Which wearable technologies made it to the Final Four?

Myocardial infarction treatment, breast cancer detection, stroke recovery, helping nurses find usable veins for IVs . Coming down to the wire of our wearables technology bracket, it’s interesting to see the choices we’re left with. These devices offer potential paths in the future of healthcare technology. Three of four respond to a medical need that’s […]

Myocardial infarction treatment, breast cancer detection, stroke recovery, helping nurses find usable veins for IVs . Coming down to the wire of our wearables technology bracket, it’s interesting to see the choices we’re left with. These devices offer potential paths in the future of healthcare technology. Three of four respond to a medical need that’s either an unmet need or an inadequately addressed one.

Although you won’t find any vital sign trackers in this round, it’s interesting that medical wearable devices seem to be adopting one characteristic from the FitBit kick — a passive approach to medicine.

Here are the matchups. Based on how well public voting went in the last round, we’re making it available again.

Eyes on Glass by Evena Medical Systems vs Reemo Playtabase   Vote here

BSE bra by First Warning Systems vs. Life Vest by ZOLL Medical   Vote here