Low-resource areas frequently lack the medical technology needed to recognise when something is wrong with a birth. An affordable sensor glove that can communicate information on foetal position and force applied to the foetal head has been discovered by a recent study.
The system, which provides real-time data via a smartphone app, could be extremely helpful in recognising obstructed birth in low-resource areas. This problem is largely caused by obstructed labour, in which the foetus’s position or size prevents the birth canal from accommodating it.
Physicians can treat this condition in a number of ways, but they must first recognise the issue, ideally as soon as feasible.
The electrical current jumped as the sensing glove’s finger went over the joints between the model heads’ “bones,” successfully identifying the joints. This would enable a medical professional to locate these joints and, as a result, establish the foetus’ orientation. Additionally, the glove was able to detect the force being applied on the skulls, giving the smartphone app access to real-time data.
GLOBAL FOETAL POSITION SENSING GLOVE MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global Foetal Position Sensing Glove market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The cornerstone for this technology is a straightforward surgical glove, according to researchers. The glove’s fingertips include flexible pressure and force sensors printed on them. These sensors are made of metal-oxide nanocomposites, which when in contact with an item may result in an electric current.
The sensors, according to the experts, would not obstruct a doctor’s ability to feel with their thin design.Also, the researchers developed a smartphone app that enables doctors to see the sensor data instantly.
The smart glove is an improved wearable gadget made to make it easier for users to interact with and manipulate virtual items. Additionally, the intelligent wearing gloves simulate giving the user’s hands sensitive inputs they can feel, including kinesthetic and tactile feedback that simulates touching and handling objects.
Moreover, smart devices can be used as a media player, a fitness tracker, a media device, a fashion statement, or they can be connected to other digital devices.
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