The New Paradigm in Cardiopulmonary Management: The Future Is Here

Non-Invasive Remote Cardiopulmonary Management

Utilizing the Sensinel Cardiopulmonary Management (CPM) Wearable and Base Station, a device for management of cardiopulmonary conditions such as heart failure (HF), we are introducing a next-generation solution for remote use by patients in home settings.

Goal: Reduce Emergency Room and Hospital Admissions

The Sensinel™ CPM System is designed to monitor patients and enable their care teams to prevent acute decompensation events that require emergency room care or hospital admission.

This is achieved by measuring and trending meaningful physiological measures correlated to hemodynamic changes daily, providing clinical data that allows clinicians to make early intervention decisions, without creating information overload.

Reliable & Accurate Monitoring in Home Settings

The Sensinel CPM Wearable is an easy to apply, non-invasive device that is worn by patients for three to five minutes per application. It measures physiological parameters from the comfort of a patient’s home care setting. It captures nine (9) specific cardiopulmonary indicators – diastolic heart sound strength, heart sounds, heart rate, relative tidal volume, temperature, thoracic impedance, respiratory rate, body posture, and single-lead ECG to measure heart, lung, and other functions.

These measurements are potentially indicative of the onset of a cardiopulmonary event, such as HF.

The Sensinel CPM Base Station transmits this data to the cloud, where the software platform trends these measures daily via intelligent algorithms.

CPM Device

No internet, smart phone, or tablet interface is required.

After daily readings are taken by the patient, the wearable is returned to the Sensinel CPM Base Station and the data measurements are automatically uploaded through a cellular connection to the Sensinel CPM Cloud for data analysis.

Data Review and Triage for Patient Care Teams

The physiological data collected and transmitted daily can be reviewed by an ADI clinical partner to identify patients exhibiting the possible onset of concerning hemodynamic changes.  Our clinical partners contact and triage patients to identify which require patient care team engagement. Patient care teams are only engaged for patients indicating the potential for an acute event. This enables patient care team efficiency.


At ADI, we’re passionate about turning tomorrow’s possibilities into reality through innovations that link the physical and digital worlds and fundamentally transform how chronic disease is managed to promote quality of life in an affordable manner.