monitor COPD ATTACKS in real-time
Revamp your lifestyle by managing COPD exacerbation attacks, monitoring your lung function and taking preventive measures in real-time
50% of COPD exacerbation attacks are undetected
Why it matters
monitor your lung function
Exacerbation hasten deterioration in pulmonary function and reduce quality of life. Patients who experience it are usually hospitalized, taking away time with their families.
Sylvee is the world's first AI-enabled wearable device designed to continuously monitor lung function
Incorporates active acoustic sensors within a wearable device secured to the chest that can be used 24/7
Continuously track and identify abnormalities in lung function in real-time
Real-time monitoring service enabling health providers to act earlier and prevent complications
67% accuracy of current methods to assess lung function doesn't enable patients to prevent attacks
We believe everyone deserves to enjoy life without having to worry about a health condition. For this reason, we are developing the first wearable device that can monitor your lung function before it leads to COPD exacerbation attacks. Our aim is to save lives and revolutionize COPD management, significantly improving patients' quality of life.
Our founder's inspiration
“My grandmother died of COPD in 2013, around the time I left a career as a surgeon to focus on public health. As I pursued my MTM at UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco, I began to think about incorporating technology to improve COPD management at home.
awards & recognitions
Respira Labs has been recognized as a world-class innovator working to solve a global problem impacting millions of lives.
Top 3 Bay Area Cohort
Company in Residence
ETeam Stage I-II grant winner
1st Price Winner
1st Prize Winner
Top 5 Overall
2nd Runner-Up Winnder
Respira Labs is comprised of world-class innovators who work to bring confidence and piece of mind to patients
Over 250 interviews show an impending need
“I have symptoms, but my heart rate and saturation are OK. I don’t know what to do. I’m scared, I don’t have a normal life”
— Patient with COPD