An innovative blood collection device

Technology that detects dangerously low white blood cell levels

Smart Bandages will protect from microbes

A special device for medical examination of ears

Ear Care is a special device for medical examination of ears of patients suffering from ear infection. The design of this medical instrument does not require many hands movements to inspect the patient, which reduces the risk of pain or damage to the drum membrane. This device is ideal for the examination of children, which usually move a lot that creates barriers during the inspection. Additionally, its miniature form does not cause stress and fear in children as ordinary large medical instruments.

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Sweatpatch detects important biometric data in real-time

GraphWear has designed a sweat sensor that would optimize athletic performance. Professional athletes use detailed blood (lat. Sanguis) and urine analysis to monitor various metrics such as dehydration, lactic acid, and glucose levels. However, blood and urine are inconvenient and the results are too late. That is why GraphWear developed SweatSmart, a patch which tracks dehydration, glucose, and lactic acid levels in real time, all via sweat. GraphWear Technologies is the Penn University spinoff. 

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A sweat sensor to monitor your health

A fully integrated system that simultaneously and selectively measures multiple sweat analytes, and wirelessly transmits the processed data to a smartphone has been developed by the team of researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. Specifically, it is for a flexible sensor system that can measure metabolites and electrolytes in sweat, calibrate the data based upon skin temperature and sync the results in real time to a smartphone. While health monitors have exploded onto the consumer electronics scene over the past decade, this device is the first fully integrated electronic system that can provide continuous, non-invasive monitoring of multiple biochemicals in sweat. This work presents a technology platform for sweat-based health monitors. 

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The device of sensor insertion of a cannula into a vein

Illuminated baby clothes cure jaundice

Respia is an asthma management device

Novel plastic sensors monitor various health conditions

A low-cost sensor made from semiconducting plastic that can be used to diagnose or monitor a wide range of health conditions, such as neurodegenerative diseases or surgical complications has been developed by the team of researchers at the University of Cambridge and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. The sensor can measure the number of critical metabolites, such as lactate or glucose, that are present in tears, saliva, sweat or blood, and, when incorporated into a diagnostic device, could allow health conditions to be monitored quickly, cheaply and accurately. The new device has a far simpler design than existing sensors and opens up a wide range of new possibilities for health monitoring down to the cellular level. Semiconducting plastics such as those used in the current work are being developed for use in solar cells and flexible electronics, but have not yet seen widespread use in biological applications.

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ECGlove helps rapidly monitor arrhythmias

Gloves for rapid monitoring of arrhythmia were developed by the Mexican company Soluciones Kenko. An innovative wearable device called ECGlove is designed to help doctors and paramedics quickly check a patient for cardiac arrhythmia. In the normal state, each stroke (lat. Apoplexia) of the heart is accompanied by a sequential contraction of its divisions - the atria and the ventricles. A clear rhythm of these cuts at regular intervals, from 60 to 80 beats per minute - is a sign of the normal functioning of a healthy heart. With an arrhythmia, the heart rate changes. It can be as much less (bradycardia), and several times more than normal (tachycardia). The irregular rhythm of the heart rate is called the common name of 'arrhythmia'. In the United States, about 500,000 people die of sudden cardiac death a year.

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Mechanized underwear fights lower back pain

Cоmbining the sciencе of biomechаnics and advancеs in wearable tech, a smart, mechanized undergarment that cоuld hеlp prevent lower back pain was designеd by a tеam of engineеrs from the Vanderbilt University. 

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