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Wearable Devices: A Boon to Healthcare Industry
Healthcare Industry has already come a long way ahead in technology. Now with the introduction of wearable devices, the industry is ready to attain new heights. Wearables are proving to highly effective in health monitoring and their technology benefits that make them impactful are listed below.
Real-Time Data Access
Wearable devices have the potential to provide real-time data for analysis and monitoring which is the biggest perk of the technology. In healthcare it is important to have access to real-time data for better panacea and diagnosis becomes much easier.
Physical Activity Moderation
Fitness tracker devices are capable of monitoring user’s physical activities such burnt calories, steps count, weight loss etc. unlike traditional system, the new tech devices give accurate readings profiting the health monitoring for possible health issues that may show up in future.
People with hearing disability have been benefitted the wearable giving them more clarity than before. Apart from medicals hearing wearable has been useful in defense by enhancing the long range hearing. These devices have facilitated in navigations and warnings as well.
Real-Time Emergency Alert
Wearables apps can also trigger emergency alerts when the user is in a medical emergency and requires immediate help. Situations like sudden sugar level drop, fainting, accidents, health failure etc. are easy to deal with these wearables.
Connectivity with Doctor
Nowadays connecting with the doctor and sending reports over the cloud is also facilitated by the wearable devices giving the medical industry boost in treatment and diagnosis. This virtual connection also enabled cutting down of the long queue and wait time for assistance.
Vision Impaired Navigation & Wearable Translator
Wearables have come up as a boon to visually impaired and blind patients with devices such necklace, in-ear devices and glasses that guide them to see with better clarity. Tiny microphones installed in these devices also translate the foreign languages in the choice of language of patient helping them to communicate with people in their surroundings.