With the global population of elderly consumers rising steadily, the need for health risk assessment tools like the 'WIWE' wearable is becoming more prevalent. Designed to be worn and to help detect the early warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest and stroke, the 'WIWE' device is about the size of a business card.
The 'WIWE' wearable works by taking a one minute ECG reading, which is then uploaded via Bluetooth to a smart device. From here, users can track their readings, send them to family members or even general practitioners.
Currently funding on Indiegogo, the 'WIWE' device is an effective health risk assessment tool that could help to revolutionize how we think about health maintenance and ailment avoidance.
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