Clinical

TLT’s R&D programme has pioneered the discovery, research, design and development of a breakthrough technology for superior automated BPM with a novel device and biosensor that delivers highly accurate blood pressure (BP) readings under all medical conditions and sub-population groups including those groups (young, old, overweight, etc.) where existing technology is deficient and inaccurate. The device is based on internationally patented, ground breaking, optoelectronic methods applied in a non-invasive manner that enables direct measurement of blood pressure in a digital format.

Dr Art Tucker — introduction to TLT

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Dr Tucker outlines TLT’s future clinical programmes

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Dr Tucker comments on the clinical trial of the TLT blood pressure sensor

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Dr Tucker describes the utility and applications of the TLT sensor

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Dr Tucker comments on TLT’s optical pressure modulation technology

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Dr Tucker outlines the problem of hypertension

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Consultant surgeon Mr Abhay Chopada comments on the TLT technology

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Measuring blood pressure on the radial forearm artery with the TLT sapphire sensor

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Measuring blood pressure on the radial artery with the TLT sapphire sensor

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Measuring blood pressure on the carotid artery with the TLT sapphire sensor

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Measuring blood pressure on the ulnar artery with the TLT sapphire sensor

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Measuring blood pressure on the subclavian artery with the TLT Sapphire sensor

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Measuring blood pressure on the carotid artery with the TLT Sapphire sensor

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Measuring aortic knuckle blood pressure with the TLT Sapphire sensor

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Measuring blood pressure on the temple with the TLT Sapphire sensor

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TLT’s Nita Shah features on the Simon Mayo show on BBC Radio 2

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A demonstration of the cuffless sensor and its output

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Nita Shah explains the significance of the TLT sensor technology

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An Introduction to Tarilian

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