You need to know, IT Devices Can Control Vital Diseases – 1

Three diseases Blood pressure (BP), Diabetes and Heart disease, bother the humans the most. Now we have IT gadgets to control them and get alerts well in time.

We get informed about the level of diseases at the desired time interval, thus, we can finish or control these diseases. In this write up we have info on ten of the devices. Most of them have been launched and in the market. Others await approval of FDA. FDA is the government’s controlling authority to advise on tobacco and food items.

1.Will continuously check the Glucose Monitor

Freestyle Glucose Monitoring system. It will continuously monitor the glucose level. Blood sugar monitoring through needle and strip will no longer require. It has got approval by most Governments.Price US $ 75.00, Company: Abbot ( USA)

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2.Will reduce the Pain

Quell device examines the pain and controls it as it gets connected to an App (application). Quell is an innovative new technology, wearable intensive nerve stimulation (WINS), that is clinically established to support you control intense pain. Quell is FDA released for use throughout the day while active and at nighttime while napping – so you can recover command and get on with your days. Get comfort in just under 15 minutes. Wrapped just underneath the knee and initiated by simply clicking a switch, Quell penetrates into your body’s general pain control system to prevent discomfort signals and gives widespread pain support. It’s that potent. It is a device that is – Wearable 100% Drug-Free Pain Relief Technology.

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Quell’s patented, 100% drug-free OptiTherapy™ technology automatically sets stimulation energy to ensure you receive optimal pain relief. It even functions when you are napping and sets to a milder style. Quell is more than just innovative technology. Every aspect of the product got designed for wearability and comfort. Quell’s slim, lightweight device ensures that it is as safe as it is robust.For Technical Specification see at Via 

Price: US S 285.00.  Company Neuromatrix, USA.

3. Will Gather  through Health Patch that tracks Activity

It is a health patch MD Biosensor that follows Heart rate, breathing rate, skin temperature and body posture. The patch enables the device to give clinical-grade analyses of eight core health metrics: single lead ECG, heart frequency, heart rate variability, respiratory rate, skin temperature, posture, steps and fall detection/severity. Screen shot 2016-01-28 at 12.10.37 PM

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Wearable HealthPatch® MD is entirely suited for in-patient, out-patient, and home environment where it can be utilized by providers to increase the degree of patient care, improve access and decrease costs.

Vital Connect partners with healthcare organizations to develop technologies and services that employ the HealthPatch® MD biosensor to transform the way health is regulated and pursued, and to change the aspect of handling birth.

HealthPatch® MD has obtained FDA approval for sale in the US, administrative endorsement (CE Mark) for distribution in EU, Ninsho certification in Japan, and it is registered for distribution in Canada.  Via

Vital Connect is a Silicon Valley-based startup established in 2011 with the aim to promote the latest creation of technologies that help approach some of the most challenging health care concerns in the world today.

Vital Connect’s comprehensive expertise empowers the company to generate the broadcast, wearable biosensors that are tiny, robust, and capable of taking clinical-grade biometric dimensions in a constant, configurable and non-obtrusive way.

Through various partnerships, Vital Connect answers will be available for use in hospitals, research facilities, doctor’s offices, care facilities, and homes.

Now available in America.Price US $200. Company- Vital Connect (Japan)


Former Sailing Sea Captain at V.Ships, Miami, FL, USA (retired in 2009). Studied BA (Sophomore) at The Principia, now lives in Jaipur, India

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