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Sensor and wireless technologies improve performance of GB Olympic swimmers

Sensor and wireless technologies improve performance of GB Olympic swimmers

12.07.2012 | [Loughborough, UK/ Medicine] - Loughborough University′s Sports Technology Institute has developed a wearable sensor system for swimmers to track position and movement during diving, swimming and turning and point to areas for improving ...

Cluster of graphics processors identify pathway for new flu drugs in record time

Cluster of graphics processors identify pathway for new flu drugs in record time

09.07.2012 | [Bristol, UK & Bangkok, Thailand/ Medicine] - A Thai UK research team has used clusters of high-end graphics processors (GPUs) to shorten the time taken to run simulations of molecular interactions between drugs and mutant strains ...

Wearable technology enables cardiac patients to rehabilitate at home

Wearable technology enables cardiac patients to rehabilitate at home

06.07.2012 | [Eindhoven, The Netherlands/ Medicine] - A new system that allows heart attack patients to access cardiac rehabilitation programmes from home in a safe way, by using wearable sensors and a mobile phone, is undergoing clinical trials. ...

Smart shirt monitors patients with chronic diseases

Smart shirt monitors patients with chronic diseases

29.06.2012 | [Vicenza, Italy/ Medicine] - The EC funded Chronious project has developed a wearable remote monitoring system for the chronically ill. Developed by a consortium of 14 partners in eight European countries, the system is designed specifically ...

Whole System Demonstrator studies show not enough evidence for telehealth rollout

Whole System Demonstrator studies show not enough evidence for telehealth rollout

27.06.2012 | [London, UK/ Medicine] - The first evaluations of the Whole System Demonstrator telehealth trials show there were reductions in mortality, but no significant cost savings and not enough evidence to justify full-scale rollout in the government′s ...

Ambulatory monitoring of patients will become mainstream

Ambulatory monitoring of patients will become mainstream

22.06.2012 | [Mainz, Germany/ Medicine] - Daily monitoring of health and behaviour gives more useful information for healthcare decision making, so patients will become even more involved in the observation and monitoring of their own health or illnesses ...

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