Innovative wearables empowering people in their everyday life


A connected medical kegel trainer loved by users to stop urinary leaks and break down the taboo 

Fizimed develops innovative connected medical devices for worldwide markets. The first product is EMY, a connected and fun device for women to strengthen their pelvic floor at home to stop urinary leaks.  EMY has been developed with women and health professionals to ensure the perfect balance between the clinical relevance and a nice user experience. EMY combines the safety and quality of a medical device with fun exercises to ensure motivation and autonomy. www.fizimed.com

The Relevance of Vital Parameters for Health Insights

No matter if in home health, mHealth, remote patient monitoring or in a hospital setting: Collection of vital data from the patient is the first step and the basis for health insights all decisions afterwards. cosinuss° in-ear vital sign monitoring devices are non-invasive and painless. The cosinuss° One wearable monitors heart rate precisely and the new degree° thermometer measures a child´s body temperature continuously. With several new innovations for home health solutions cosinuss° is addressing COPD, fertility tracking, stress management and elderly care. www.cosinuss.com

Empowering people every day by revolutionising healthcare through wearables

Urine loss affects 1 in 3 people at some point in their lives. This condition is uncomfortable and embarrassing for the sufferers and can be expensive and difficult to treat effectively. LifeSense Group is facing this challenge with a combination of smart textiles, wearables sensors and tailored exercise programs. Their smart underwear Carin for women and Wil for men is designed for curing urine incontinence in 8-10 weeks by tracking urine loss data and providing personalized exercises. And lately there is also a tiny sensor for kids teaching them to make it to the toilet on time at night. www.lifesense-group.com

Source: www.wearable-technologies.com

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