Ohsu clinical trial concussion

by Sam Draper

June 25, 2018

OHSU Clinical Trial Seeks to Revolutionize Concussion Treatment With the Help of Wearable Device

Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) is seeking to revolutionize treatment for traumatic brain injuries and concussions with a clinical trial where sensors are used to track a patient’s balance. Nearly 1.5 million people suffer concussions each year and among these people more than 20% continue to have symptoms months or even years after the […]

Sensors revolutionize healthcare

by Sam Draper

June 22, 2018

Are Sensors Going to Revolutionize Healthcare?

The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly, and while it’s been impacted by some of the technology-driven change, it hasn’t experienced it to the extent that other industries have. However, that is going to change with the emergence of health sensors. Read more Sweat-Based Wearable Sensor May Soon Replace Blood Tests The sensor revolution is part […]

Assisted reality in field technology

by Stefanie Crucius

June 20, 2018

What Is Assisted Reality and How Does It Relate to Augmented Reality?

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies have found serious return on investment in enterprise settings, including field service organizations. Now, a new type of reality called Assisted Recently is finding its way into the field technology industry. Read more Eye-tracking is Going to Be a Game Changer for Virtual Reality In Assisted Reality, […]

wearable treats opoid addiction

by Sam Draper

June 19, 2018

DyAnsys Gets FDA Clearance For Its Wearable Device to Treat Opioid Addiction

DyAnsys, a company that provides advanced medical diagnostic and monitoring systems to hospitals and patients, has received clearance from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its auricular neurostimulation device called Drug Relief. The device is going to be used as an aid to reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal without narcotics. Read […]