Home health care tools now can easily monitor blood pressure, diabetes; check genetics, breath alcohol, pregnancy, as well as body temperature and weight; exercise distance; and heart rate all connected to wearable monitors and cloud computing remote monitoring.
Doctors are telling more and more people with high blood pressure to check their numbers at home. You can even choose a model that you wear on your arm or wrist during the day. But not all of these are accurate. That’s why it’s important to bring your blood pressure monitor to the doctor before you start to use it. Click on this pdf.
Diabetes affects over 425 million people worldwide. Diabetics have to test their blood sugar several times a day, usually by pricking their finger with a lancet. This can be uncomfortable and painful for many, which can result in less frequent testing and consequently a poorer control of blood sugar levels. To combat this problem, several companies are looking for needle-free alternatives that could make the lives of millions of people with diabetes easier.