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The Actiheart is a compact, chest-worn monitoring device that records heart rate, Inter-Beat-Interval (IBI), and physical activity in one combined, light-weight waterproof unit.


The MotionWatch is one of the most unobtrusive Actigraphy devices available, leading to high patient compliance. With an in-built ambient light sensor and event marker, the MotionWatch provides the ideal solution for long-term recording with no interruptions for battery charging.
  • Compact and lightweight: less than 10 grams
  • Clips onto two ECG electrodes worn on the chest
  • Non-invasive technology with waterproof design.
  • Light-weight waterproof wrist worn actigraph.
  • USB data transfer eliminates need for a reader.
  • Records up to 120 days with a 1 minute epoch.
PRO-Diary – Electronic Diary with Motion Analysis

PRO-Diary – Electronic Diary with Motion Analysis

The PRO–Diary is a compact wrist–worn electronic diary with an integrated activity monitor designed to collect Patient Reported Outcome (subjective data) and Actigraphy (objective data) simultaneously.
TMG - Functional Muscle Diagnostics

TMG - Functional Muscle Diagnostics

Tensiomyography is non-invasive, practical, fast and reliable. It helps to quantify rehabilitation or training progress and provides an objective assessment of the efficacy of a treatment protocol. TMG™ Functional Muscle Strain Diagnostics inherently assesses the functional capacity of an injured muscle within minutes. Individual muscle heads can be measured in isolation providing unique, selective information.
  • The patient can report on symptoms, effect, behaviour and cognitions closely in time to experience, and these reports are obtained many times over the course of a study.
  • Integrated accelerometer provides activity and sleep data.
  • Key tool for Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA).
  • The PRO–Diary can offer much higher levels of compliance than paper based alternatives.
  • Functional Muscle Strain Diagnostics assessment helps determine the extent of injury-induced dysfunction and the muscle’s remaining functional capacity
  • Comparison with the uninjured contralateral muscle helps monitor early phase recovery
  • Functional Muscle Strain Diagnostics measurements help determine recovery of functional capacity, so more effective and efficient rehabilitation can be safely administered
  • Informs how muscle function is affected and which safety limits apply in rehabilitation.