The EE Times recognized the importance of HealthWatch's High-Tech-xtile hWear garment in sensing 15-lead ECGs. Read the article by EE Times Technology Writer, Ariella Brown. (Also available in Chinese)
(Reuters) Israeli entrepreneurs weave ECG into a stretchy shirt to monitor heart activity, warning patients and their doctors of abnormalities on their mobile devices. The shirts could also be used to monitor foetuses and their mothers during high-risk pregnancies. Amy Pollock reports.
Want to know where mHealth and wearables are headed? mHealthSpot interviews the company that has produced the first ECG-sensing textile garment that is a true, clinically tested, FDA-cleared medical device.
Join an informal and lively video hangout discussing the next-generation of wearables including HealthWatch's "ECG Shirt."
Booth 1610, May 15-17, 2016, Minneapolis, USA.
Booth 671, February 29 – March 4, 2016, Las Vegas, USA
Halle: 3 / E20 Nov. 16-19, 2015, Dusseldorf, Germany
First continuous real-time monitoring of ischemia using hWear ECG-sensing textile garments now a reality.
Astonished that HealthWatch has the potential to rejuvenate the textile industry, Maayan Priluk, reporter for the late night financial TV show Laila Calcali, came to visit and wove an enthralling story.
With CE approval, MasterCaution Device makes continuous telemonitoring accessible to all via smart digital, ECG-sensing textile garments.