New tools for a home check-up

Home Technologist 14 New tools for a home check-up
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Mira RehabMIRA Rehab
UK, 2012
Rehab with games
This mobile platform encourages patients to complete their rehabilitation exercises by presenting them in the form of games

@MiraRehab    


eKuoreeKuore
Spain, 2012
Digital stethoscope
eKuore is a stethoscope that saves heartbeats and transmits them to a smartphone, presenting them in a simple visual format. The results can then be compared to previous auscultations.
@eKuore_    


TeleskinTeleSkin
Serbia, 2007
Detecting cancerous marks
This start-up has developed an app that enables monitoring and analysis of beauty and other marks on the skin to detect cancerous lesions

@TeleSkin    


GoDerma
Germany, 2013
Dermatologist on a smartphoneThis start-up offers a mobile consultation service that allows people suffering from skin problems to access advice from a professional dermatologist through an app


Glucostratus
Finland, 2017
Managing diabetes remotely
This start-up developed a monitor that measures the level of glucose in a patient’s blood from home. The data are then saved to the cloud and automatically transmitted to a doctor.


Teddy the guardianTeddy the Guardian
UK, 2013
The smart bear
This cuddly toy contains sensors that collect information about a child’s health, including heartbeat and temperature

@TeddyGuardian    

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