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Binah app Bvue uses phone camera

This App Can Detect Up To 15 Vital Signs Through Your Phone’s Camera

Bvue, an app, developed by Tel Aviv-based startup Binah.ai, can detect up to 15 vital signs by using only your phone’s camera. The AI-driven app uses light reflecting from the user’s cheeks to read their heart rate, oxygen saturation, respiration, mental stress, and heart rate variability, and more. Read more Smartphone App Assesses Anemia By […]
Drawing bioelectronics on skin

MU Engineers Develop New Method Of Allowing Patients To Draw Their Biomedical Sensors On...

Some of the most widely used wearable devices are applications for assessing and monitoring vital signs. However, they are typically complex devices and tend to be expensive and fragile. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri have invented a method of using simple graphite pencils and paper to create highly functional bioelectronic devices. Read more […]
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). […]
Sweat Sensor Monitors Health

Wearable Device Gathers Large Samples From Sweat For Monitoring Health

Although sweat is mostly water, there are many solutes that are found in sweat that have at least some relation to biomarkers found in the blood. Wearable sweat sensors for monitoring biomarkers for chronic health conditions are of significant commercial interest. Read more This Wearable Sensor Helps Your Body Maintain Optimal Levels Of Vitamin C […]
EPFL smart textile

Smart Textile Fibers Powered By Soft Transmission Lines Measure Wearer’s Health

At the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), researchers have developed electronic fibers that, when embedded in textiles, can collect a wealth of information about our bodies by measuring subtle and complex fabrics deformations. Their technology relies on transmission line theory and offers a host of applications, such as in health care and robotics, […]
BioButton for COVID19

BioButton Provides Affordable COVID-19 Symptom Monitoring For Patients At Home, Enabling Safe Return to...

Silicon Valley firm BioIntelliSense announced the advancement of its medical-grade biosensor product portfolio and Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) platform with the introduction of the BioButton™ device. The BioButton is a coin-sized, disposable medical device that measures continuous temperature and other vital signs in patients at home, high-risk individuals, frontline healthcare professionals for a remarkable 90 days, and […]