thanks to all participants, as well as to Datek and Startuplab/Health2B for their hospitality! Health2B has recently published an excellent article about the data collection.

Datek has also posted a nice update about our stay with them on LinkedIn: Datek.

Both Oslo University Hospital and Aidee Health are very pleased with the execution of the data collection. This study will provide valuable insights into new requirements and guidelines and represents a significant step towards the clinical validation of Aidee Embody.

Photo: Elisabeth Schiørn