CES 2022: Medical technologies you need to know

Over 2,200 companies from around the world exhibited at this year’s CES. Nearly a fifth — 417 — were digital health companies.

Wearables continue to an important role at the event, which remains hybrid virtual and in-person amid the COVID-19 pandemic. There were 276 fitness and wearables exhibitors this year, 56 more than last year.

This year also marked an important first for the health tech space, with Abbott CEO Robert Ford presenting the first healthcare keynote at CES.

As the pandemic continues, so does the trend of devices to slow the spread of the virus. CES digital health exhibitors showcased technology that detects COVID, air purifiers, body temperature thermometers and more.

Here are 7 digital health and wearable products that stood out at this year’s show.

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CES 2022: Medical technologies you need to know

Over 2,200 companies from around the world exhibited at this year’s CES. Nearly a fifth — 417 — were digital health companies.

Wearables continue to an important role at the event, which remains hybrid virtual and in-person amid the COVID-19 pandemic. There were 276 fitness and wearables exhibitors this year, 56 more than last year.

This year also marked an important first for the health tech space, with Abbott CEO Robert Ford presenting the first healthcare keynote at CES.

As the pandemic continues, so does the trend of devices to slow the spread of the virus. CES digital health exhibitors showcased technology that detects COVID, air purifiers, body temperature thermometers and more.

Here are 7 digital health and wearable products that stood out at this year’s show.

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Webinar: Streamlining regulatory information for medical devices in today’s new world

Thursday, September 24, 2020 11 a.m. Eastern time / 8 a.m. Pacific time

 

 

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Gaining the right product approvals and certificates for major markets is fundamental to both succeed and to ensure safety and effectiveness of every medical device. Properly defined and prepared submission reports contain the appropriate information required by the various regulatory bodies for the specific product classification. Regulatory Information Management breaks the silo barriers within a company to create a more unified approach to launching a product and “embeds” regulations as an asset, optimizing and controlling the management of highly-regulated business processes for worldwide submissions and approvals.

Attendees of this webinar will learn to:

Streamline putting a safe and effective device on the market and ultimately improve lives. Maintain full cont…
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