Health wearables devices has grown significantly since their release in the past few years
Today, people use wearables that sync with their smartphones to keep track of everything from their daily steps as well as their physical fitness, heartbeat and to their sleeping habits. With an aging population across most developed countries wearables are effective in the prevention of chronic diseases like cardiovascular and diabetes, as they help patients assess and improve their fitness.
Smartwatches continue to be among the most sought-after wearable devices in the field of healthcare as all major tech companies including Apple, Google, and Samsung each taking a piece on the industry. Based on the model, they can keep track of sleep patterns and blood pressure as well as electrocardiograms, and oxygen saturation. Manufacturers are currently working to integrate sensors for measuring blood glucose into their smartwatches. This could help those with diabetes. Alongside smartwatches, smart clothes hearables and smart rings, are also becoming more and more popular and prove to be more efficient in collecting information for research in clinical settings.
The technological advancements aren’t just limited to gadgets worn by the body. Insideables as well as implantables are also being created. At present these microcomputers, which operate inside your body have already been utilized to aid organs like the brain and the heart function. Insideables, sometimes called smart pill, have been thought of by many as the next stage following external wearables. They are taken as an elongated capsule that transmits the measured results, like glucose levels or images from the inside of the body to help diagnose procedures. Because implantables and insideables are still in the early stages of development they will revolutionize healthcare in the coming future.