VANCOUVER, British Columbia
- March 24, 2021
-- At the most basic level, common consumer wearables measure fitness statistics such as heart rate. But technologies have advanced significantly in recent years, and wearables can now track metrics such as body temperature, blood oxygen saturation, breathing rate, heart rate and rhythms. By monitoring variations in heart rate or body temperature, wearables could alert people about the possibility of early infection with COVID-19 or other diseases. As a result, the data these devices collect could provide people with information on which to base decisions to isolate or to seek medical advice or treatment. Data from wearables can also enhance remote patient monitoring, which takes the pressure off health-care systems and prevents unnecessary exposure of medical professionals to the virus, thus reducing transmission.
Wearable Widgets Technologies Corp. continues the development of widgets to help people track and monitor personal metrics. Staying in touch with the subtle signals the body is sending about its internal conditions now is more critical than ever. Tracking these signals is important for taking proactive steps to maintain overall wellness and uncover health change trends. It is necessary to understand that wearables help to contextualize and monitor primarily individual metrics. When there are marked differences from personal norms, individuals can be alerted, and physicians can later use those alerts and metrics for better diagnoses and treatment plans for a patient's condition.About Wearable Widgets Technologies Corp.:
3DWWW (3D Wearable Waterproof Widgets) is a Vancouver-based technology start-up company that is developing proprietary wearable technologies. Within several years, we plan to grow the network of showrooms and open our stores in British Columbia, as well as to expand into other Canadian provinces. (http://3dwww.company/