This training page is aimed at helping to empower consumers and patients to measure their vital signs, to detect disease states and aid in their early diagnosis, and to facilitate timely administration of therapies.
Hardware innovations are part of the digital health landscape, and are being used for self-monitoring and self-diagnosis. These devices empower consumers and patients to measure their vital signs such as blood pressure, body temperature, heart rate and blood glucose. Others detect disease states and aid in their early diagnosis, and facilitate timely administration of a therapy.
In the session, Chris Elliot, the co-Founder of Leman Micro Devices, and Kirstin Hancock, the co-founder of Blue Maestro, spoke about the technology that their organisations have developed and are commercialising in order to give consumers cutting-edge tools with which to look after their own healthcare and that of their loved ones.
This event was organised in co-operation with Dr Adesina Iluyemi of Healthtronics Consulting.
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Developing digital health innovations
Growing digital health innovations
Empowering patients with digital technologies.
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