The Makani Science sensor is a result of over 10 years of research at the University of California, Irvine by Dr. Michelle Khine. Her vision for a easily accessible monitor for breathing came as a result of an event that involved her baby son who had a collapsed lung. With all the monitors he had on him, nothing was monitoring his breathing!
With co-founder Dr. Michael Chu, the Makani Respiratory Sensor was born. We believe we can make monitoring breathing accessible to everyone.
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