In November, FDA’s device center will select which app is welcomed into the program, and the selected will have amplified interactions with FDA during the progress of their products. FDA will grant the advanced device nomination to products that meet the permitted criteria without requiring a separate application.
The company also announced that it service has recorded 10,000 pregnancies amongst its users. Ava launched its first wearable in 2016 and announced that the bracelet can detect a new pregnancy. Although it can be also be used to evade pregnancy.
According to an estimate by SNS Telecom & IT, the present vibrant ecosystem is bound to trigger the growth of the mHealth market at more than USD 28 billion in 2018. In spite of impediments presented by regulation, patient acceptance and privacy concerns, the sector is expected to clock a CAGR of around 30 percent over the next three years.
With a view to reducing waiting time for patients, a group of doctors in a Nigerian hospital has unveiled a mobile app. The app is expected to bring a paradigm change in healthcare delivery services in the country.
To diagnose any kind of gastrointestinal problems, an ingestible sensor equipped with a genetically engineered bacteria was developed by an MIT research team. This ‘bacteria-on-a-chip’ combined sensors with ultra-low-power electronics, which could convert the bacterial response into a wireless signal that can be read by a smartphone.
ClearCare Homecare Technology Company has developed HomeConnect Application Programming Interface – API which will help home care providers to connect directly to hospitals for referrals, care management, and billing.
Cincinnati-based startup Eccrine System has developed a health wearable devices called Sweatronics which tracks your health using sweat. Other bodily fluids like urine and blood contain plenty of the body information’s but are not as easy to collect. However, Sweatronics needs only sweat samples that is produces automatically while working or even sleeping.
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