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Probable Health Monitor Sends SMS of Emergency Alerts and ECG

...hyabama University in Tamil Nadu, have developed a wearable cardiac telemedicine system that allows post-cardiac patients renewed mobility. Thulasi Bai's prototype Bluetooth heart monitor records periodically an electrocardiogram (ECG) and transmits the information via radio frequency signals to the patient'...

Prototype Bandages Developed that Could Detect Fractures

...prevent a major injury. "The goal is to create a wearable device that would alert someone when a stress fracture was imminent, so they could stop rigorous physical activity long enough for the bone to mend," Akkus said. Stress fractures are a common injury among professional athletes, as well as in amateu...

New System Monitors Tiny 'Earthquakes' in Bones to Prevent Fractures

...nless detected in time. "The goal is to create a wearable device that would alert the person when a stress f...searchers at the University of Toledo to develop a wearable prototype that will record crack-formation data, which could be downloaded to a portable digital ass...

Bio-Functional Garments That Could Revolutionize Fashion Industry

...weat or cigarette smoke, leaving sport coats still wearable after a night out at the bar. The body's moisture releases the active ingredient. The same thing happens in the washing machine, but the cyclodextrines are not destroyed in the process and can be refilled after every wash by spraying the garment wi...

Scented Garments Hit The Market

...weat or cigarette smoke, leaving sport coats still wearable after a night out at the bar. Cyclodextrines, which can be anchored in the weave of the fabric, contain molecular-sized hollow compartments in which either a desired or undesired scent can be stored.The body's moisture releases the active ingredien...

Wearable Body Monitoring

"Unobtrusive wearable body monitoring will be to health care what the co...oscope was to the biology of disease." Unobtrusive wearable body monitoring,is a simple device worn on the body, such as a band around the arm, which measures a...

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