Masimo Sleep™, a New Wellness Solution That Allows Users to Better Understand Their Sleep Quality

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June 19, 2020

Masimo announced today a new health and wellness home monitoring solution, Masimo Sleep™, designed to help consumers better understand the quality of their sleep.

Masimo Sleep is fueled by the same expertise in signal processing and sensor development that drives the Masimo hospital products used by leading institutions to monitor over 200 million patients a year.1

Masimo Sleep, a wearable sleep quality solution based on clinically proven vital signs technology, is unlike any other sleep management solution available to consumers. Masimo Sleep analyzes your data to provide truly personalized multi-dimensional insight into your sleep health—empowering you with actionable guidance to help you make healthier lifestyle choices that improve your sleep.

The user wears a lightweight sensor (for up to ten nights per sensor), while the Sleep app collects the user’s data using clinically proven Masimo SET® pulse oximetry to track changes in key vital signs during sleep. By analyzing oxygenation, heart rate, and respiratory rate overnight, Masimo Sleep can provide guidance to help users better understand, for example, why they may snore or wake up tired, and recommend ways for the user to improve the quality of their sleep. Other at home products look at proxies for healthy sleep, like how often users roll over, or listen to the sound of users’ breathing and snoring, rather than their vital signs. Masimo Sleep helps people to better understand their physiological status overnight—from the comfort of their own bed.

Joe Kiani, Founder, and CEO of Masimo, said, “We are delighted to unveil Masimo Sleep as part of our line of direct-to-consumer solutions, which also includes the MightySat® fingertip pulse oximeter. Based on our expertise in monitoring the physiological status of hundreds of millions of patients each year, Masimo Sleep significantly expands consumers’ ability to make healthier decisions, at home, by equipping them with what we believe is the best solution for this need.”

Masimo Sleep is not FDA 510(k) cleared. It is available as a general wellness product. Pre-order here.


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