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By Jonah Comstock May 5, 2014
Tel Aviv, Israel-based HealthWatch is working on another entry for the still emerging smart textile field. At the American Telemedicine Association conference in Baltimore, Maryland, the startup previewed its hWear line of tshirts with interwoven ECG sensors, allowing the shirt to function as a 3 to 15 lead ECG. "A cardiologist will not formally diagnose a heart attack until you’ve taken a 12-...
By Aditi Pai April 2, 2014
The AliveCor Heart Monitor can be a cost-effective method to identify high risk of stroke in adults over 65 years old, according to a recent feasibility study published in the journal Thrombosis and Haemostasis. AliveCor's heart monitor is available in the form of a smartphone case or a peripheral that attaches to the back of the phone. It sends data to a companion app that stores the device's...
By Chris Gullo October 26, 2011
Researchers at the Swiss university Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)'s Embedded Systems and Telecommunications Circuits lab have developed a non-invasive wireless cardiac monitor powered by a smartphone. The prototype is intended to alert potential patients and their doctors to cardiac anomalies. The wireless body sensor network (WBSN) uses four sensors applied to the skin, as...
By Chris Gullo October 25, 2011
Real-time patient monitoring startup Isansys Lifecare, a UK-based company founded by a former CEO of Toumaz, announced this week the opening of Isansys Lifecare Systems, an India-based venture that aims to capitalize on that country's emerging healthcare industry. The Bangalore-based company officially formed this past July. Isansys offers the Lifecare Platform, a web-based vital sign monitoring...
By Brian Dolan July 27, 2010
El Camino Hospital, also known as "the hospital of Silicon Valley," had deployed Medtronic's Lifenet System to wirelessly transmit a patient's electrocardiogram (ECG) information from the ambulance back to the hospital's emergency department. This enables doctors to assess the patient's status in real-time, according to a report in Healthcare IT News. The 542-bed acute care center can also ...
By Brian Dolan January 20, 2010
Wearable Information Networks (WIN) Human Recorder, a Japanese startup, just brought a wireless ECG sensor service to market, according to a report in Japanese news portal Nikkei. WIN's Human Recorder system collects data from a lightweight wireless sensor attached to the user's chest that transmits data wirelessly to a mobile phone or PC. The Human Recorder system is capable of measuring ECG...
By Brian Dolan January 4, 2010
According to a report from the Associated Press just before the holidays, Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based LifeSync Holdings bought a number of medical patents from Motorola. According to the AP, LifeSync purchased the Besson Patent Portfolio and various other patents that enable wireless monitoring of patients from Motorola. The companies did not disclose the terms of the deal. LifeSync Holdings...
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