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Microfabrication of bioimpedance sensors

Utilizing carbon nanotube technology, Tula in partnership with Brigham Young University has been able to miniaturize bioimpedence sensors.  These sensors are several magnitudes more sensitive that conventional bioimpedence sensors and more reliable and consistent.  Working together with Tula’s nano-spectrometer will enable Tula to monitor continuously and noninvasively blood glucose, blood pressure, blood oxygen, potassium, hematocrit, hydration, EKG, temperature and other key health metrics with clinical precision.

The world’s smallest full spectrum spectrometer

Utilizing carbon nanotube technology, Tula in partnership with Brigham Young University has been able to miniaturize a full spectrum optical spectrometer.  This nano-spectrometer will enable Tula to monitor continuously and noninvasively blood glucose, blood pressure, blood oxygen, potassium, hematocrit, hydration, EKG, temperature and other key health metrics with clinical precision.