Inventing the first ever FDA-approved Pulse Oximetry | Leon Eisen | Digital Health Community
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In this podcast, Leon Eisen, the founder and executive chairman of Oxitone Medical and inventor of the world's first FDA-cleared wrist sensor pulse oximetry monitor shares wisdom about all things medical and wearable devices. From the history of medical devices to the business of building medical device digital health companies, Leon imparts valuable insights on design thinking, product development and how accurate medical wearables have become over the years. 

Who should listen to this? Anyone who is curious about medical and wearables devices, their implications in medicine and healthcare, incorporating these devices for health and wellness applications etc.

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