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Smart Wearable Healthcare Device Solutions
A wearable healthcare device can be described as an autonomous,noninvasive system that performs a specific medical function such as monitoring or support. The term "wearable" implies that the device is either supported directly on the human body or a piece of clothing, and has an appropriate design enabling its use as a wearable accessory. In broad terms, this requires the device to have minimal size and weight, functional and power autonomy, to be easy to use, and worn in comfort.
Design Considerations and Major Challenges
• Size is very important. Most wearable devices are light and small size.
• Super low power consumption.
• Designing for individual use.
• High reliability.
• Sensor technology.
• Connectivity technology.
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