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Nemocare Wellness Pvt Ltd

NemoCare aims to end all preventable neonatal and maternal deaths in the developing

world by building innovative affordable, accessible, highly accurate monitoring solutions for the emerging markets.We use unobtrusive wireless wearable sensors and networks,

analytical algorithms and big data as tools to provide continuous, high resolution

monitoring and preventive care for every patient in hospital, and at home- making sure that no stone is unturned to prevent any form of mortality and morbidity especially at the bottom of the pyramid. We use design thinking principles to build life-saving technologies that will transform the way healthcare is delivered. | Ph:+91-9902908472 |


Manoj Sanker (Co-Founder)

Manoj is a multi-skilled technologist and his interests span the areas of Smart Wearables, Internet of Things combined with Machine Learning, Signal Processing and Embedded Firmware Development and has two international  publications and two patents filed in the same field. He had an early exposure to technology driven entrepreneurship from his college days.He aspires to become a product leader. He looks forward to disrupt the maternal and neonatal healthcare industry with user centric, sustainable and impact driven innovation, thereby solving unmet needs.Fuller stack IoT developer with 7 years industry experience building the core hardware and software technology

Pratyusha Pareddy (Co-Founder)

Pratyusha is an industrial designer, with 7 years of experience in product and UX/UI design. Her interests lie in the areas of design research, human interaction, ethnography and business strategy. She is passionate about using design thinking to create accessible, meaningful solutions to solve the unmet needs.She is an alumnus of National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. It was during her stint there that she developed a keen interest to pursue work in the field of maternal and newborn health.

The Team

Product Details

Nemocare Raksha

Nemocare has developed an easy to use, wearable device (“Raksha”), that wraps around the foot and monitors 6 main vital signs  – Blood-oxygen saturation, heart rate, respiration rate, temperature, perfusion index and heart rate variability, 24 x 7. The device/platform can accurately notify healthcare workers so that they can intervene before it’s too late. In the back-end, vital signs are analyzed by a deep learning algorithm. The entire system works as an intelligent platform that gives accurate notifications and alerts to healthcare workers to enable timely intervention when a distress condition is detected. The device and algorithms are patent-pending. With no technology risk a hospital can make any of its beds into an ICU bed quickly. The simple and easy to use design allows it to be immediately deployable in a clinical setting.

The platform, hence has a comprehensive compilation of all the vital data required to analyze and inherently the data may be used in real time  provide early warning scores or other predictive indicators for other conditions and used offline to develop new predictive algorithms. This will prove to be a great decision making tool for the doctors to augment other clinical examination parameters and will help them allocate their resources better and provide quality care and regulate their use of antibiotics.

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Achievements and Awards



  • Received Grand Challenges Exploration $100k grant from Gates Foundation
  • BIRAC BIG Call13 awardee ,47.2 lacs grant in aid for developing an AI platform for prediction of babies risk of onset of  Sepsis
  • Part of Axilor NH healthcare accelerator cohort and received an investment of 10.5 lacs as CCD
  • Received Millennium Alliance Grant(DST,USAID,FICCI,UK Govt) in Call 6 for scale Up
  • Filed for 4 Indian patents(3 full specifications and 1 provisional)
  • Filed for International patent in US and Europe through PCT national entry
  • Filed for 6 Trade Mark registration in India
  • Received NOC from DCGI/CDSCO ,regulatory authority in India for medical devices and have permission to conduct studies in India
  • Ethical clearance from a public hospital-Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad to test for functionality and accuracy   on 100 babies
  • Clinical study ongoing and Ethical clearance from a private  hospital-Apollo Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad to test for functionality and accuracy  on 100 babies
  • Completed safety and functionality study at  Narayana Hrudalaya , Bangalore
  • Small batch manufacturing completed