2nd edition, 28 January 2014 High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Wireless communication standards have allowed sensors to develop from traditional forms — those that require the active involvement of the patient in collecting data, transmitting it, or both — to passive forms that do not need patient participation. The most fully passive sensors can provide constant monitoring of a person’s vital signs or other measures, and store that data or send it wirelessly to a care team.
If you have an interesting and enthousiastic presentation on sensors in healthcare, with topics like:
- Blood-sampling sensors, such as glucose meters
- Tissue-embedded sensors, such as pacemakers and defibrillators
- Ingestibles embedded in pills that dissolve
- Epidermal sensors, such as patches and digital tattoos
- Wearables embedded in clothing or accessories
- External sensors, such as blood-pressure cuffs and pulse oximeters,
After we have received your form, we will come back to you on short notice.
If you are interested to exhibit, you can use the same form.