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Imperial College London Soft medical sensors

Researchers Develop Soft Medical Sensors by Bonding Rubber and Electrical Components

The increased use of digital technologies for improved health care is driving the need for soft sensors. Scientists have long been trying to develop such sensors, but none have made it to market because they cannot easily be integrated with electronic components, like the wires, computer chips and batteries needed to gather, process and send […]
G Medical raises 20 million

G Medical Innovations Raises $20.5 Million to Grow its US and International Sales Force

G Medical Innovations, a Cayman Islands-based company that makes real-time vital signs monitoring tools, raised $20.5 million in investments over the course of three years from Luxembourg-based investment group GEM Global. The company said it will use the money to grow its sales force in the US and worldwide, reports MobiHealthNews. “This is the funding […]
Diodes PAM8904E Sounder Driver

Diodes’ Enhanced Sounder Driver Delivers Higher Performance at a Lower Voltage

Diodes Inc., an American manufacturer and supplier of discrete, logic, analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, announced an enhanced version of its popular sounder driver for small and portable devices. The tiny PAM8904E delivers higher performance at a lower voltage. Related Nordic Semiconductor Launches Bluetooth 5.1 SoC for Multi-Protocol Applications Manufacturers now use miniature piezo and ceramic […]
VitalCare Medication adherence

VitalCare Remote Patient Monitoring Platform Now Includes Medication Adherence Module

VitalTech, a company focused on enhancing the quality of life for seniors through connected care services and smart wearable devices, included a medication module to its VitalCare remote patient monitoring platform. Clinicians and patients can now set medication reminders by time of day, which are then sent to the patient’s tablet or smartphone. These reminders […]
Spark Biomedical clinical trial

Spark Biomedical Launches Clinical Trial to Validate its Auricular Neurostimulation Device for Opioid Withdrawal...

Spark Biomedical, a Texas-based neurostimulation device company developing solutions for opioid withdrawal, announced open patient enrollment in their clinical trial to validate the company’s auricular neurostimulation device for opioid withdrawal. Dubbed Phoenix™, the device delivers mild electrical stimulation to cranial nerve branches for the treatment of symptoms associated with opioid withdrawal. Read more This Wearable […]
ActLight DPD

ActLight’s Ultra-Small Size and Low Power Consumption Make It Ideal for Heart Rate Monitoring...

Wearables aren’t just something that you wear around your wrist anymore. Hearables – a new type of wearables – are becoming popular. Hearables are smart electronic in-ear-devices designed for wireless communication, health monitoring and fitness tracking. These devices also can translate languages in real time and can be operated via voice command. For vital signs […]