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Health patch with long battery life to measure vital signs

Health patch with long battery life to measure vital signs
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2019), in Las Vegas, imec and TNO are presenting the latest version of their health patch. Developed in the framework of the Holst Centre in Eindhoven, the new health patch offers comfort and a long battery life. It can also be manufactured at a fraction of the cost of previous generations, making it a user-friendly, disposable solution for ambulant patient monitoring.
8th January 2019

Enabling true stereo audio streaming to hearing aids

Enabling true stereo audio streaming to hearing aids
Licensor of signal processing platforms and artificial intelligence processors for smarter, connected devices, CEVA has announced that Sonova Holding, the provider of hearing solutions, has licensed and deployed CEVA’s RivieraWaves Bluetooth IP in its latest SWORD 3.0 wireless chip for hearing aids and other smart hearing devices.
28th November 2018

Data-logging solution for portable medical, wearable and IoT devices

Data-logging solution for portable medical, wearable and IoT devices
At the electronica trade fair, Cypress Semiconductor introduced a nonvolatile data-logging solution with ultra-low power consumption. This solution is ideal for the latest-generation portable medical and wearable devices and other IoT applications that demand nonvolatile memories to continuously log an increasing amount of user and sensor data while using as little power as possible. 
22nd November 2018


Health sensor platform enables advanced monitoring

Health sensor platform enables advanced monitoring
The MAXREFDES101 Health Sensor Platform 2.0 from Maxim Integrated is in stock at Mouser Electronics. The MAXREFDES101 incorporates a comprehensive range of Maxim products to provide a rapid prototyping, evaluation, and development platform for medical applications, providing accurate monitoring of body temperature, heart rate, and electrocardiogram (ECG).
18th November 2018

Wireless multi-parameter patient monitor reference design

Wireless multi-parameter patient monitor reference design
This reference design is a simple, wearable, multi-parameter, patient monitor that uses a single-chip, biosensing front end, the AFE4900 device, for synchronised electrocardiography (ECG) and photoplethysmography (PPG) measurements. The measured data is transferred to a remote location using the CC2640R2F device (supporting BLE 4.2 and 5).
24th October 2018

Electronic skin patches: beyond medtech

Electronic skin patches: beyond medtech
  Electronic skin patches are a technology with great potential, largely within the healthcare sector. This is because in standard form they can monitor biology; such as glucose levels and activate attached components such as a diabetes medicine dispenser, with a comparatively unobtrusive form factor.
19th October 2018

Wrist-worn platform for monitoring ECG, heart rate and temperature

Wrist-worn platform for monitoring ECG, heart rate and temperature
  Designers seeking to enable continuous monitoring of various health parameters can now quickly create highly accurate wearable solutions using Health Sensor Platform 2.0 (HSP 2.0) from Maxim Integrated Products. 
19th October 2018

Electronic medical devices are going invisible

Electronic medical devices are going invisible
Wearable tech was born at the point where wireless connected technology grew up and became, paradoxically, smaller. Today, integrated tech that can be discretely worn by users is everywhere – from music and fashion to fitness. Whether it’s smartwatches, heart rate trackers or even clothing, there’s no shortage of integrated, miniaturised tech that allows us to keep tabs on ourselves as we go about our everyday life.
12th October 2018

Wearable sensors in healthcare

Wearable sensors in healthcare
By 2050, there will be around 83.7 million senior citizens in the United States, increasing rapidly from 49.2 million in 2016. The ageing population across the western world is no surprise to anyone in the healthcare profession, but medical technology (MedTech) has to adapt to meet these changing needs. 
3rd October 2018

Wrist-worn platform for monitoring health parameters

Wrist-worn platform for monitoring health parameters
  Designers seeking to enable continuous monitoring of various health parameters can now quickly create wearable solutions using Health Sensor Platform 2.0 (HSP 2.0) from Maxim Integrated Products. 
27th September 2018


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