At the OPPO INNO DAY Future Technology Conference 2022, the health business brand OHealth released the first home smart health concept product OHealth H1. It uses OPPO’s self-developed technology. Due to it, the OHealth H1 realizes medical-grade precision monitoring of six health signs data, including body temperature, ECG, heart rate, blood oxygen, heart and lung sounds, and sleep.
Shape and sensors
As for design, the OHealth H1 adopts an arc shape. Its size is comparable to that of a tiny mouse. The product uses a central symmetrical, and compact layout on the back, which meets the medical test standards.
The OHealth H1 home smart health monitor consists of the main body and the OHealth app. The self-developed core hardware and algorithms support medical-grade precision body temperature, ECG, heart rate, blood oxygen, heart, and lung sound auscultation, and sleep monitoring. Through the OHealth app, users can also comprehensively record and manage the health data of individuals and family members.
The OHealth H1 uses a thermopile sensor and a TOF distance sensor in terms of body temperature measurement. Plus, there is an infrared non-contact technology that measures body temperature. It operates within 1 second, and the measurement error is ±0.2°C.
As for heart and lung sound auscultation, this product uses a self-developed electronic stethoscope based on piezoelectric ceramic sensors as sound pickup components. Compared with mainstream telemedicine stethoscopes, the H1 auscultation signal quality is better, and the frequency response curve is more stable. So it can help doctors judge heart and lung diseases more accurately.
In terms of ECG and heart rate measurement, the OHealth H1 uses stainless steel electrodes with a larger area than wearable devices. So it has better signal quality and higher accuracy in atrial fibrillation detection. It also supports premature ventricular and premature atrial recognition.
Another feature is the arrhythmia prompting. The overall index, single arrhythmia sensitivity, and specificity index are better than other wearable devices currently on the market.
OHhealth H1 monitoring functions
The OHhealth H1 provides users with a PPG blood oxygen measurement solution. Users only need to press their fingers into the groove to perform blood oxygen measurements when using the product. Since the finger has more capillaries than the wrist, the data measured by the H1 is more accurate and reliable than the blood oxygen measured by the watch. It can reach the same accuracy as the mainstream medical oximeter and is more suitable as a basis for medical diagnosis.
Moreover, users only need to take one action and one measurement to simultaneously obtain the ECG, heart rate, and blood oxygen data.
In addition, compared with the sleep monitoring functions of watches and bracelets, the OHhealth H1 achieves zero interference and multi-dimensional sleep monitoring. With the support of high-precision IMU inertial sensors, it can complete sleep quality assessment through collected data such as breathing rate, snoring, body movement, etc. Users do not need to wear a watch or bracelet. Just place the device within 20cm of the pillow to complete sleep quality monitoring.
Through the OPPO Andes Smart Cloud, this product has the ability to store and manage health data in the cloud. Under strict user authorization, medical staff can interpret the user’s health sign data through the doctor’s OHealth app and conduct remote consultations. That’s not a secret that the long-term accumulated data has played an important auxiliary role for doctors regarding disease diagnosis and medication management. So now, a specific product can collect data in one storage. At the same time, it can build a complete user health profile on the cloud and then provide users with more lifestyle and medical guidance.