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Could wearables help manage an ageing population?

Neil Oliver, Accutronics, looks at how wearables could help medical services manage the long-term health conditions that an ageing population brings. The World Health Organisation (WHO) predicts that by 2050, the worldwide population over 60 will have doubled to reach two billion people. With most age-related illnesses beginning at the age of 50, it’s clear…

When are gadgets not medical devices?
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When are gadgets not medical devices?

Here Neil Oliver, Technical Marketing Manager at Accutronics, explores the safe transition of medical equipment into the rapidly changing mobile space Smartphones and portable medical devices are being increasingly used together, raising the eyebrows of many in the industry. There was a time when, for common ailments, no matter how big or small, most people…

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e-Health revolution is here

Neil Oliver Accutronics, discusses the use of smartphones for medical uses and the considerations of battery life and reliablility Sales of smartphones hit record highs in 2014 and the market continues to grow rapidly. Many have attributed this to the use of health and fitness monitoring apps by both consumers and patients. Trials of Apple’s…

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Re-thinking batteries in the wearable world

Battery manufacturer Accutronics is making available for download its latest whitepaper, which tackles the issues facing battery design, development and use in the medical and healthcare fields. This whitepaper could help OEMs better understand the possibilities and limitations of rechargeable battery technology in designing products for the medical sector. The paper is free to download…

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