Why we need this device.
An estimated 17.3 million people died from CVDs in 2008.
27 March 2013 -- The theme for this year's World Health Day, 7 April, is hypertension. Also known as high or raised blood pressure, hypertension increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure.
Uncontrolled hypertension can also cause blindness, irregularities of the heartbeat and heart failure.
However, high blood pressure is preventable and treatable. Early detection is key: all adults should know their blood pressure.
By 2030 more than 23 million people will die annually from CVDs.
What Is a Heart Attack?
A heart attack happens when the flow of oxygen-rich blood to a section of heart muscle suddenly becomes blocked and the heart can't get oxygen. If blood flow isn't restored quickly, the section of heart muscle begins to die.
Heart attacks are a leading killer of both men and women in the United States. The good news is that excellent treatments are available for heart attacks. These treatments can save lives and prevent disabilities.
Heart attack treatment works best when it's given right after symptoms occur. If you think you or someone else is having a heart attack (even if you're not fully sure), call911 right away.
Heart attacks most often occur as a result of coronary heart disease (CHD), also called coronary artery disease. CHD is a condition in which a waxy substance called plaque (plak) builds up inside the coronary arteries.
These arteries supply oxygen-rich blood to your heart.
When plaque builds up in the arteries, the condition is called atherosclerosis.
The buildup of plaque occurs over many years.
Eventually, an area of plaque can rupture (break open) inside of an artery. This causes a blood clot to form on the plaque's surface. If the clot becomes large enough, it can mostly or completely block blood flow through a coronary artery.
If the blockage isn't treated quickly, the portion of heart muscle fed by the artery begins to die. Healthy heart tissue is replaced with scar tissue. This heart damage may not be obvious, or it may cause severe or long-lasting problems.
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Heart failure and diabetes are big problems for both developed and underdeveloped countries to prevent with modern medical science.
Especially, heart failure in sleep is like a death penalty that can't be avoided.
Increase in blood sugar is greatly affected by hereditary factor, so it is hard to be treated. Hypoglycemic shock while driving is a very dangerous factor, because it can not only cause big accidents on the road, but also result in driver's death itself.
Most diabetes patients must have their blood drawn out for a blood sugar test.
Taking one's blood out everyday is a very stressful procedure, and it is dangerous for diabetes patients who are vulnerable to infection. Also, since patients’ blood sugar level cannot be checked hourly, it is almost impossible to monitor their blood sugar level and high blood pressure all the day long.
Sudden death by heart failure, which is one of the most dangerous complications of diabetes, can be perfectly prevented by ‘Watch’ through its warning function that allows patients to notice their sudden health problem while sleeping or doing their daily work.
Through hourly monitoring of diabetes and warning function for sudden heart failure, you will enjoy a new safe, protected environment in your daily life.
The product looks like a watch, and the user can simply wear it on his wrist for use.
Through the warning function for hypoglycemic shock and hyperglycemia that protects individuals from sudden heart failure, this product provides new safe environment for many patients suffering from diabetes.
1. Hypoglycemia Warning (warn before hypoglycemic shock)
2. Hyperglycemia Warning (diet can be adjusted through the warning)
3. Heart Failure Warning (detect arrhythmia before 4~20 minutes of its occurrence)
4. Sleep Monitoring (report snoring and sleep apnea to users)
5. Calculate Daily Excercise Amount (report snoring and sleep apnea to users)
6. Rescue patients by reporting their conditions of shock to family members or doctor (inform all registered people in the device when problems arise to the patients)
7. Check Patient’s Daily Body Condition and Conduct Prevention Diagnosis (pulse, oxygen saturation, blood sugar level, sleeping condition, diet, etc)
8. Emergency Call (users can press the emergency button for immediate rescue request)
9. Group Management for Patients (patients registered in medicare, nursing home, senior hospital can be monitored collaboratively)
10. Monitor User’s Health Condition by Collecting Physical Data and Warn Dangerous Signs of Health (analyzed in the server)
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According to the WHO’s (World Health Organization) report in 2012, 17.5 million people die each year due to cardiovascular related problems. Also, by 2035, the report estimates the increase in the number of current diabetes patients from 382 million to 592 million throughout the world.
As the number of diabetes patients rapidly increases, 1 out of 10 people in the world will be suffering from diabetes in 2035.
‘IDF Diabetes Map’ of 2012 estimated the current number of diabetes patients in the world to be 371 million, and 4.8 million people die from it.
This year’s revised edition expected that the current tendency for diabetes will continue and 5.1 million diabetes patients will die from complications. Also, it estimated that 175 million people did not even have opportunity to be diagnosed with diabetes.
Especially, the top 3 countries with the greatest number of diabetes patients are China (98 million), India (65 million), and the U.S. (24 million). For regional groups, the Western Pacific region including the countries such as Austrailia, China, and Japan has the greatest number of diabetes patients, 138 million.
Michael Hirst, the president of International Diabetes Federation, said, “Amid the world’s misconception about diabetes being the ‘illness of wealthy people,’ the world now encounters the war against diabetes which require tremendous cost to fight.” He added, “to mark World Diabetes Day, we should continuously spread the importance of healthy eating and exercise.”
Meanwhile, according to the 6th revised edition, the U.S. is projected to spend around 548 billion dollars for diabetes. Therefore, North America will become the region that spends the most amount of medical expenses for treating diabetes.
For Southeast Asia, half of the diabetes patients don't even get an opportunity to be diagnosed their disease by proper medical personnel. Therefore, more attention in this region is necessary. Therefore, special attention is necessary for this region.
In Middle East and North African regions, 1 out of 10 people suffer diabetes, and the number of diabetes patients in Central and South America will significantly increase by 60%.
Hereupon, International Diabetes Federation concluded that society’s overall effort is necessary for preventing and curing diabetes and noncontagious chronic diseases (NCDs) and supporting the patients.
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