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Samsung bat Apple sur l'apnée du sommeil

From www.01net.com

Samsung a décroché le feu vert de la FDA américaine pour la fonction de détection d'apnée du sommeil qui sera disponible sur les montres Galaxy Watch cet été.
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Les Galaxy Watch de Samsung vont détecter l'apnée du sommeil

From leclaireur.fnac.com

La marque annonce avoir obtenu l'agrément nécessaire aux États-Unis après avoir déjà convaincu la Corée du Sud.
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Test de la Oura Ring 3 : faut-il craquer pour la référence des bagues connectées ?

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La référence des bagues connectées est certainement la plus belle, la plus confortable et la plus précise. Mais elle coûte aussi très cher et malgré le rêve d’une technologie de pointe discrète et esthétique, l’anneau en titane a un intérêt limité. Notre avis sur la Oura Ring 3 après un mois d'essai.
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Diagnostics | Free Full-Text | Experiences with Wearable Sensors in Oncology during Treatment: Lessons Learned from Feasibility Research Projects in Denmark

From www.mdpi.com

Background: The fraction of elderly people in the population is growing, the incidence of some cancers is increasing, and the number of available cancer treatments is evolving, causing a challenge to healthcare systems.
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Le quantified-self peut-il changer les comportements de mobilité urbaine ? De l’importance de la présentation de l’information

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Cette recherche porte sur la façon dont le quantified-self peut changer le comportement quotidien de mobilité urbaine des usagers. Dans le cadre d’une démarche exploratoire, nous analysons cinquante-cinq entretiens individuels d’un public de jeunes utilisateurs quotidiens de smartphones. Nos résultats soulignent, par le biais de la théorie du cadrage, l’importance de la forme de la présentation de l’information auto-quantifiée dans le cadre d’une application à dimension environnementale. L’information CO2 d’une mobilité individuelle a plus d’impact si les bénéfices sont présentés de façon simple et en faible quantité (vs complexe), sous forme de gains (vs les pertes), dont la portée est individuelle (plutôt que collective), en privilégiant les normes descriptives (aux normes injonctives), avec dans une perspective court terme (vs long terme). Dans une démarche de transition écologique, des pistes de réflexion managériales sont proposées notamment sur la manière dont les praticiens peuvent concevoir une application mobile à visée environnementale.
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Samsung va lancer un réfrigérateur doté d’IA pour vous aider à cuisiner

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Capable de reconnaître les articles placés à l’intérieur, ce nouvel appareil sera dévoilé lors du CES début janvier.
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Jon Warner on LinkedIn: #research #technology #olderadults #devices #smartphones #wearables #app… | 11 comments

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This is such useful #research by AARP looking at the #technology adoption trends for #olderadults (or what they deem to be the 50+ population).A few… | 11 comments on LinkedIn...
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From lab to life: how wearable devices can improve health equity | Nature Communications

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Wearable devices can provide personalised medicine at the point of need, potentially increasing access to health services and therefore improving health equity. Here the authors discuss their experiences developing wearable devices for vulnerable patient populations, including neonates and...
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Wearable sensors and devices for real-time cardiovascular disease monitoring - ScienceDirect

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Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a major global health problem. Living with diseases like CVD often requires long-term monitoring, for which flexible a…
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Les Apple Watch Series 9 et Ultra 2 retirées de la vente aux Etats-Unis

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Apple bloque la vente de ses montres à cause d'un différend avec l'entreprise Masimo à propos d'un brevet. Ce dernier porte sur le capteur de SpO2 présent sur l'Apple Watch depuis 2020.
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Littlebird Connected Care Reveals the Littlebird Marlon: The Pinnacle of Digital Health Wearables for Children

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/PRNewswire/ -- From the tech-savvy streets of Seattle, Washington, Littlebird Connected Care is proud to announce a breakthrough in child health and safety...
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Wearable technology and the cardiovascular system: the future of patient assessment - ScienceDirect

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The past decade has seen a dramatic rise in consumer technologies able to monitor a variety of cardiovascular parameters. Such devices initially recor…
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Ce nouveau capteur pourrait bientôt révolutionner les montres connectées avec de nouvelles mesures

From www.frandroid.com

L'entreprise californienne Rockley Photonics a développé un capteur infrarouge mesurant la fréquence cardiaque, mais également la température corporelle ou le taux d'hydratation. Ce capteur pourrait être intégré par des constructeurs majeurs de montres connectées.
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Consumer Wearable Health and Fitness Technology in Cardiovascular Medicine: JACC State-of-the-Art Review - ScienceDirect

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The use of consumer wearable devices (CWDs) to track health and fitness has rapidly expanded over recent years because of advances in technology. The …
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Oura, le spécialiste de la bague connectée, trouve son responsable Santé… chez Apple

