90% of sleep apnea patients undiagnosed.

In Taiwan, it is estimated that 2.3 million people suffer from sleep apnea, but 90% of patients with sleep apnea are still undiagnosed.<br><br>Source: udn health, TSSM


90% sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) accounts for 90% of sleep apnea.<br><br>Source: tvbs health


> 71% chance of developing diabetes risk.

Sleep apnea is closely related to cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and if left untreated, many co-morbidities may arise.<br><br>Source: Heho Health

Current Challenges with OSA Sleep Apnea Monitoring

Long waiting time after booking sleep study.
About 20 test lines, which affects the sleep test result of the subject.
The need to go to a sleep center for overnight testing reduces willingness to be screened.
Limitations on testing equipment and beds make it impossible to increase the screening capacity to find more potential OSA patients.
Unable to long-term track patient status to evaluate treatment effectiveness.

Home OSA Monitoring System

Monitoring can be done in your own home at any time, eliminating the need to wait for a bed.

No matter what time of day or environment you are in, it is easy, affordable, and comfortable.

Wireless, no external fingertip probe, comfortable and no influence for patient's sleep analysis results.

The gold standard for diagnosing OSA in hospitals is Polysomnography (PSG), a time-consuming and uncomfortable process that involves attaching numerous wires and sensors to the patient's body and spending the night in the hospital. In fact, the patient is often left awake for most of the night, which can lead to a significant underestimation of the results of the sleep apnea test.

Device can be used at home, no need to go to a sleep center overnight.

Being able to monitor sleep apnea in your own bed is not only more convenient, but may also provide more accurate results than a PSG at a hospital sleep center. Moreover, monitoring sleep apnea in your own bed is the closest thing to reality.

Unlimited time and space, promoting screening capacity, early detection and treatment.

Many studies have shown that the unfamiliar environment of a hospital and the presence of too many wires and sensors may cause anxiety and difficulty in sleeping, which may falsify the test results; OSA monitoring at home can produce reports faster and provide quicker results.

Convenient for daily monitoring and long-term tracking to assess the effectiveness of treatment.

Home OSA monitoring can be used for long-term continuous monitoring, recording, and tracking the quality of sleep, and effectively preventing chronic diseases.

Our Solution

Wireless Medical Device

Highly efficient acquisition of physiological signals.
Bluetooth transmission for automated continuous monitoring and simultaneous uploading to mobile devices.
Wristwatch-like design for wireless comfort and freedom of movement.
Easy-to-operate interface, no need for personal guidance, suitable for home use.

Medical Algorithm

Stringent development process to ensure the accuracy of physiological parameters.
A large amount of data from clinical validation.
Strict validation process to ensure reliability.
Measurement scope based on medical standards.

Output of Medical Physiological Parameters



Mobile Device/Dongle

Dedicated APP and software to receive and transmit data.
Graphical data for easy interpretation and tracking.
Automated continuous monitoring and synchronized uploading to the cloud for recording and analysis.
Personalized sleep health data for long-term records and comparison.

Cloud Analysis System/Professional Sleep Analysis Report

Professional sleep analysis report and precise blood oxygen saturation index analysis.
Incorporated into the hospital health examination program and sleep center, and dental system joint assessment.
Long-term personal sleep health monitoring records, and tracking the effectiveness of improvement plans.

From Sleep Center to Home Sleep Care


oCare Pro 100
oCare Wrist Pulse Oximeter

Patented reflective physiological sensing modules.

Optimized optomechanics refined with biophotonic simulation analysis.

Proprietary algorithms.

Medical device certification FDA 510(K) K183556.

Medical device certification MOHW-MD-No. 005860.

Patented reflective physiological sensing modules.

Optimized optomechanics refined with biophotonic simulation analysis.

Proprietary algorithms.


Professional Sleep Analysis Reports

oCare Pro 100 can provide detailed sleep reports based on the biosignal data recorded by the device. Below are some common elements that may be included in a sleep report from a wearable sleep monitoring device.

Accurate Sleep Health Index Analysis

Self-monitoring at Home

Long-term Record Tracking

Inclusion in Medical System Co-assessment



  • One third of a person's life is spent on sleep. However, according to the latest survey conducted by the Taiwan Society of Sleep Medicine, more than 10% of Taiwan's population, about 2.3 million people, suffers from sleep apnea (OSA). However,

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