“We understand so much more about women’s cycles than we used to, and how we can help them from puberty to menopause thanks to the data collected over the years by the OvuSense app.” – Rob Milnes, CEO of viO HealthTech
For millions of men and women across the world, starting or growing a family is a challenge. For many women, a lack of answers and information about their bodies not only makes it difficult to conceive but also leaves them feeling in the dark. At viO HealthTech, we believe in the ability to empower women, no matter where they are on their health journey, with real-time information that helps them and their clinicians to make life-changing decisions.
viO HealthTech CEO Rob Milnes recently spoke with Healthcare Digital about how viO’s fertility technology provides women with key information about their bodies and improves their chances of getting pregnant.
Gaining Knowledge with OvuSense
OvuFirst, the most accurate skin-worn sensor on the market, confirms your fertile window with over 90% accuracy. OvuFirst is designed to measure skin temperature and provide women with an understanding of when to try and conceive, and help determine what issues they may be having during the process of starting or growing a family.
OvuCore works by measuring female continuous core body temperature (cCBT) overnight. It predicts ovulation up to 24 hours in advance and confirms the exact date of ovulation with 99% clinically proven accuracy. With OvuCore, users can review new information that’s downloaded from the sensor to their OvuSense App each morning. Additionally, the OvuSense Pro portal allows women to work with their doctor to determine why they might not be conceiving and track the effect of medications or treatment, if necessary.
Empowering Yourself with viO
Built on the real-life experiences of those who use OvuSense, the viO platform equips women with real-time actionable health knowledge to improve outcomes. OvuSense has helped thousands of women worldwide to conceive, but many more still want to take control of their cycles even if they need to move into clinical treatment. In this way, it’s a completely unique bridge between home monitoring and the clinic.
With a range of ultra-high resolution sensors, an information-rich medical device app and clinician remote monitoring portal already on the market, the viO platform is designed to help women manage the major issues of conception, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), miscarriage and pregnancy risk, endometriosis, and menopause.
Information is Power
Read the full article in Healthcare Digital here, beginning on page 108.