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Purdue University AR telemedicine in Battlefield

AR Telemedicine Shown To Help Surgeons Guide First-Responders In Battlefield

When a soldier is wounded in the battlefield, it becomes very difficult to give them proper care, because operating rooms are too far from the battlefield. Generally, the Wounded in Action are far more numerous than those killed. A team of researchers from Purdue University and the Indiana University School of Medicine has developed an […]
Vitls Wins FDA Clearance

Vitls Wins FDA Clearance For Its Remote Patient Monitoring Platform

Houston, Texas-based Vitls Inc. won FDA 510(k) clearance for its Vitls Platform. The Vitls Platform is a combination of a vitals monitoring patch, cloud storage, and an app that lets clinicians monitor patients in multiple healthcare settings – from the hospital to the home. Read more Abbott Receives FDA Approval for Gallant Heart Rhythm Implants […]
Wearables Use During COVID19 Pandemic

Wearables Playing Crucial Role In Patient Monitoring During COVID-19 Pandemic

Wearable technologies can be innovative solutions for healthcare problems. According to a literature review of wearable technology applications by Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Inc. (HIMSS), wearable applications can directly impact clinical decision making. Wearable technologies enable the continuous monitoring of human physical activities and behaviors, as well as physiological and biochemical parameters during […]
Medtronic LINQ II FDA clearance

Medtronic Wins FDA Clearance And CE Approval For LINQ II Insertable Cardiac Monitor

Medtronic, the global leader in medical technology, announced it has received U.S. FDA clearance and European CE Mark approval for its LINQ II insertable cardiac monitor (ICM) with remote programming, which enables clinicians to optimize device settings without the need for patients to return to the office or hospital. The LINQ II system also delivers […]
Novel Apps Pushing Popularity Of Wearables

Innovative Applications Pushing The Popularity Of Wearable Devices

The wearable device market is largely driven by the increasing awareness of healthy lifestyle and fitness. In addition, recent technological advancements such the Internet of Things (IoT), which has opened the door to more sophisticated applications being integrated into wearable devices, has also pushed the popularity of some of the devices to new highs. Nowadays, […]
KYOCERA and TMDU Collaborate for COVID19

KYOCERA and TMDU Join Forces To Develop Wearable for Remote Rehab Monitoring During COVID-19...

Patients afflicted with COVID-19 require constant monitoring. However, being near these patients pose a challenge as the virus is highly contagious. Now, Kyocera Corporation and Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) announced a joint research project to develop a wireless headset that can remotely monitor high accuracy patient biometrics, such as blood oxygen saturation (SpO2). […]