New technology is coming up in the wearable health-related technology products that is set to revolutionize the medtech industry.
FREMONT, CA: New watches are coming up, displaying what is shaping up to become a wave of new wearable health-related technology products and services offered to the consumers. Contrary to most of the recent technology trends that target the younger demographics, smart, wearable health devices are considered to target aging populations, helping them to manage the cardiovascular or respiratory diseases, like the COPD, leading to reduced healthcare expenses and improved quality of life.
Wearable technology has been a widespread topic of debate and conversation in the past two years. A report predicts that the Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services market will flourish exponentially, fuelled by the new wearable computing devices such as Apple Watch smartwatches. The report talks about the current status and the growth potential of the Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services market in two separate categories, 'Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices' and 'Smart Wearable Healthcare Services.'
According to the researches 'smart wearable healthcare devices are the ones that are worn or attached to a user's body in order to monitor the changes in various organs and body functions. Some examples of wearable healthcare devices include smartwatches, wearable hands, smart diapers, wristbands, pedometers, and bionic suits. Key features of these devices are heart rate monitoring, counting calories spent and ingested, sleep statistics, and so on.
These devices are specifically designed to sync with the user's smartphones and tablets. One of the key trends in the market is the use of smart wearable devices for tele-home healthcare is one of the key trends in the market. The smart wearable devices improve the treatment and monitoring processes by saving time and reducing healthcare costs. These devices help the physicians to monitor the patients from a remote place and offer proper treatment.
Aging populations are more vulnerable to chronic diseases and are expected to play a role in boosting the demand for smart wearable healthcare devices. Therefore, monitoring the health conditions and daily activities of the elderly, particularly the vast baby boomer demographic, has become essential.