Category Archives: wearable devices

Collaborative research invents wearable devices to ward off diabetic foot ulcer
11 Aug
9:13

Collaborative research invents wearable devices to ward off diabetic foot ulcer

A collaborative research project bringing together four separate studies by researchers at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) in partnership with Qatar Foundation and several institutions in the United States, has led to the development of innovative, wearable devices which could enhance the prevention, management, and treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. The […]

Wearables and Welfare – How Connected Assistance Helps to Improve Lives
11 Aug
11:54

Wearables and Welfare – How Connected Assistance Helps to Improve Lives

Nowadays we have a life expectancy that is growing by a rate of 2-3 months every year It is foreseen than in 2060, one third of the population in Europe will be over 65 An aging population means that healthcare expenditure is getting more substantial, with more complex and costly […]

Beyond the Wrist: Rethinking Wearable Technology for Mental Health
11 Aug
9:40

Beyond the Wrist: Rethinking Wearable Technology for Mental Health

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Source: https://health.usnews.com/health-care/patient-advice/articles/2018-08-10/beyond-the-wrist-rethinking-wearable-technology-for-mental-health

Andreas Caduff on bringing wearable medical technology to consumers’ homes
11 Aug
9:15

Andreas Caduff on bringing wearable medical technology to consumers’ homes

“Looking at the insurance industry, we're seeing a number of activities and considerations ongoing One is, how can you actually get insurance to more people? Maybe people that are having a disease today, and are in that situation, they might not get an insurance Such wearables could possibly help them […]

Choosing the Right Instrument for Measuring and Characterizing Battery Drain of Wearable IoT Devices
11 Aug
6:37

Choosing the Right Instrument for Measuring and Characterizing Battery Drain of Wearable IoT Devices

Hello I'm Chris Kelly, Applications Engineer with Keysight Technologies My 33 years in the instrument development lab for Hewlett Packard, Agilent, and Keysight have given me experience that will help you make your decisions on how to measure this difficult problem of battery drain, current analysis in wireless IoT devices […]

Utilizing Intensity Minutes with Your Wearable
11 Aug
3:59

Utilizing Intensity Minutes with Your Wearable

Intensity Minutes is a new and helpful metric available on compatible Garmin devices The World Health Organization and other leading health organizations recommend adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity activity per week Moderate intensity activities are those where the intensity is low enough […]

Top 5 Best Smart Ring  which are Very Useful Tiny Wearable Futuristic Gadgets
11 Aug
1:20

Top 5 Best Smart Ring which are Very Useful Tiny Wearable Futuristic Gadgets

There are times when carrying a wallet or purse is impractical Uncomfortable, or just a little bit risky so we made curved the world's first contactless payment ring Now you can leave all this at home and still pay for stuff with a single gesture no pin or paired smartphone […]

Poole Hospital uses Wearable device to create new Healthcare reality for people with Epilepsy
10 Aug
10:42

Poole Hospital uses Wearable device to create new Healthcare reality for people with Epilepsy

The neurology department at Poole Hospital provides services to the whole of the county I was appointed as consultant here; my brief was to set up an epilepsy service The financial crisis meant that we didn't have anywhere near as much resource as we were originally promised and that led […]

Better sensors, analytics bring wearables closer to being health devices
10 Aug
10:07

Better sensors, analytics bring wearables closer to being health devices

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2018/08/10/better-sensors-analytics-bring-wearables-closer-to.html

How could wearable and smartphone tech help people with depression, epilepsy and MS?
10 Aug
8:03

How could wearable and smartphone tech help people with depression, epilepsy and MS?

The project looks into whether you can use something like a smartphone and a wearable device the kind of things people use to monitor fitness and activity whether these things can tell you something about someone's clinical condition and we are looking at three different disorders: depression, multiple sclerosis and […]