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Dublin, Dec. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Wearable Electronics Market in Biomedicine, Healthcare and Wellness to 2033” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com supply.

Wearable technologies in biomedicine, healthcare and wellness are non-invasive and autonomous devices that capture, analyze and summarize physiological data to improve individual health and well-being. These devices are used for self-monitoring or self-assessment, allowing individuals, patients and medical staff to better understand behavior and the body, and therefore health.

Wearable electronic technologies and devices are revolutionizing healthcare through continuous health monitoring outside the healthcare environment. Previously, healthcare surveillance was specific to hospitals and involved time- and resource-intensive clinical intervention.

Wearable and mobile technologies provide wireless medical monitoring with biosignals tracked by medical staff. Its use has increased due to the rapid aging of the world’s population, the need to reduce the burden on hospital and medical facilities, and the growing demand for home health care.

Wearable electronic devices facilitate the transmission of biomedical information and the recording of personal health and offer ease of use while providing assistance, diagnosis, rehabilitation and therapy. Body-worn sensors provide real-time, low-cost, continuous measurement of physiological parameters non-invasively and conveniently over extended periods of time.

Global Biomedical, Healthcare and Wellness Wearable Electronics Market to 2033 offers a comprehensive analysis of this billion dollar market. The report explores key trends and developments.

The content of the report includes:

  • In-depth market overview of current products and technological developments in

  • Smart watches for health monitoring.

  • Sports and fitness trackers.

  • Sleep trackers and wearable monitors.

  • E-textiles and smart clothing for biomedicine and healthcare.

  • Artificial leather.

  • Skin patches and wearable health warning and monitoring devices.

  • Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), hydration and sweat sensors.

  • Wearable drug delivery.

  • Cosmetic patches.

  • Smart shoes.

  • Smart contact lenses and smart glasses for the visually impaired.

  • Femtech devices.

  • Smart Wound Care.

  • Wearable robotics-exoskeletons, bionic prostheses, exosuits and body-worn collaborative robots for rehabilitation and support.

  • Smart diapers.

  • Medical garments.

  • In-depth product evaluation, including products, manufacturers, features and prices.

  • Global market revenue, historical and forecast to 2033.

  • More than 340 company profiles. Companies profiled include Abbott Laboratories, Acurable, Adamant Health, Aidee Health AS, Alertgy, Alimetry Ltd, Alva Health, AMO Lab, AMF Medical, Apollo Neuro. AquilX, Inc., Avanix srl, Azalea Vision, Biobeat Technologies Ltd., BioSerenity, Charco Neurotech, DaVinci Wearables, Element Science, Inc., Enable Injections, EOFlow Co, Ltd., FeetWings Pvt. Ltd., Glucovibes, Kiffik Biomedical, LumenAstra, Inc., Mawi International, LLC, MEDEXO Robotics, Medtor, Mitsufuji Corporation, Modoo, Nutromics Pty Ltd, Piomic Medical AG, Point Fit Technology Limited, Respira Labs and others.

Main topics covered:

1 SUMMARY

2 WEARABLE ELECTRONICS IN BIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
2.1 Market Drivers
2.2 Current State of the Art
2.2.1 Wearable medical products
2.2.2 Temperature and respiratory rate monitoring
2.3 Wearable health monitoring and rehabilitation
2.3.1 Companies and Products
2.4 Smart Watches
2.4.1 Health monitoring
2.4.2 Major manufacturers and products of smartwatches
2.5 Electronic skin patches
2.5.1 Applications
2.5.2 Materials
2.5.2.1 Devices based on nanomaterials
2.5.3 Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)
2.5.3.1 Minimally invasive CGM sensors
2.5.3.2 Non-invasive CGM sensors
2.5.3.3 Minimally Invasive and Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring Companies and Products
2.5.4 Cardiovascular
2.5.4.1 ECG sensors
2.5.4.1.1 Companies and Products
2.5.4.2 PPG sensors
2.5.4.2.1 Companies and Products
2.5.5 Pregnancy and newborn monitoring
2.5.5.1 Companies and Products
2.5.6 Temperature monitoring of wearable devices
2.5.6.1 Companies and Products
2.5.7 Hydration sensors
2.5.7.1 Companies and Products
2.5.8 Wearable sweat sensors (medical and sports)
2.5.8.1 Companies and Products
2.6 Delivery of carry-on medication
2.6.1 Companies and Products
2.7 Cosmetic patches
2.7.1 Companies and Products
2.8 Femtech Devices
2.8.1 Companies and Products
2.9 Smart shoes for health monitoring
2.9.1 Companies and Products
2.10 Smart contact lenses and smart glasses for visually impaired people
2.10.1 Companies and Products
2.11 Intelligent Wound Treatment
2.11.1 Companies and Products
2.12 Smart diapers
2.12.1 Companies and Products
2.13 Medical Hearings
2.13.1 Companies and Products
2.14 Wearable robotics – exo-skeletons, bionic prostheses, exo-suits and body-worn collaborative robots
2.14.1 Companies and Products
2.15 E-textile wearable therapeutic products
2.16 Wellness
2.16.1 Sports and fitness
2.16.1.1 Wearables and Clothing
2.16.1.2 Skin spots
2.16.1.3 Products
2.16.2 Sleep trackers and wearable monitors
2.16.2.1 Built-in feature in smart watches and fitness trackers
2.16.2.2 Smart Rings
2.16.2.3 Headbands
2.16.2.4 Sleep monitoring devices
2.16.2.5 Companies and Products
2.17 Market Challenges

3 WORLD MARKET INCOME
3.1 By Product Type, 2015-2033, USD Billion
3.2 Market share by product type

4 COMPANY PROFILES (342 COMPANY PROFILES)

5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

6 LITERATURE

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