Vtuls, a new self-monitoring Health and Wellness service is set to take the Health Technology industry by storm.
While most of the personal devices worn today offer basic metrics, none capture the key Vital signs as Vtuls does. Vtuls addresses a complete range of health issues from chronic physical and psychological diseases to diabetes, heart conditions and hypertension, as well as enabling preventive action.
Founded by Jas Saini, who has previously served in senior management and CEO roles in a number of international companies (such as Cisco and Thomson), Vtuls is set to break the UK market with their innovative subscription-based service.
The Vtuls device monitors the key Vital signs of blood pressure, oxygen saturation, body temperature, blood cholesterol, blood sugar, and total haemoglobin count, as well as the user’s fitness activity.FDA (Food & Drug Association) grade data is then fed to the Vtuls app, which is followed by a qualified health coach who will be able to detect any potential health issues possibly before the user is aware.
With a team of highly experienced and qualified professionals in the medical and technology industries respectively, Vtuls aims to bring a revolutionary service to the self-monitoring health industry.
Dr Robert Kelly, Vtuls’ Chief Medical Officer is the latest appointment to the Vtuls team and an internationally trained intervention cardiologist who practices cardiology at the Beacon Hospital, Ireland.
Registered with the Irish Medical Council and General Medical Council in the UK, Dr Kelly is also known to be a digital healthcare entrepreneur and medical advisor to several digital health businesses in telemedicine and heart health.
Dr Robert Kelly, commented: “I am delighted to be part of the Vtuls team. The products and services that Vtuls provides will be a great asset to the Health Technology industry, and one I am very excited to see grow from strength to strength. I look forward to delivering our services and to share my knowledge and experience with colleagues. It is a very exciting time to be in the industry.”
Vtuls not only monitors Vital signs it can also help to aid weight loss. The service that is built around an affordable, accurate and portable device, works with popular wearable technologies such as Fitbit and Jawbone.
In addition to working with established fitness devices, each user is offered bi-weekly motivational coaching. Licenced experts assist users in understanding any health ‘flags’, whilst offering lifestyle or dietary changes with continual monitoring.
Jas Saini, founder of Vtuls commented: “Staying healthy reduces the chances of health issues such as heart disease, cholesterol, osteoporosis and diabetes”.
“We, at Vtuls aim to ensure well and healthy people remain well and we offer the guidance and reassurance that users need to keep to their goals, as well as offering the chance of detecting an issue before it becomes a problem.”
Vtuls is a new revolutionary Health and Wellness service that will be launched in the UK at the end of 2016. Using accurate and prestigious technology coupled with the expertise of the Vtuls health coaches and Dr. Robert Kelly, Vtuls is set to take health self-monitoring to the next level.
Notes to editors
Vtuls is a Health and Wellness service built around an affordable, accurate, and portable device that measures vital signs and much more. The Vtuls device monitors the key Vital signs of blood pressure, oxygen saturation, body temperature, blood cholesterol, blood sugar, and total haemoglobin count, as well as the user’s fitness activity.
A qualified health coach tracks the user’s daily Vital signs and fitness activity. The coach will be able to detect potential health issues possibly before the user knows it.
Vtuls also offers the capability to input pertinent psychological/social factors, as well as offering users direct feedback of metrics and analytics based on known baselines. The subscription provides motivational coaching by licenced experts who assist the user in both understanding any ‘flags’ and offering lifestyle or dietary changes with continual monitoring.
Vtuls can work with wearable technology such as Fitbit and Jawbone, and others in the future.
For more information, please visit: http://www.vtuls.com
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