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Cathy Russey () is Online Editor at WT | Wearable Technologies and specialized in writing about the latest medical wearables and enabling technologies on the market.Cathy can be contacted at info(at)wearable-technologies.com.
Biofourmis arrhythmia detection RhythmAnalytics

FDA Clears Biofourmis’ AI-Driven Arrhythmia Detection Platform RhythmAnalytics

Biofourmis, a Singapore-based health-tech startup, has received FDA clearance for its cloud-based software, RhythmAnalytics, which helps healthcare professionals in detecting cardiac arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeat. The cloud-based software uses enhanced deep learning to detect over 15 types of cardiac arrhythmia with beat-by-beat morphology computation that includes ventricular arrhythmias, ventricular ectopic beats and all non-paced arrhythmias […]
Abbott Confirm Rx

Abbott’s Confirm Rx Smartphone Compatible ICM Offers More Accurate Detection of Arrhythmia

Abbott launched a smartphone-compatible next-gen insertable cardiac monitor (ICM) called Confirm Rx™ for more accurate remote monitoring of unpredictable heart rhythm problems. The small paperclip-sized implantable device offers more accurate detection of arrhythmia than traditional devices. Related Large U.S. Study Suggests Apple Watch Can Detect Irregular Heartbeat An arrhythmia is a problem with the rhythm […]
Garmin menstrual cycle tracker

Garmin Adds Menstrual Cycle Tracking to its Wearables and Smartwatches

Garmin has added a new feature for its female users allowing them to track menstrual cycles through Garmin wearables and smartwatches. The new feature gives users the ability to log symptoms and track cycles, and offers up additional context via Garmin Connect, the company’s mobile app. Throughout the month, users will get educational content on […]
3D Optical Biopsy

3D Optical Biopsies Possible with Optical Fiber Technology, Say RMIT Researchers

Researchers at RMIT University in Australia have shown that existing optical fiber technology could be used to produce microscopic 3D images of tissue inside the body. Published in Science Advances, the technology could pave the way for minimally invasive 3D optical biopsies. Read more UMich Scientists Develop Wearable Device that Captures Live Bloodborne Cancer Cells […]
Vuzix Eaton ATEX smartglasses

Vuzix-Eaton Partnership to Develop Smartglasses for Hazardous Workplaces

In a workplace, flammable gases, mists or vapors or combustible dusts may cause hazardous atmosphere. According to both federal law and state law, employers must ensure that they provide a safe working environment for their employees. Related Singapore’s Changi Airport Construction Site Using Smartglasses and other technology for Safety and Security Measures Vuzix, a leading […]
Microsoft shares hit 1 trillion dollars

Microsoft Hits $1 Trillion Market Cap Becomes 3rd US company to Do So

Microsoft is now the US’ most valuable company, hitting $1 trillion market cap when its shares jumped as much as 5.1% on April 25th. Expectations are high for the tech sector, after the Nasdaq climbed to an intraday record on the day. Microsoft made history as the third US company to reach this milestone, following […]