BioStamp nPoint®

BioStamp nPoint is an FDA 510(k) cleared medical device designed to collect medical grade, clinical quality bio-metric, physiological and other eCOA data in a clinical trial setting.

The system processes raw data into recognizable clinical metrics including vital signs, activity and posture classification, sEMG, and sleep metrics. The sensors are multi-modal, multi-location, rechargeable and reusable. All collected data are processed and stored in a secure cloud that can be synchronized with third party EDC and CTM systems. 

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Discontinuation Update

On June 1st, 2019, MC10 will discontinue all further cloud service, data storage and software support of the BioStampRC® product. All stored data including legacy studies, in-process studies, draft protocols, text, raw sensor data, processed metrics and descriptive subject information will no longer be accessible or retrievable. Please follow the commands within the Investigator Portal to download any essential / irreplaceable information. Stored data is also available through the API Docs link on the footer of the Investigator Portal or downloaded, save the information to an appropriate archival form.

Sales of the BioStampRC® system were discontinued in July of 2018. BioStamp nPoint®, an FDA 510(k) cleared medical device was introduced in July of 2018 and represents the next generation of remote ambulatory biometric data collection systems. The BioStamp nPoint® system retains all the functionality of the BioStampRC® product with many improvements and enhancements. Please refer to or email to learn more about transitioning to BioStamp nPoint®. 




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