WearAble TeCHnology in Healthcare Society

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Toumaz, a developer of low-power wireless systems, made $1.1 million (750,000 pounds) off the first deployments of its SensiumVitals healthcare monitoring technology according to the company’s annual trading update. That’s up from just $90,000 (60,000 pounds) last year. SensiumVitals is a peel-and-stick sensor that continuously monitors vital signs, including temperature, heart rate, and respiration rate and transmits […]

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