Fashion-Enabled Monitoring

Medical practices are enhanced through fashionable clothing

Implications - Medical professionals are creating clothing items that enhance their ability to monitor or help patients, without the clothing items being inconvenient or unsightly. These innovations reveal a growing focus in adaptability, patient comfort and immediate care in the medical world, and ease some of the smaller lifestyle inconveniences that illnesses can bring about.
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Medically Focused Smart Clothes - The Xenoma E-Skin Pajamas May Revolutionize Medical Care
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This Quarter and Hot 497 Clicks Pub: Jan 15, 18
Medically Focused Smart Clothes
The Xenoma E-Skin Pajamas May Revolutionize Medical Care
The Xenoma e-skin pajamas may be the biggest innovation in medical tech shown at CES 2018. Xenoma is a smart fabric manufacturer based out of Japan and is already known for its innovative line of... [More]
Emergency Notification-Sending Shoes - These Smart Sneakers for Elderly People Help in an Emergency
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This Quarter and Hot 416 Clicks Pub: Jan 16, 18
Emergency Notification-Sending Shoes
These Smart Sneakers for Elderly People Help in an Emergency
A simple fall can result in irreparable damage for a senior citizen, but potentially life saving devices are often unappealing to wear, which is why the wearable tech company E-Vone has created this... [More]
Patient-Centric Clothing Lines - Inga Wellbeing Makes Fashionable Alternatives to Hospital Gowns
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This Year and Warm 1,027 Clicks Pub: May 15, 17
Patient-Centric Clothing Lines
Inga Wellbeing Makes Fashionable Alternatives to Hospital Gowns
Inga Wellbeing is a clothing line that’s revolutionizing the way the fashion industry perceives Baby Boomers through its goal to dress the chronically ill and elderly in clothing that’s... [More]
Stroke-Monitoring Recovery Suits - Bart Klaassen's 'INTERACTION System' is a Suit Full of Sensors
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Mild 144 Clicks Pub: Dec 13, 16
Stroke-Monitoring Recovery Suits
Bart Klaassen's 'INTERACTION System' is a Suit Full of Sensors
Bart Klaassen, a PhD student at the University of Twente in the Netherlands, has developed a piece of medical equipment for his doctoral thesis called the INTERACTION System. Rather than a massive... [More]
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