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By Jonah Comstock June 12, 2014
As the makers of wearable sensors continue to push the boundaries of what those sensors can track, new research suggests that a device worn on the wrist could some day track hydration, pulse, and even blood glucose non-invasively. In two papers published this month in Biomedical Optics Express, the journal of the Optical Society, researchers from around the world used a technique called the...
By Brian Dolan April 25, 2013
Philips Respironics has included wireless connectivity in its CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines for people with obstructive sleep apnea for going on four years now. The machines have transmitted data to healthcare providers who could remotely check-in on their patients and make adjustments to their machines and therapy as needed. With the launch of a new app, called SleepMapper...