At Biopôle since 2019

Vtuls helps people manage their own health to improve their overall wellbeing.

The Vtuls service consists of a network of Vtuls qualified health practitioners who monitor both the person’s activity and their Vital signs to help them reach their health goals such as manage stress, control hypertension, etc. The user health data is captured through the Vtuls handheld pocket size Biosensor that measures the Vital signs of ECG, Blood pressure (cuffless), heart rate, blood O2 saturation, and body temperature – all to FDA standards. A smartphone application provides the link between the user, the Vtuls Biosensor, a secure database, and the health practitioner.

The Vtuls health practitioner uses the measured data to guide the user towards his/her health goals. In addition, potentially identifying a predisposition for, or the early onset of some major chronic diseases such as Congested Heart Failure (CHF), Chronic Obstruction Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and hypertension. The health practitioner reviews the user’s information and communicates with him or her through in-application video calls.