The company announced that the innovative product, whose technological details are not known yet, is undergoing clinical trials in five cities across the world. The patent-pending invention is based on open standards software and cloud-based analytics. The system gives users real-time notifications and cloud-based AI solutions.
The mRhythm Study, an initiative of Cardiogram, the startup involved in providing a workable roadmap to the heart rate data of Apple Watch, has shown that atrial fibrillations can be detected with 97 percent accuracy through algorithms.
The University Of Kansas Medical Center is partnering with Garmin Health to foster innovation and better understand on how healthcare wearables can help in the detection and management of significant medical conditions. Their first research will focus on cardiac care and sleep apnea.
Fitbit announced yesterday that it plans to utilize Google’s new Cloud Healthcare API, in order to continue its push into the world of serious healthcare devices. It’s a bit of a no-brainer as far as partnerships go.
Health technology and clinical wearables are hot topics in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. They are creating waves of excitement and talking points for debate, while also topping many of the healthcare trends of this year.
The North-West charity aims to build the world’s first autism assessment and diagnostic centre in Wirral, where biometric technology will be used to measure physiological properties of people with autism.
A wearable device, developed by researchers at the GI Innovation Group out of the University of California San Diego, can track electrical activity in the stomach over a 24-hour period. The device works similarly to how an ECG would work for the heart, but instead it monitors the electrical activities of gastrointestinal tract.
Come this spring adults won’t be the only ones with their own line of Fitbit trackers. The company recently announced a new set of products including the Fitbit Ace, which is a tracker designed for children 8 years old and up, as well a much anticipated new smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa.
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