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GlobalData has identified the leading companies in skin patches for healthcare, suggesting that miniaturisation and lower costs of development will result in significant market growth and demand for wearable sensors in the market. Read more

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Maxim Integrated Products has introduced a solid-state, cuffless, blood pressure solution in a bid for more convenient monitoring – meeting Class II regulatory accuracy limits. Read more

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Drug packaging and medical devices solutions provider Datwyler is placing emphasis on digital health and wearables at Medica. Read more

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Theranica Bioelectronics, a bio-medical technology company developing advanced electroceuticals for migraine and other pain disorders, has forged a partnership with CEAR to recycle its smartphone-controlled prescribed wearable for migraines. Read more

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Phillips-Medisize is to manufacture a wearable drug and device combination product for a leading biotechnology player, the company has announced. Read more

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A falls prevention technology, developed in Scotland, has been announced as a finalist in the ITEC Awards. Read more

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Compamed will showcase the entire spectrum of supplier expertise for the medical technology industry in Düsseldorf this Novmeber. Read more

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Stanford engineers have developed a way to detect physiological signals emanating from the skin with sensors that stick like band-aids and beam wireless readings to a receiver clipped onto clothing. Read more

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A new wearable technology uses nudge theory to match consumer products to an individual’s genotype and encourage better habits. But patenting such advanced technology isn’t easy, as Robert Lind from Marks and Clerk explains. Read more

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Michael Garry from Amada Miyachi Europe discusses a growing trend in preventative health in wearable technology, and how engineers of such devices must find solutions to make medical technology flexible and durable. Read more

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Scientists at Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences in Krems, Austria (KL Krems) are currently developing a tool that collects psychological data as part of a study of laughter in everyday life. Read more

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Stretchable electronics is emerging as a promising new technology for next-generation wearable devices, according to a review published in Science and Technology of Advanced Materials. Read more

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Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is working alongside ItoM Medical BV and Blumorpho to support the development of a wearable medical device focused upon improving treatment for children with uncontrolled asthma. Read more

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Arrow Electronics in conjunction with Analog Devices' comprehensive portfolio of technology and design solutions are helping shape the future of healthcare equipment and device designs. Read more

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Exhibitors are starting to register for Medica 2019 as planning is underway for the trade show that takes place in Düsseldorf in November. Read more

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Sensor manufacturer Sensirion and pump technology specialist Quantex will be presenting a concept study in the field of infusion technology at this year’s MD&M West. Read more

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As the annual Web Summit conference arrived in Lisbon in late 2018, it brought with it healthcare start-ups and medical technologies from around the globe to offer a glimpse into the wide-ranging future of medical technology. Read more

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Scientists from the University of Vermont have found that wearable sensors could help detect anxiety and depression in young children. Read more

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The future of wearables in health and wellness and how to design meaningful technology for the real world was discussed at the GIANT Health expo in London. Read more

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Patients with long-term health conditions are willing and able to track their own health with technology, with the trend set to grow according to a study from Lenus Health. Read more

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