Over 1/3 of people aged 70 and over fall each year globally,
and close to half of those falls occur to a sudden loss in conciousness (WHO) (NEJM).

Symbiont Health™ strives to reduce the waiting time for rescue.
Therefore, we've introduced Symbiont's fall detection device: an unobtrusive wearable to reliably detect falls.

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  • Scheduling
  • Medicine
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Seamless wearable devices
that are inconspicuous.

We've prototyped alongside patients to develop a patent-pending, cosumer-centric design.

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Intuitive Sync with
existing wearables and phones

Symbiont Health™ has developed Android and iOS smartphone-and-smartwatch-based fall detection apps.

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An internet connected,
seamless wearable device

When there is a fall detected, the system takes note of the patient's vitals. Doctors are able to view vital signs to diagnose, treat, and save lives immediately.

We've developed for our own grandparents, and they love it!

At the Arden Courts of Kensington, a memory care community,
we have received feedback from over 40 patients. Here are the values we highlight in our solution:

  • Biggest Threat to Seniors

    Each year, 1 in 3 older Americans takes a fall. The CDC published that falls are the leading cause of injuries and deaths from injury for elderly.

  • Head Injuries

    Falls cause 60% of seniors' traumatic brain injuries. There may be bleeding within the skull that can cause a stroke and even death following a fall.

  • "Lie Time" Problems

    Half of seniors who fall can’t get up on their own. A UCSF study found that "lie time" of 72 hours increases mortality by 67%.

  • Ease of Mind

    We are grandchildren of independent patients with neuro-degenerative diseases and understand how worrisome the situation is. That's why we keep loved ones connected.

  • Fall Detection

    Research shows that getting up from a fall in under an hour decreases mortality rate substantially to 12%.

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