Shavin Fernando, Founder and CEO of Oxiwear shares how she developed a wearable oxigen monitor.
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Shavini Fernando suffers from severe pulmonary hypertension. So she’s building a device to monitor oxygen levels for patients like herself.
OxiWear is a company focused on the development of a medical device that measures the oxygen level in the blood, and signals when that level drops dangerously low. It’s a niche product for the millions of people who’ve been diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension – a disease that causes their oxygen level to precipitously drop to life-threatening levels. The […]
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She has been dubbed as the ‘Wonder Woman’ of Sri Lanka. The reason behind this is her ability to defy what had been written down in her medical history. She took control of her health by taking matters into her own hands and today she is an inspiration for many youth and entrepreneurs.
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Given a projected life expectancy of just two more years in 2015, Shavini Fernando used the diagnosis of her heart condition as motivation to live each day to its maximum potential. Inspired to help others with similar medical conditions, Fernando invented OxiWear, an ear-wearable device that alerts when a person’s oxygen level drops too low.