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Tokyoflash Kisai Intoxicated: The Portable, Wearable Breathalyzer - Technabob

If you like to go out and have a drink, it’s always problematic when you have to decide whether to drive your own car back home. Sometimes, enough …

PIP Biosensor Turns Relaxation into a Game - Technabob

<i>Relax. Take it easy.</i><p>For some people, those words are easier said than done. I mean, how hard can it be to relax and just bum around? Apparently, it’s …

Tokyoflash's new watch tells the time and your blood alcohol level

The general aesthetics of the watch might help it stand out from other wrist accessories, but the breathalyzer function is what makes it unique. A …

Holy Spock! The Star Trek Medical Tricorder Is Real, And It's Only $150

The device you're looking at is called the Scanadu SCOUT and, basically, it's a medical tricorder that will give you precise vital information about …

Mobile Health: AgaMatrix iPhone glucose monitor

Since the beginning of the mobile health conference in MD, we've seen plenty of new mobile health devices and this one just passed the FDA's...

World's smallest blood monitoring implant tells your smartphone when you're about to have a heart attack - ExtremeTech

World’s smallest blood monitoring implant tells your smartphone when you’re about to have a heart attack<p>By on March 21, 2013 at 9:45 am<p>This site may …

Blood Tests

The wireless future of medicine

Eric Topol says we'll soon use our smartphones to monitor our vital signs and chronic conditions. At TEDMED, he highlights several of the most …

The dream of the medical tricorder

WHEN aliens seize and torture Dr McCoy in “The Empath”, an episode of the science-fiction series “Star Trek”, Captain Kirk and Mr Spock rush to his …

How the iPhone Is Enabling a Revolution in Connected Medical Devices

For small, mobile medical devices, designers are discovering a ready-made user interface and connectivity technology in the Apple iPhone, which can …

Tech Pioneers Track Bodily Functions Day and Night

Using smartphone apps and sensors, high tech pioneers are monitoring their own bodily functions such as heart rates, sleep patterns and blood. The …

LifeWatch launches world's first medical smartphone

The smartphone has built-in sensors for monitoring heart rate, pulmonary function, blood sugar levels, body temperature and more.<p>Medical monitor …

New Gadgets Monitor Your Health And Fitness

Posted by Marianne Kolbasuk McGee 05/16/2012 InformationWeek/ Healthcare<p>Smartwatches may be cool, but wearable health monitoring devices could save …

ShortCUTS Search

ShortCUTS Search enables visitors to scan content from throughout our website that is related to one category of interest—all on one screen.<p>To get …

HP tests its new Mobile Health Monitoring Solution in Singapore

Singapore, June 2011 -- Link mobile health monitoring devices with cloud computing in the right way and you can change how we practice …

Hold the phone for vital signs: Researchers turn a smart phone into a medical monitor

Researchers are turning smartphones into sophisticated medical monitors able to capture and transmit vital physiological data. The team has already …

Medical Monitoring Device Is Implantable

Humans are merging with machines. If you don’t believe it, take a look at the new medical device — a computer chip — that is implanted under the skin …

Preventice Solutions

The complete beat-to-beat story of a patient's heart is at your fingertips<p>Preventice’s new cloud-based system, ECG INSIGHT™, delivers additional …

Reduce THD in digitally-controlled PFCs

<b>Introduction</b><p>Total harmonic distortion (THD) is one of the major criteria in judging the performance of a power factor correction (PFC) controller, …

Wearable ViSi Mobile System lets doctors wirelessly monitor patients

Designed around the concept of “monitoring in motion,” the ViSi Mobile consists of several units made of rugged, water-resistant plastic. These …

Medical monitoring gets personal, goes mobile

The trend towards technology "personalization" continues, and it is heading into new areas. It began with personal computers in the 1980s, went on to …

Sonar Could Let Your Body Talk to Machines Better

Sonar. Subs use it. Dolphins use it. And someday your own body might use it to detect and treat what ails you. Echolocation unlocking the quantified …

Gain Focus With The Melon Headband

Google Glass might be the next big thing in wearable technology, but the Melon Headband and Mobile App might be as big if the Kickstarter campaign …

intelligentM ensures that healthcare workers wash their hands

Although it may be surprising to hear that being in the hospital can <i>make</i> a person sick, it definitely does happen. In the United States, about one in …

How Smartphones Are Trying to Replace Your Doctor (But Can't Yet)

For most of time medicine was a guessing game. Doctors, or witch doctors, or shaman would inspect a patient, stir a potion and hope it would work. …

Gizmo Uses Lung Cells To Sniff Out Health Hazards In Urban Air

Credit: Adam Cole/NPR<p>Cities like Houston are dotted with air-sniffing monitors that measure levels of benzene and other potentially unhealthy air pollutants. But those monitors can't answer the question we care about most: Is the air safe?<p>That's because there's no simple relationship between toxic …