The Linshom Respiratory Monitor improves patient safety by providing continuous, uninterrupted, critical respiratory information through innovative monitoring technology. Linshom is safe, reliable, noninvasive, simple to apply to the patient and answers a critical unmet medical need. Linshom is patented in the U.S, and internationally.

FDA 510(k) cleared

Our Vision

Linshom is committed to improving patient safety and measuring critical respiratory information through innovative monitoring technology. Recognizing the lack of respiratory monitoring of compromised patients, both adult and pediatric has led to the creation of Linshom. Linshom has proven to be an accurate and easy to use device. It is neither invasive nor obtrusive and has a fail-safe design that minimizes the risk of catastrophic events. Linshom can be used in patients of all ages. Patients with beards, neck collars or invasive lines in their necks are easily monitored. Motion artifact do not interfere with the monitor. Additionally, Linshom works reliably at all ambient temperatures and could be easily used in field (EMT and military) applications.

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“I believe most hospital systems in the next 5-10 years will move to continuous monitoring” 

“The real question is what to monitor, how best to monitor and who to monitor”

– Dr. Ashish K. Khanna MD, FCCP, FCCM

Vice-Chief for Research for the Center for Critical Care & Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 

at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine

Why is respiratory monitoring important?

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Adequate ventilation is an important concern for patients and physicians in many situations and environments. Patients often exhibit depressed respiration following surgery, as a result of post-surgical pain, sedation secondary to analgesic medications, ineffective airway clearance, or impaired gas exchange. The Linshom Respiratory Monitoring Device (LRMD) is capable of non-invasively and portably measuring respiratory rate (RR), Relative Tidal Volume in patients with an oxygen mask in any setting.