Wearables and Optics Make Sedation Safer

Wearables and Optics Make Sedation Safer

Respiratory depression leading to death under sedation remains one of the greatest dangers of anesthesia, 170 years since William Thomas Green Morton demonstrated the controlled use of ether to produce insensitivity to pain Massachusetts’s General Hospital in...
Wireless Flexible Sensor System

Wireless Flexible Sensor System

The Health Tech world is constantly searching for a better sensor platform. Some of the important characteristics include wireless connectivity, flexibility, and multiple sensors. Trying to incorporate rigid components such as integrated circuit chips and batteries...
Small Wearable to Track Epilepsy Data

Small Wearable to Track Epilepsy Data

  According to the Epilepsy Foundation, it is the fourth most-common neurological disorder, affecting more than 3.4 million people in the U.S. alone. It results in recurrent, unprovoked seizures, which can present in different forms and with varying intensity. The...
Study of Wearables for Seniors

Study of Wearables for Seniors

Fitness bands have become very popular in recent years (though many seem to end up in a kitchen drawer after a few months). But what if you’re not so interested in fitness, but would rather track other health and wellness factors? Do these devices have any...