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Heart monitor developed to save lives and ease NHS burden

A heart monitor to detect irregular and dangerous heart rhythms has been developed which could potentially save thousands of lives. Cambridge Heartwear, who developed the Heartsense monitor, hope its wireless real time ECG device can ease the burden on NHS cardiology departments as well as save lives of people by speeding up the diagnostic process…

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Apple to launch tech-driven healthcare clinics for employees

Apple is launching a technology-driven healthcare service for its employees. The service, called AC Wellness, is expected to open in Spring 2018 and will provide a ‘unique concierge-like healthcare experience for employees and their dependents.’ According to the group’s website, AC Wellness is ‘an independent medical practice dedicated to delivering compassionate, effective healthcare to the…

Bioepic is reverse engineering heart monitors to turn smartphones into medical grade health monitors. Bioepic said that it is reverse engineering ECG and
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Bioepic uses smartphones to get to the heart of the matter

Bioepic is reverse engineering heart monitors to turn smartphones into medical grade health monitors. The company said that it is reverse engineering the technology used in hospital electrocardiography (ECG) and photoplethysmography (PPG) sensors to provide pulse wave analysis using only the camera of a normal smart device. Specialist medical PPG machines use sensors for optical…

A company called MobilECG has created a business card that can measure heartbeats using a built-in electrocardiogram (ECG).
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Business card comes with built-in heart monitor

A company called MobilECG has created a business card that can measure heartbeats using a built-in electrocardiogram (ECG). According to the MobilECG ’s blog post, the device has sensors that measure “the real ECG signal between the users’ hands,” so long as their thumbs are touching the finger pads. Unfortunately the business card is created…

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