Sebmaris

18 Added | 3 Magazines | 1 Follower | @Sebmaris | Keep up with Sebmaris on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Sebmaris”

A new app warns epilepsy sufferers that they are about to have a seizure

According to the Nikkei Asian Review, the system uses a small sensor, worn near the collarbone or the heart, detects if the user's heartbeat behaves abnormally. If so, the sensor sends a message to their smartphone, giving them a 30-second warning prior an attack. This will give people the …

Neurology

8 Millennial Trends Shaping the Future of Digital Health

While traditional communication channels remain popular among older patients, the next generation of younger patients known as millennials are …

Digital Health

This Gadget Reveals Exactly Where Veins Are, So Nurses Don’t Stab You Blindly

Even the lowliest medical trainee can find a vein with a new device piloted by the Australian Red Cross.<p>For people with hard-to-find veins, giving a simple blood sample can mean getting stuck like a pin cushion as the nurse or doctor roots around for the target. The Australian Red Cross Blood …

Scanadu’s New Pee Stick Puts The Medical Lab On Your Smartphone

Health tech startup Scanadu is working on the cutting-edge of a new type of medical technology that could one day put the hospital in the palm of our hands.<p>It just started shipping its first product Scout, a device that can detect your temperature, blood pressure and other biological phenomenon and …

When Your Stomach Reminds You to Take Your Pills

People may soon be able to swallow tiny sensors, embedded inside placebos, that track and share data on when they take their medication.<p>Ever been lost on a new trail on a hike? Or confused between north and south in a new city? Or after a certain age, unsure if you really took that anti-cholesterol …

FirstLine's app will send a doctor in person if call, text, video isn't enough

San Francisco-based <b>FirstLine Medical</b> has launched its doctor consultation service, called FirstLine, available via iPhone app. The offering allows …

Telemedicine: The Biggest Digital Health Trend of 2015 (Here's Why)

Last year saw exponential growth for the digital health market with funding in the first three quarters alone surpassing $5 billion, according to</i> …

11 Startups Building the Next Generation of Medical Sensors

Medical sensors are everywhere, and the market continues to boom. In 2012, the medical sensor market was already worth $8 billion, and biosensors …

Robotics

Amputees can now control their Bionic limbs with their brain

New mind controlled Bionic prosthetic limbs invented by the scientists in Iceland help patients to carry out their actions subconsciously.<p>A new …

These prosthetic limbs can be controlled with your mind

Losing a limb is generally considered a bad thing, but scientists appear to be getting closer to making it more manageable, by perfecting prosthetic …

3D printing and micro-computing bring us closer to bionics

Phone-Controlled (and Cheap) Prosthetic Brings Bionics Closer<p>Available to Premium &<br>Purple Members<p>PSFK is proud to host a special half-day conference …

Robo-turtle gets a new 3D-printed face

An injured sea turtle had its deeply damaged jaws repaired with 3D-printed prosthetics.<p>Akut-3, a 45-kilogram loggerhead turtle, has been given a spring in his step (and a snap in his jaw) thanks to the Dekamer Sea Turtle Research, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center on the coast of Turkey. The sea …

3D Printing