Medical innovation will take centre stage at next month’s Wearable Technology Show on 15-16 March at ExCel, London
York University spinout ClearSky Medical Diagnostics, will unveil its LID-monitor, wearable technology that measures the side-effects of medication for Parkinson’s disease at the show.
At the Wearable Technology Show there will also be Spartan, an anti-radiation boxer brief which protects men’s fertility while using technology and Walk With Path’s products to reduce the risk of falls and improve mobility.
In addition Biolight will exhibit its wireless smart thermometer Temp Sitter, Mio will display its new Slice activity tracker and Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) index, Xensio will introduce its “Lab-on-skin” wearable sensing platform to track biochemical information at the surface of the skin and Qloudlab’s will showcase its modular in-vitro blood diagnostic platform.
Speaking at the Wearable Technology Show are Charles Lowe, president, telemedicine and eHealth section, Royal Society of Medicine, Thomas Keller, senior director digital trials, Glaxo Smith Kline and Jouni Heinonen from Enfucell.
The Healthcare and Digital Apps track is one of nine specialist educational streams at the Wearable Technology Show, featuring innovators using technology to reimagine the health sector.
Keller’s keynote address will explore the contribution of wearable and sensor technology in clinical trials and Heinonen’s the impact disposable multifunction wireless sensors will have on the healthcare professional’s ability to collect patient data safely and accurately.
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