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Design challenges of wearable healthcare and patient monitoring

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Register for this E&T webinar and learn how to overcome challenges to design wearable patient monitoring systems of the future. Heartrate monitors, pulse oximeters and activity trackers are commercially available and already play an important role in everyday life. Recorded on 13th May 2020, sign up to watch on demand.

A wearable monitor significantly improves patient comfort by replacing long, cumbersome cords with much less obtrusive dry electrodes that enhance mobility. But designers have to face various design challenges when building something meeting the needs of wearable healthcare and patient monitoring systems of the future.

Register now and learn how to overcome challenges to design wearable patient monitoring systems of the future.

Join this webinar to discover:

  • How to use dedicated bio sensing analog front ends (AFE) for physicochemical sensing and detection.
  • Technical resources that help to provide solutions to different design challenges (e.g. saving battery life, skin tone variation, motion cancellation algorithms and ambient light).
  • Architectures for power and data isolation.

Recorded on 13th May 2020 sign up to watch on demand - register your interest

This free webinar is available for IET members and non-members.

Should you have any specific query please email Alex Macleod at amacleod@theiet.org

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