FREMONT, CA: The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term which implies, at its core, nothing more than the connectedness of different devices and objects. The technology is manageable but is also incredibly transformative. The IoT has the potential to transform all sorts of enterprises, but the most exciting possibilities lie in the healthcare business. IoT is changing healthcare for good and providing a more accurate illustration. Here are some of the revolutionary connected medical devices, already in use.
• Smart CGM Systems
IoT is being used to significant effect is in the treatment of diabetes. New smart CGM systems have been developed, which can automatically monitor and send data regarding blood glucose levels to the user’s smartphone and other devices. This can automatically track and send data regarding blood glucose levels to the user’s smartphone and other devices.
• Smart Insulin Pens
Insulin Pen is another IoT device being used to help with the treatment of diabetes. It is used to inject insulin, automatically record data, transmitting it to the phone so that patients can better track it.
• Connected Contact Lenses
Smart contact lens is the technology that has been under development for use in the healthcare industry for several years. Some Tech companies are working on developing intelligent lenses that can treat presbyopia and aid in cataract surgery recovery.
• Smart Vaporizers
Smart vaporizers are high-tech devices which can more precisely control the temperature of herbal products as you heat them, giving the user a higher level of control. IoT technology leads to improvements in alternative medicines.
The internet of things is the expansion of internet connectivity into physical devices and everyday objects. IoT is used in healthcare settings, and it is referred to as the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). IoMT has provided a considerable number of benefits in the industry by enabling medical practitioners to sense vital patient data in real-time. It also offered real-time intervention solutions and improved the affordability of healthcare and cut hospital costs. It allowed doctors and medical practices to provide higher levels of personalized care.