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A hi-tech dress to monitor babies' sleep and breathing

Baby-focused tech company Nanit released a new line of infant clothing called Breathing Wear that, when combined with its smart camera and app, lets new parents keep tabs on their child’s sleep and breathing patterns. 129 more words

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How to diagnose cardiac arrest through sound with smartphones or smart speakers

An interesting study, which appeared two days ago in npj Digital Medicine, illustrates how it is possible to diagnose a cardiac arrest through the speech recognition of agonic breath. 293 more words

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5 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Cloud-Based Telemedicine Software

Healthcare sector is accelerating towards the development to keep abreast with the ongoing swift technological changes. The medical providers call for elevated services to meet up the demand of the medical fraternity and patients. 396 more words

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On-board telemedicine: ECG in flight with Lufthansa

German airline Lufthansa has recently started using a mobile ECG system with telemedical support on all long-haul flights. 246 more words

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NHS prevent 3,000 A&E visits in Manchester thanks to Skype

Using Skype to help older patients get faster care has prevented 3,000 avoidable A&E visits and freed up 2,000 GP appointments. 181 more words

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State Telehealth Laws & Reimbursement Policies

The Center for Connected Health Policy, the National Telehealth Policy Resource Center, has released its latest biannual update on state telehealth laws, regulations, and policies, with a primary focus on Medicaid fee-for-service programs. 164 more words

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Telemedicine and the Brazilian reality

This article was exclusively written for The European Sting by Ms. Adriane Menezes de Medeiros is a 25-year-old student of medicine at the city of Blumenau, located in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil. 814 more words

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