Home Medical Devices: Wearable Tech and Disability Health Products Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2022-04-03
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Home Medical Devices Publications - (81 Articles)
Interactive wound dressing UrgoStart is proven to reduce the healing time of leg ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers.
A new review looks at the booming industry of wearable medical devices from wrist trackers to smart garments and body sensors.
System designed to use data from non-surgical devices powered by AI and machine learning to create an affordable, portable, non-surgical device for reliable prediction of seizures for treatment-resistant epilepsy.
FDA approves continuous glucose monitoring system with a fully implantable glucose sensor and compatible mobile app for adults with diabetes.
The probe may help researchers find better treatments to prevent drug-induced overheating of the brain, and potentially refine thermal treatment for cancers.
Research to create ultra-stretchable sensor transformed into sophisticated inter-disciplinary project resulting in smart wearable device capable of sensing and understanding complex human motion.
Portable wheelchair scale with easy roll-on weighing includes BMI, reweigh and hold functions, and EMR-ready with an RS-232 port.
DreamStation Go device is designed to simplify travel for patients living with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
Ribcap is an effective and stylish fall protective cap that can be worn by people of all ages to protect the head from falls.
U.S. Access Board issues new accessibility standards for medical diagnostic equipment under section 510 of the Rehabilitation Act.
List of healthcare companies that provide both online and surface mailed home health, medical and disability products catalogs.
Scalp cooling is a safe, feasible and an effective treatment in the prevention of chemotherapy induced alopecia.
New collaborative research program will explore potential of wearable devices to help prevent and treat depression, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.
Information regarding the operation and components that make up the operation of home medical alert systems.
World IoT in healthcare market anticipated to grow owing to wearable smart devices, increasing need for stringent regulations and decreasing cost of sensor technology.
Aging odor, or old person smell, in senior citizens does not come from poor hygiene but from deteriorated anti-oxidating body defenses.
Withings Thermo Wi-Fi-connected temporal artery thermometer provides fast, accurate, non-invasive body temperature readings.
Oxxiom wireless, continuous, fully disposable, single-use pulse oximeter measures arterial oxygen saturation, pulse rate, and perfusion index.
Review of Dr. Salvino's Plantar Fasciitis Kit designed for the relief of heel and foot pain.
Information regarding the pros and cons of whether health or therapy magnets actually work.
New smart bandage uses electrical currents to detect early tissue damage from pressure ulcers, or bedsores.
Paxman scalp coolers showed cooling markedly reduced or completely stopped hair follicles from dying during chemotherapy.
Dip a Stick is a simple test for diabetes, by dipping the stick into a cup of urine the color-coding on the dipstick indicates glucose level. There is no need for a blood sample or a doctor visit.
When a person is searching for a nebulizer system or related products, it is important for them to understand the function of a nebulizer system and the potential benefits of using one.
Smart-inhaler device called the SmartTrack by Nexus6 includes audio visual reminder function with standard inhaler technology.
St. Louis HELP loaned 43 percent more home health equipment in 2014 than in 2013, reflecting greater needs in metro St. Louis.
eHealth interventions can increase mobility and quality of life for patients with LSS and potentially alleviate need for invasive surgical procedures.
LifeVest personal defibrillator delivers a shock to restore the heart to a regular rhythm and is worn by people at risk of sudden cardiac arrest.
A new emergency accessory kit that contains effective supplies to protect from the spread of pandemic flu is proving to be a best-seller for St. Louis-based nonprofit Quake Kare, which packages and distributes the kits individually or as an accessory to its home emergency survival kit..
Evermind is an affordable monitoring solution enabling seniors and others who live alone, and their family members, peace of mind.
WoundSeal, a first aid product that stops bleeding through creation of an instant scab, is now available at pharmacies and other retailers.
Wireless system safely transmits energy to small chips paving the way for new electroceutical devices to treat illness or alleviate pain.
Information regarding smart sock technology to help prevent foot ulcers and promote feet care for people with diabetes.
GiraffPlus has the ability to monitor activities in the home using sensors that can measure blood pressure or detect whether the person has fallen down.
Heart Rate Watch Company testing reveals the best Heart rate monitors to buy for under $100.
Information on the AccuVein medical device used to easily locate veins beneath a persons skin.
CarePredict is a new wearable device that helps others keep track of their aging parents health from a distance.
