Wednesday, April 22, 2009

iElectrophysiology on the iPhone

iThink iT's iNevitable that iElectrophysiology Apps will iNvade the iPhone:
Some companies, such as, are building tiny sensors priced at $10-20 that you can use to track your vitals such as heart rate, and which could be easily connected to a smartphone. A stealthy company called Adigy is working on something similar, but they’ve yet to build a mobile app. Cardionet, of San Diego, is one of the bigger players doing heart rate and rhythm wireless monitoring and says it is building a mobile application. Triage Wireless, backed by Qualcomm Ventures, is one of many that monitors blood sugar levels and other vital signs wirelessly in hospitals and homes, but it hasn’t released a mobile phone version.
Up next: pacemaker and defibrillator interrogations.


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