Wired to Wear, or How to Make Your Trip to Chicago Memorable

By February 24, 2019 No Comments

Textile is art.

Medical wearable textile is ingenious.

There are many wearable textile products on the market. Some are attractive-looking, some are medical devices, but only one of them checks every item on the list, and that is HealthWatch’s Master Caution®.

There are many challenges when it comes to medical wearables in general, but it is even more so when it comes to wearable 12-lead (10 electrodes) ECG medical devices. It is extremely difficult to produce a garment that is comfortable, flexible and fully washable which looks great, and at the same time capable of generating clear and accurate ECG signals. Imagine facing challenges of numerous body shapes, height, female figure, and much more.

Well, our team has successfully managed to do so, coming up with the Master Caution® – the only 12-lead (hospital-quality) remote and continuous ECG system that also has FDA & CE approvals. It is unobtrusive and helps patients maintain their old lifestyle, no longer a liability.

Curious? Well, join us on March 21, 2019, for the opening of the 14-month long Wired to Wear Exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL. Master Caution® will be there, will you?

Here’s some more about what’s happening in Chicago that week:

March 20, this remarkable urban scene happens twice a year!

Willis Tower – step to the glass box and walk in the air!

Moran Faibish

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