Review of the SOSecure Swim Diaper Continence Product that stretches and conforms to body shape available in sizes x-small to 5XL.
Mayo Clinic cardiac investigators study potential risk of effects of EMI on patients with implantable devices.
Device converts energy from beating heart to provide electricity to power a pacemaker eliminating need for replacement when batteries are spent.
Information and definition of bariatric equipment and aids that caters for the larger person and feature increased weight capacities.
New improved neck brace for people that need more support and flexibility than traditional soft foam collars provide.
GPS Shoes continually report their location to the tracking software which caregivers can use to track the movements of the person wearing them.
Researchers have transformed everyday iPhones into medical quality imaging and chemical detection devices.
How to seek reimbursement for incontinence supplies in the wake of possible Medicare and Medicaid spending cuts.
Bioness devices are neuro-stimulation systems designed to restore function and recovery in individuals who suffer post-stroke paralysis traumatic brain injury spinal cord injury or multiple sclerosis.
Proponents of the bidding system have conveyed misleading information that exaggerates the benefits and ignores severe shortcomings of the program.
Scanning and stitching technology improvements have enabled eye doctors to get much more detailed information about the shape and topography of the human eye.
Report recommends that FDA promote the development of new standards for labels on medical devices intended for use in the home.
Home gym suitable for both wheelchairs and power chair users and can be used by seniors who can use exercising equipment while seated in a chair or walker.
Reports indicate that for some Lyme disease patients, infrared saunas help alleviate symptoms including muscle spasms, constant chills, overwhelming feeling of fatigue and sensation of being in a mental fog.
A new blood pressure measurement device is set to revolutionize the way patients blood pressure is measured.
Problems Obtaining Needed Home Medical Equipment Services under Controversial Medicare Bidding Program
Medicare beneficiaries report problems receiving home medical equipment and services following implementation of Medicare new competitive bidding program.
The new proposed Innovation Pathway program for pioneering medical devices.
Effectively Demonstrating the Success of Radio Frequency Technology in Helping Find Those with Cognitive Conditions Who Wander.
Complaints and Concerns about Medicare Competitive Bidding for Home Medical Equipment Can Be Reported Via a Toll-Free Number and Website.
Experts predict Medicare competitive bidding program for home medical equipment will fail.
Effectiveness of technology in helping find those with cognitive conditions like alzheimers autism and down syndrome who wander.
Active Hands Company is now a leading manufacturer of gripping aids for the disabled.
The ROHO Group is pleased to announce new Senior Vice President, Sales and Business Development.
The Emergency Call button allows you to wirelessly talk with anyone anywhere in or around your home.
From food to cosmetics to prescription drugs to vaccines, Americans rely on the FDA to keep the products we use safe.
Sensory equipment is ideal for those suffering from dementia depression autism and certain other behavioral problems.
The bubble tube similar to a lava lamp as a sensory device provides benefits to children with relaxation and behavior problems.
Tips on use of adult diapers including wearing and changing incontinence products.
Diabetes blood glucose monitoring system connects with nintendo DS and DS lite game consoles to monitor blood glucose levels.
Earbuds used in iPods and other similar music players can interfere with pacemakers.
Helpful solutions and information for people with speech disabilities.
Tracking devices such as LoJack SafetyNet a good way to locate someone with Alzheimer's if they wander.
Radiologists can accurately diagnose acute appendicitis from remote locations with handheld devices or mobile phone.
Tracking device for people with disabilities and children who wander including persons with Alzheimers disease dementia and autism.
A new type of fetal heart monitor could save the lives of unborn infants in complicated pregnancies.
The ravages of chemotherapy strips a cancer patient not just of her hair but shards of her self-esteem as well.
A website review of the Disabled World Disability Products section providing assistive devices for seniors and persons with disabilities.
New Medicare regulation will require companies in the home medical equipment sector to bid competitively for Medicare business.
Offers a number of solutions for wearing medical id tags bracelets and keyrings to aid in an emergency.
New US nationwide service aids in helping find lost autistic children and adults and eases worry for parents and caregivers.
Personal GPS units for seniors with medical conditions and young children that allow you to track and locate them if they go missing.
Home health care equipment makes it possible for people to be directly involved in maintaining their own health care.
Bathroom assistance aid when wiping becomes difficult or impossible for seniors.
Mountain View Medical Supply offers over 9000 products and serves and ships to customers America wide.
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