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Wearables

Drug packaging and medical devices solution provider Datwyler is placing emphasis on digital health and wearables at Medica. Read more

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Our editor Laura Hughes highlights her five must-read articles for this week. Read more

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Shimmer Research, a wearable technology specialist has received CE Certification for its ECGmd holter monitor electrocardiograph (ECG). Read more

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Nurio’s EEG wearable has been announced as the winner of Protolabs’ Cool Idea Award for innovation in consumer technology. Read more

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Stanford engineers have developed a way to detect physiological signals emanating from the skin with sensors that stick like band-aids and beam wireless readings to a receiver clipped onto clothing. Read more

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Stretchable electronics is emerging as a promising new technology for next-generation wearable devices, according to a review published in Science and Technology of Advanced Materials. Read more

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Wearable technology could expand the electrophysiology market to $2.6bn by 2028, according to analysis from GlobalData. Read more

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Medica gets underway in Dusseldorf, Germany from 12th November and lasts for four days. The Medical Plastics News team has picked out five things you should look out for if you’re going along to the trade fair. Read more

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Medical technology company Valeritas Holdings is presenting its V-Go Wearable Insulin Delivery device today at MD&M East. Read more

Devices

Tony Kaufman, and Del R Lawson, 3M’s Critical and Chronic Care Solutions Division, outline the role that adhesives play in digital wearable medical devices. Read more

Opinion

Aaron Johnson, vice president of marketing & customer strategy, Accumold takes an in-depth look at the wearable market, its rise in popularity and the knock-on effect it has had on the micro molding sector. Read more

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As the European wearable medical device market blossoms, batteries must adapt, Accutronics says. Read more

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A £2.5 million appeal has been launched by charity Autism Together to fund a digital health project to help care for those with severe autism. Read more

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Researchers from the University of Glasgow have developed a wearable sensor that could help people with chronic conditions avoid the discomfort of pin-prick blood tests. Read more

Technology

Brian Wyatt, vice president, Medical and Healthcare, Cyient, discusses how technology is helping patients get connected with healthcare. Read more

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Design service company, Semiconductor Ideas to the Market (ItoM), is expanding into the wearable biometrics market with the launch of its new sister company, ItoM Medical. Read more

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