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Mobile Health: How Mobile Phones Support Health Care
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mHealth: Are You Ready for Sensors in Healthcare?

mHealth: Are You Ready for Sensors in Healthcare? | Mobile Health: How Mobile Phones Support Health Care | Scoop.it

The market for wearable sensors is increasing dramatically. Devices are being designed to help people manage chronic conditions, recover more quickly from injuries, analyze physical and environmental abnormalities that may lead to more serious health issues and detect unhealthy habits before they cause problems, according to Pathfinder Software. A new infographic from Pathfinder Software takes a look at the types of wearables available, how they are used, their wireless capability and other details on this technology. Thank you to Pathfinder Software for an educational Infographic. Also, thank you to the Healthcare Intelligence Network for having this Infographic on their site.


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ChemaCepeda's curator insight, September 17, 2014 5:02 AM

Parece que los wearables (dispositivos vestibles), es la tecnología de moda ¿cómo chocará esta tecnología con la salud clásica?

Bouzid Menaa's curator insight, September 22, 2014 7:28 AM

In collaboration with international renowned scientists, I am developing a new quantitative and qualitative  mobile device for bacterial surface detection and diagnostic tool

 

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Smartphone images measure up to desktop views in neurology study

Smartphone images measure up to desktop views in neurology study | Mobile Health: How Mobile Phones Support Health Care | Scoop.it

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have given a boost to telemedicine proponents with the publication of a new study that highlights smartphones' efficacy and quality in capturing medical images to evaluate stroke patients.  The study, published in the September issue of Stroke is the first to test the effectiveness of smartphone teleradiology applications in a real-world telestroke network, according to Mayo Clinic officials.


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