ten3T has been selected by Google as one of the top ML startups and is part of Google’s Launchpad Accelerator program.View Article
Cicer helped me diagnose my wife’s irregular heart rhythm and got us working on constructive solution. I thank you for inventing a wireless battery operated ‘Wearable ECG diagnostic Patch’ It really makes all us Indians extremely proud of you and your team’s achievement
Lt. Gen Jagdish Chander
We were able to detect a patient, in the casualty ward, going into bradycardia. Thanks to the patch, we immediately moved him to the I.C.U. This monitoring system worked out to be pretty useful and we have been using it on a regular basis in most of our cases since.
Shirdi Sai hospital
The Cicer patch is accessible, affordable and high quality medical technology. It has allowed us to detect and intervene during events such as respiratory distress, hypoxemia, and tachycardia immediately. The patients love the comfort of it and the physicians can monitor from wherever, whenever
Life Care Hospital
Healthtech startups in India are using artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to bring health care services to underserved and unserved areas
ten3T's platform is geared to predict illness earlier, faster, and more accurately as it gets featured amongst the top hardware startups in the country
ET's look into how Cicer came about and its benefits in clinical practice
A look into how Cicer helped diagnose an intermittent cardiac disorder, and how it can help many others
Dr. Sudhir Borgonha, Co-Founder and CEO, ten3T talks about how patients can be moved out of expensive ICU beds using ten3T's proprietary innovations
BENGALURU: Real-time cardiac monitoring company ten3T has secured funding from pi Ventures to beta test its first device. "At pi Ventures, we are looking to support disruptive product companies in the applied artificial intelligence, machine learning and IoT (internet of things) space, and ten3T presents a very compelling case,"
The funds raised by the company will be deployed to beta test its first device, Cicer in multiple healthcare settings, including doctors in private practice, nursing homes and for at-home monitoring. The device monitors real time ECG, respiration, pulse and temperature and streams them simultaneously in real time to the doctor’s tablet and the nursing station.
Rahul Shingrani, Co-Founder, ten3T shared his experiences and perspectives on building healthcare monitoring devices and data ecosystems for artificial intelligence in healthcare at IFC, New Delhi