Remote Multi Vital Monitor for the Six-Minute Walk Test


The Six-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) is a practical, simple test that measures the distance a patient can quickly walk on a flat, hard surface in a span of six minutes This globally recognized evaluation involves all systems during exercise, from the pulmonary and cardiovascular systems to peripheral circulation, blood, neuromuscular units, and muscle metabolism. The test doesn't require exercise equipment or advanced training for patients making it easy for clinicians to administer.

Implementing the 6MWT has been revolutionized by Vivalink's Mobile 6MWT App, which offers a comprehensive and customizable interface for live vitals monitoring, multi-patient assessment, cloud synchronization, and retrospective analysis.


Clinician Benefits

  • Multi-Patient Reusable
  • Live Vitals Viewing
  • Retrospective Data
  • Multi-Site Consolidation

Patient Benefits

Offering comfort and full mobility with an ultra-small, wireless device. The monitor measures the following data parameters

  • ECG, Heart Rate
  • Respiratory Rate
  • Oxygen Saturation
  • Plethysmography
  • Blood Pressure

Cloud Data Services

Cloud Data Services provided by Vivalink not only offer both raw and filtered data but also allow remote data access and clinical integration, delivering a seamless experience for clinicians.


Wearable Monitors

Wearable Monitors included in our suite includeare a Cardiac ECG Patch, Sp02 Monitor, and Wearable BP Cuff. These offer continuous data collection, significantly enhancing the 6MWT's effectiveness.

The Six-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) has never been so streamlined, accessible, and informative as it is with Vivalink's mobile application. Our technology provides a wireless solution that's perfectly designed for multi-patient assessments, live monitoring, and retrospective analysis. Transform your patient care and diagnostics with the Vivalink Mobile 6MWT App today.

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