The V-LAP is a miniature, wireless, and battery-free microcomputer that rests directly on the heart’s interatrial septum. V-LAP’s patented sensory implant provides unprecedented, precise pressure readings by utilizing our proprietary ASIC Chip and MEMS.
The implant is delivered in a standard, minimally-invasive catheterization procedure.
LAP is the only physiological indicator that enables personalized medication titration and the most accurate predictor of volume congestion.
Digital high-resolution data from the heart is sent securely to the cloud.
The V-LAP system includes a personal, home-based unit that allows heart failure patients to independently monitor their own disease. To operate the system, patients put on a light belt that induces power to the implant. Then it wirelessly syncs and transmits real-time data automatically to a cloud-based system.
Measurements take just a minute and can be carried out anytime, anywhere.
The core wireless technology communicates up to 30cm inside the body.
The belt induces power to the battery-free sensory implant via induction technology.
The V-LAP patient app provides patients 24/7 access to daily LAP reading and lets them manage their condition unlike ever before. When pressure is out of the optimal range, the patient is guided to adjust diuretics based on the pre-defined treatment plan. If the patient’s pressure is in suboptimal ranges, the clinic intervenes and provides additional instructions.
Ongoing access to LAP data to allow patients to be a partner in their own disease management.
Data is presented in a simple and intuitive UI to provide a personalized, patient-centered healthcare experience.
Daily LAP readings are added to the app in a secure manner.
Fully scalable, the V-LAP system offers additional medical technology enhancing capabilities with the most minimal efforts. By virtue of being in the patient’s heart – literally – Vectorious can monitor and detect other pathologies, such as MR and atrial fibrillation. This technology is also being applied to other MedTech areas in an effort to provide key enhancements to other smart digital therapeutic devices in the future.
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