Optimal Hydration for Everyday Health and Performance Personalized Hydration Monitoring Know and Control Your Body's Hydration

HydrostasisPersonalized Real-time Hydration Monitoring


Chronic Dehydration is Prevalent

3 in 4 adults in the U.S are chronically dehydrated

Just 2% water loss can lead to significant cognitive decline

A 3% water loss can result in up to 35% decrease in muscle endurance

10 Million older adults have been hospitalized or treated by a healthcare profession as a result of dehydration

Preventable dehydration in older adults costs the U.S. hospital $20 Billion per year

 

It’s All AboutPersonalized Monitoring


Hydrostasis™ is developing a Personal Hydration Index™ based on scientific methodologies and advanced technology. This easy-to-understand and actionable score enables you to actively manage your hydration.

Hydrostasis enables you to improve your everyday health and performance – no matter what you do. You don’t have to be an athlete to benefit from increased energy levels and better concentration – or reduce the risk of illness.


Developing TheLatest Technology

  • LED Sensor

    Sensors measure optimal hydration range based on each individual’s skin and body composition

  • Advanced Algorithms

    Advanced algorithms provides live plots of user’s hydration

  • Predictive Analytics

    Real-time decision making to optimize user’s hydration awareness for improving daily health and wellness

  • Mobile App

    Mobile Application notifies user before dehydration symptoms impact wellness and health

  • Secure & Private

    Cloud-based data storage keeps your information safe and secure

  • Community

    Ability to share Geca™ Hydration Data and trends with your family, friends and healthcare community to help you meet and maintain health and wellness goals




Major Impacts of
Dehydration


Impairment of Cognitive Function
and Mood

Decreased exercise and athletic performance

Increased kidney problems
and UTI

Dizziness, Muscle Weakness,
Risk of falling

Higher Risk of Heart Disease,
Low Blood pressure

Of courseScientifically
Proven

Sensor Technology based in
Diffuse Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

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Different Wavelengths of light allows us to extract hydration information from muscle tissue


Market
Feedback


If there were an accurate way to measure this at home for sick patients (both volume depletion and overload) this could be a game changer and would change the way we manage patients.

Benjamin H Han, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor
NYU Grossman School of Medicine of Medicine

While there are multiple measures to approximate dehydration including biologic measures (serum: osmolality, BUN, creatinine and sodium; urine: osmolality, specific gravity and color), none serve as a gold standard.”

Janet C. Mentes, PhD, APRN, FGSA, FAAN
Professor
UCLA School of Nursing


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