Insulin Delivery System by Devina Kothari - Devina Kothari’s innovative solution for insulin delivery easily integrates into the user’s lifestyle with fashion-inspired wearable tech they can set and forget! It uses a closed-loop delivery method that detects blood glucose levels before slowly dispersing the appropriate insulin dosage. Read more at http://www.yankodesign.com/2014/10/14/fashion-inspired-insulin-delivery/#IitHK2aDXMAp7bl9.99

Insulin Delivery System: Pain free, automated system that monitors blood glucose levels before slowly dispersing the correct insulin dosage

The potential for digital health in the UK - GREAT information about how digital health has tons of potential to be successful.

The potential for digital health in the UK --- from 'Intellect' the, "go-to organisation for the UK tech industry. It is the trade association for the UK's tech sector, which represents developers and suppliers of digital technology and services"

Epilepsy aid uses wearable sensors  to predict seizures and call for help

Dialog wearable epilepsy aid by Artefact predicts seizures

Product: The Dialog Epilepsy Aid Made by: Artefact (American Tech company) What it does: uses wearable sensors to predict seizures and call for help Materials: Transparent adhesive paper

With new device Cur, you don't have to take medication for pain relief.

Wearable uses biometric sensors to ease your pain

wearables-in-healthcare infographic

Infographic visualization created byBoston Technology illustrates the facts, trends, different types, challenges and future of wearables in healthcare

Infographic visualization created byBoston Technology illustrates the facts, trends, different types, challenges and future of wearables in healthcare

2015 Is an important Year for Wearables.There are key trends and technological advancements that are making wearables a must have for patient engagement. Is your Hospital ready for Healthcare Revolution Click the Infographics beow for More info!

Wearable Technology That Feels Like Skin - NYTimes.com

Wearable Technology That Feels Like Skin

There is an emerging class of computers that adhere to the skin like temporary tattoos, or attach to the body like an old-fashioned Band-Aid.

Are You Ready for Sensors in Healthcare ? [Infographic] Wearables - ingestibles - on device 03/2015

How Innovations Using Sensors Can Disrupt Healthcare (infographic)sensors make sense in healthcare

The Digital Diagnosis [Infographic]

The Digital Diagnosis New digital health diagnosis infographic created by MDG Advertising comprehensively outlines how the lines between the healthcare industry and consumer electronics continue to blur with each passing year.

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