Core Body Temperature for OEM integration
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CALERA® | Core Body Temperature for OEM Integration



CALERA® | Core body temperature for OEM Integration: This application note presents how core body temperature sensor can be effectively integrated into various Wearables and MedTech applications.


What is Core Body Temperature ?


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Core Body Temperature measurement for remote patient monitoring performed in the upper-arm position

Core body temperature is an important vital parameter for determining an individual’s health status. Core body temperature refers to the temperature of the body’s organs.

It fluctuates following physiological processes, such as circadian cycles, menstruation, illness or physical activity.

Many devices on the market attempt to estimate core body temperature via skin surface temperature. Due to the complexity of thermal regulation and environmental conditions, this estimate does not come close to the accuracy and reliability of greenTEG’s Core Body Temperature Sensor.

Thus, greenTEG offers the world’s first core body temperature sensor for continuous and non-invasive measurements on the wrist, upper-arm and chest body positions.

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Example of Core Body Temperature monitoring for Fever detection, compared to a reference e-pill measurement.


The CALERA® technology has been developed and validated by more than 10 clinical trials showing for all position, clinical grade accuracy.


OEM integration Wearables

The clinical-grade accuracy according to ISO 80601-2-56:2017 has been validated by different hospitals and Universities. External & Internal validation studies (wrist-worn, chest-worn and upper-arm validation studies) are available:


Examples of CALERA® OEM integrated wearable devices


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Virtual Skin Patch™ by Recon Health – Medical Skin Patch OEM integration

The Virtual Care Patch™ is the world’s first multi-sensor health patch to measure and assess core body temperature alongside other critical vitals signs from the surface of the arm or chest.

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Skiin Smart Textile by Myant Inc. – Smart clothing OEM integration

This wearable garment and its connectivity options via the Skiin Connected Life app, allows to monitor electrocardiogram (ECG), movement/posture, and core body temperature!

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For which OEM integration projects, core body temperature can be used ?


Continuous and non-invasive core body temperature monitoring is important for a broad range of applications:

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Workplace Health & Safety

Workforce Health and Safety for Oil and Petroleum industries, Firefighting and military activities… including Heat stress prevention by detecting early signs of health-disorders and provide a better protection and prevention.

Variations of core body temperature often provide insight on health-related problems prior to the appearance of other symptoms. Remote and accurate patient monitoring to provide technological support to caretakers in various environments from Hospitals to Elder Houses.

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Remote Patient Monitoring
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Early Detection of Health Disorders

Early Detection of Health Disorders can be provided by analysing an individual’s Circadian cycle. In fact, many significant health issues leave signs in a person’s natural day-night temperature cycle, also known as the circadian cycle.

Sport Performance Evaluation can be performed by monitoring an individual’s core body temperature during high-intensity activity or sport. This will allow you to gain valuable insights to increase athletes’ or amateurs’ performance and avoid dangerous situations like heat strokes. More about Core Body Temperature for Sports here.

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Sport Performance Evaluation

How to perform a successful OEM integration into your wearable Technologies ?


CALERA® : greenTEG’s solution designed for OEM integration

The combination of a miniaturized sensor and AI-based algorithm are the backbone of the two following solutions for OEM integration into Wearable and MedTech applications:


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The patented CALERA® technology has been developed for more than 7 years. It is based on greenTEG’s heat flux sensor and targeted for the integration into the wrist, upper arm, and chest-based wearables. The technology has been proven suited for mass manufacturing, currently seen with CORE, which so far has been manufactured in volumes exceeding 10,000 devices.


CALERA® integration process & expertises


Expertise

  • Thermal & Mechanical design.
  • In-depth know-how in Core body temperature sensor integration.
  • Complete sensing integration experience in wide range of applications.

Capabilities

  • Production of more than 500 K sensor per year.
  • Annual capability of over 2 millions per year on the current line.
  • Strong scalability potential.
  • Engineering consulting: development, validation, integration and industrialization support from our experts.
  • Highly accurate sensing technologies adapted to your needs.

Our team of experts will accompany you through your project by following greenTEG’s development and industrialization process:

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To accelerate your development, we offer the CALERA® development KIT, which includes also engineering consulting hours.

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CALERA® Development Kit for MedTech & Wearable applications

This development can be adapted to suit your needs. To have a better glimpse of our integration process and expertise, claim your short integration userguide prepared by our experts!


Read more about successful CALERA® integration projects:


Interested? Contact us to tell us more about your integration project!


Recommended readings to go further


  • Discover all the Use Cases related to our technology, here.
  • Explore our product line, here.
  • Discover all the peer-reviewed publications using our technology, here.

References

Mogensen, C.B., Vilhelmsen, M.B., Jepsen, J. et al. Ear measurement of temperature is only useful for screening for fever in an adult emergency department. BMC Emerg Med 18, 51 (2018). DOI: 10.1186/s12873-018-0202-5