What are wearable medical devices?

Yogesh Shinde
Yogesh Shinde

Updated · Mar 19, 2024

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Wearable medical devices are electronic technology or gadgets worn on the body to monitor, track, or treat various health conditions, offering continuous health surveillance or support.

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Yogesh Shinde

Yogesh Shinde

Yogesh is an author, tech blogger, and digital marketing expert who has been writing for Market.us since 4.5 years. He is a computer engineer by profession.