Company Delivers Secure Services for Google Glass

Company Delivers Secure Services for Google Glass

Head-mounted displays such as Google Glass clearly have the potential to revolutionize medical procedures and professional healthcare. Hands-free access to information anywhere and easy recording and sharing of audio and video content are just a few of the features...
3D Printed Brace Could Change Lives

3D Printed Brace Could Change Lives

Around the world, children and adults have debilitating conditions that require them to wear complex body braces. The current procedure to create these devices involves a lengthy process of plaster casts, measurements, fabrication, fitting, and modification as the...
Scientists Use Skin Patch to Monitor Blood Flow

Scientists Use Skin Patch to Monitor Blood Flow

Scientists at Northwestern University and University of Illinois have collaborated on creating a wearable device that can be used to monitor patient conditions around the clock. The thin, flexible patch moves with the person’s skin, and so should be unobtrusive...
Stanford Experiments with Google Glass in Surgery

Stanford Experiments with Google Glass in Surgery

Time is of the essence, and this is especially true in the operating room. Wearable displays have lot of potential uses in Health Tech applications, but they can be especially helpful during surgery as they can allow doctors to focus their attention more on the...
mHealth Summit in December Explores Health Tech

mHealth Summit in December Explores Health Tech

The 6th annual mHealth Summit will be held near Washington, DC on December 7 through 11, 2014. The program encompasses a wide range of mobile Health Tech topics, including mobile, wireless, digital, wearable, telehealth, gaming, connected health, and consumer...
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