Bluetooth medical devices

By Aditi Pai 10:12 am June 18, 2015
Patients with diabetes may be more likely benefit from a mobile phone-based health coaching program with remote monitoring than patients with heart disease, according to a study of 267 heart patients and 250 diabetes patients, which was conducted in 2012 by researchers in Finland and published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. The trial lasted one year and examined whether using a...
By Neil Versel 03:24 am July 25, 2013
Health insurer Humana is turning to telehealth systems provider AMC Health in an effort to keep patients with congestive heart failure out of hospitals, saving money for the payer and improving the quality of life for a high-risk population. In a pilot launched last month, 450 Humana Medicare Advantage members in Ohio with CHF are receiving A&D Medical Products weight scales and blood-...
By Brian Dolan 04:30 am September 13, 2012
At this week's iPhone 5 announcement, Apple confirmed something of an open secret among those companies that make health peripherals for iOS devices: The longstanding 30-pin connector dock has been swapped out for a new slimmer, redesigned connector dock that Apple calls Lightning. Of course, an increasing variety of medical devices have received FDA clearance over the past few years to connect...
By Brian Dolan 01:58 am December 2, 2010
In case you haven't heard the mobile phones available in Japan are very different from what's common in the US. That's true for one of the newest phones unveiled by Fujitsu -- the F-01C, which happens to be the very first mobile phone to receive certification from the Continua Health Alliance. The F-01C is waterproof, touch screen phone featuring a HD video camera, a 13.2 megapixel camera, an "...