In a joint effort with Tokyo Medical Dental University (TMDU), the Japanese transnational provider of technology and healthcare goods, Kyocera, has created a cardiac rehabilitation programme that makes use of Vuzix Blade® smart glasses.
The rehabilitation programme, created in partnership with Dr. Tomoyuki Umemoto and his team, includes a tiny electrocardiograph, Vuzix Blade smart glasses, and a Kyocera bone conduction earpiece with biometric sensing.
“TMDU provider of technology and healthcare goods, Kyocera, has created a cardiac rehabilitation programme that makes use of Vuzix Blade® smart glasses.“
While receiving the treatment process, patients put on an electrocardiograph and receiver, with the doctors using smart glasses to track biometric figures.
Both physical and audible anomalies can be picked up, all while the doctor is able to use both hands to help the subject.
The technology has an advisory platform which recommends the quantity of exercise that should be done, which is anticipated to result in a quicker recovery after precise diagnosis.
The assessment period, which is now under progress, intends to confirm the efficacy and determine whether it can be used to treat additional disorders in future.
CEO of the company, Paul Travers, explained that "Vuzix Blade smart glasses are lightweight, comfortable and completely wireless. They're the ideal form factor for ongoing patient-therapist interaction such as occurs with this rehabilitation system,"
"We are pleased to keep expanding our engagement opportunities within the healthcare vertical and look forward to increasing deployment opportunities across multiple applications and geographies."
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