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Medco Health develops online monitoring system for people with sleep apnoea-hypopnoea syndrome

The company Medco Health at the Business, Scientific and Technological Park, Espaitec, of the Universitat Jaume I of Castellón, has developed an assistance system based on telemedicine using information and communication technologies, which allows an online daily monitoring of people… Read more →

JINS MEME Smart Eyewear Monitor Eye Movement, Blinking, Body Motion

We previously mentioned that wearables were huge at the 2015 International CES a couple weeks ago, but with so many companies coming out with their own versions of fitness bands, we got excited when we would come across a wearable… Read more →

More about Quell, NeuroMetrix’s smartphone-connected neurostimulator

NeuroMetrix (Waltham, MA) is no stranger to pain relief products. Back in 2012, we spoke with Dr. Shai Gozani, NeuroMetrix’s CEO, about its neurostimulator designed to address diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

At CES this year, NeuroMetrix announced Quell, a band… Read more →

Experts hail new Smartinhaler device that encourages child asthmatics to take medications

A new technology that encourages child asthmatics to take medications has been hailed by experts as a breakthrough device, after a landmark study, showed children were 180% more likely to comply with drug regimes.

The new Smartinhaler device called the… Read more →

Samsung’s Simband will help companies build better health wearables

Over the past few years, we’ve seen Samsung slowly entering the digital health space with ultrasound devices, medical grade TV monitors, and more recently, its line of Gear and Gear Fit trackers. This past week at the Health 2.0 WinterTech… Read more →

Wearable sensor clears path to long-term EKG, EMG monitoring

Researchers from North Carolina State Univ. have developed a new, wearable sensor that uses silver nanowires to monitor electrophysiological signals, such as electrocardiography (EKG) or electromyography (EMG). The new sensor is as accurate as the “wet electrode” sensors used in… Read more →

Mobile diagnosis device to help reduce unnecessary antibiotics prescribing

New biosensor-based technology could help to reduce the over-prescribing of antibiotics by giving GPs and other frontline healthcare staff an accurate and fast method of identifying the nature of infectious diseases.

The innovative hand held device developed by the UK-based… Read more →

Medgadget @ CES 2015: ADAMM Intelligent Asthma Management Wearable

Walking through expansive, smoke-filled casinos, traversing the miles and miles of exhibitors, and wading through the crowds too close for comfort, this editor was afraid his asthma might flare up as he made his way around CES in Las Vegas last week.… Read more →

Therapy Box releases app that allows people with limited vocal ability to use own voices

The UK-based Therapy Box has released the first app that allows people who have limited vocal ability or are losing their voices due to ALS and other disabling conditions to replace generic text-to-speech synthesis with a synthesizer based on their… Read more →

HealthLoop releases new doctor-patient engagement app

HealthLoop® released a new app of its doctor-patient engagement platform today. HealthLoop+ MD is another step forward in bringing the latest technology and innovation of next generation follow-up care to doctors and patients.

HealthLoop+ MD enables medical practices to provide… Read more →

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