CES Asia wasn’t just about the latest gadgets and sleek new models from automakers. Three companies working on vitals monitoring, diagnosing cardiovascular disease and air quality monitoring explained how their innovation is improving our health and saving lives in a panel discussion focused on digital health.

Heart attack is the number one killer in the US and a leading natural cause of death in many parts of the world. It is usually caused by artery walls narrowing and hardening after plaque build-up. This condition is called atherosclerosis and Beijing-based Lohas Tech has developed BioRF, an artery radar sensor to diagnose this condition.

BioRF’s technology works by wirelessly sensing the vibration of proximal and distal artery wall, inputting the data into a daily management application where they can track and monitor your health. All of this comes in wearable adhesive bands and an app on your smartphone or tablet.

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Linda Lew

Linda Lew is a Beijing-based journalist who covers technology, start-ups and business in China. You can reach her at lindalew at aliyun dot com.