Wearable technology is the general term for a group of devices (including fitness trackers and smart watches, etc.), these devices are designed to be worn all day, so they are often short for wearable devices. Wearable devices have become more and more popular in recent years, but the basic idea is not new. For example, if you have ever worn a watch, you have already used a simple wearable device. But today's wearable devices have developed more types and functions. In the field of healthcare, wearable monitoring devices are becoming a popular form of health monitoring.
1) Wearable fitness tracker
Many people may have questions, do fitness trackers improve health? The answer is yes. These devices are equipped with sensors that can track the user's steps, average heart rate, sleep time and more. Many fitness trackers also provide health advice based on data uploaded by users by synchronizing with various smartphone applications.
2) Smart health watch
Smart watches were once only used to calculate the number of steps and tell the time, but they have now been transformed into clinically feasible tools in the healthcare field.
3) Wearable ECG monitor
Wearable ECG monitors are at the forefront of consumer electronics products. They can measure electrocardiograms, help users track their own heart rate and measure other important physical signs such as blood pressure.
4) Wearable blood pressure monitor
Wearable blood pressure monitors are used to measure blood pressure and daily activities, including the number of steps and calories burned each day.
5) Wearable biosensor
Wearable biosensors are still in their infancy in large-scale development and applications, but they still have the potential to revolutionize remote medical and remote medical care.