Beyond basic activity and vital sign tracking, ongoing portable, non-invasive biochemical
diagnostics, which could have a profound impact on health management and treatment do
not exist today. A lack of stable microsensors hinders the development of devices for such
Razzberry has developed the first commercially viable, stable sweat electrochemical sensor
wearables, which have been extensively tested on sweat in the lab and in preliminary
human studies. These devices can power a range of novel, high-impact applications in
medical, research, industrial and environmental sensing.
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6.4 million American women are pregnant annually. 48% of these women will experience
pregnancy-related complications, resulting in an increase in $30 billion spent on prenatal
care per year. If left untreated, complications can lead to pre-term birth, miscarriage, or
even death. The U.S. has the worst rate of pregnancy complications and maternal deaths in
the entire developed world. The U.S. maternal mortality ratio has actually increased over
the last 15 years and worsens each year.
The good news is that with regular monitoring, many pregnancy-related issues are
manageable and can reduce the costs of prenatal complications care by as much as 60%,
saving insurers and women up to $18 billion annually. Non-invasive monitoring of key
electrolytes can track imbalances associated with the most common complications, such as
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dehydration, overexertion, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, hypergyclemia,
hypothyroidism, hyperemesis, and more.
Our low-cost, non-invasive electrolyte tracking wearable will provide peace of mind and an
early warning system for pregnant women. This same unregulated application will pave the
way for clinical applications in electrolyte tracking where basic metabolic and electrolyte
testing are regularly used to detect the onset and progression of kidney and heart failure,
fluid imbalances, metabolic function and acid / base balance issues. This tracking is
essential for patients with kidney and heart disease, diabetes, transplants, and more.