From www.mac4ever.com

A la pêche aux salariés, les entreprises de la Silicon Valley sont plutôt passés maître de la discipline. En effet, pas un jour ne se passe ou presque…
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Happlyz Medical lance LORIO un dispositif connecté au service de la rééducation respiratoire

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Pour simplifier la rééducation respiratoire, la start-up Happlyz Medical propose un dispositif connecté intégrant…
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Health tracking ring company Oura partners with teletherapy platform Talkspace

From www.mobihealthnews.com

Users of Oura's ring will be able to share a report showing their sleep and movement data with Talkspace therapists.
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Emerging sensing and modeling technologies for wearable and cuffless blood pressure monitoring | npj Digital Medicine

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Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are a leading cause of death worldwide. For early diagnosis, intervention and management of CVDs, it is highly desirable to frequently monitor blood pressure (BP), a vital sign closely related to CVDs, during people’s daily life, including sleep time. Towards this end, wearable and cuffless BP extraction methods have been extensively researched in recent years as part of the mobile healthcare initiative. This review focuses on the enabling technologies for wearable and cuffless BP monitoring platforms, covering both the emerging flexible sensor designs and BP extraction algorithms. Based on the signal type, the sensing devices are classified into electrical, optical, and mechanical sensors, and the state-of-the-art material choices, fabrication methods, and performances of each type of sensor are briefly reviewed. In the model part of the review, contemporary algorithmic BP estimation methods for beat-to-beat BP measurements and continuous BP waveform extraction are introduced. Mainstream approaches, such as pulse transit time-based analytical models and machine learning methods, are compared in terms of their input modalities, features, implementation algorithms, and performances. The review sheds light on the interdisciplinary research opportunities to combine the latest innovations in the sensor and signal processing research fields to achieve a new generation of cuffless BP measurement devices with improved wearability, reliability, and accuracy.
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Health apps and wearables help rich people the most, study finds

From www.theverge.com

A meta-analysis found that digital health tools promoting physical activity only work for people with higher socioeconomic status. They don’t work for poorer people.
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Oubliez les montres connectées, le nouvel accessoire Samsung se précise

From www.presse-citron.net

Samsung préparerait une bague connectée. Et les indices suggèrent qu’on se rapproche du lancement officiel.
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Withings obtient l'autorisation de la FDA pour sa Body Scan Connected Health Station

From www.begeek.fr

Withings obtient l'autorisation de la FDA pour sa Body Scan Connected Health Station. Un appareil extrêmement complet pour le suivi de la santé au quotidien.
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Sensors | Free Full-Text | Smart Wearables for the Detection of #Cardiovascular #Diseases: A Systematic Literature Review #PPG #arterialstiffness #prevention #riskassessment #digitalhealth #hcsmeu ...

From www.mdpi.com

Background: The advancement of information and communication technologies and the growing power of artificial intelligence are successfully transforming a number of concepts that are important to our daily lives. Many sectors, including education, healthcare, industry, and others, are benefiting greatly from the use of such resources. The healthcare sector, for example, was an early adopter of smart wearables, which primarily serve as diagnostic tools. In this context, smart wearables have demonstrated their effectiveness in detecting and predicting cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), the leading cause of death worldwide. Objective: In this study, a systematic literature review of smart wearable applications for cardiovascular disease detection and prediction is presented. After conducting the required search, the documents that met the criteria were analyzed to extract key criteria such as the publication year, vital signs recorded, diseases studied, hardware used, smart models used, datasets used, and performance metrics. Methods: This study followed the PRISMA guidelines by searching IEEE, PubMed, and Scopus for publications published between 2010 and 2022. Once records were located, they were reviewed to determine which ones should be included in the analysis. Finally, the analysis was completed, and the relevant data were included in the review along with the relevant articles. Results: As a result of the comprehensive search procedures, 87 papers were deemed relevant for further review. In addition, the results are discussed to evaluate the development and use of smart wearable devices for cardiovascular disease management, and the results demonstrate the high efficiency of such wearable devices. Conclusions: The results clearly show that interest in this topic has increased. Although the results show that smart wearables are quite accurate in detecting, predicting, and even treating cardiovascular disease, further research is needed to improve their use.
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Fitbit could bring #arterialstiffness monitoring as a patent appears

From www.androidcentral.com

Fitbit's latest patent details how the company plans to tackle monitoring a user's heart for arterial stiffness.
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Un e-tatouage pour une surveillance cardiaque continue - Numerikare

From www.numerikare.be

Une équipe de chercheurs de l'Université du Texas à Austin a développé un tatouage électronique ultramince et léger, appelé e-tatouage, qui se fixe sur la poitrine pour une surveillance cardiaque continue et mobile en dehors d'un cadre clinique. Il comprend deux capteurs qui fournissent ensemble une image claire de la santé cardiaque, offrant ainsi aux cliniciens une meilleure opportunité de détecter précocement les signaux d'alerte des maladies cardiaques.
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