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Swedish company Noui develops gadget that uses electromagnetic waves to help people with incontinence or neurological diseases; device measures how much urine is contained in the urinary bladder, notifies users of unnormal levels

NCSU researchers develop low-cost, scalable technique to embroider power-generating yarns onto fabric, enabling integration of yarns after clothing item is made; yarns are made with PU-coated copper wires, are stitched onto cotton fabric with PTFE: study

Wearable healthcare devices market projected to be worth US$86.4B by 2029 with CAGR growth of 3.8% from 2022-2029; rise in lifestyle-related chronic diseases driving growth as medical professionals emphasize early, routine patient diagnosis

GlobalData: Continuous glucose monitoring devices could become main solution for US diabetes population if FDA's proposed changes to reimbursement go ahead; majority of diabetes patients currently have to undergo invasive self-testing several times a day

Medtronic launches infusion set in US for MiniMed 600, 700 series insulin pumps that doubles wear time up to seven days; reduction in changes reduces unrecoverable insulin, saves up to 25% in annual insulin costs, reduces plastic waste by up to 50%

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