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CES 2023: Competition Spikes In Cuffless Blood Pressure Monitoring

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In this final roundup of innovative health technologies showcased at CES 2023, Medtech Insight highlights three companies, Biobeat, Conneqt and Valencell, that are developing innovative technologies for cuffless blood pressure monitoring. Biobeat is the first company to receive US FDA clearance for a wearable to monitor blood pressure, but competition looms.

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