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Wearable Technology Gains Popularity in Medical Protective Clothing, Says Textile Intelligence in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

29 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Nowadays, the healthcare authorities worldwide face the dual challenge: preventing illnesses and also finding novel cost-effective treatment options. Medical protective clothing has an important role in infection prevention and control, especially for healthcare workers, who are most vulnerable to the threats of infection.

Presently, the development of medical clothing (which is protective, comfortable and inexpensive) is considered to be a considerable challenge and this, in its turn, drives innovations in textile technology. Meantime, there is a strong demand for higher levels of patient care as more and more people are looking for more convenient options to manage their health.

In such circumstances, some companies have adopted the latest advances in wearable technology to create garments able to monitor the health of the wearer. Worldwide, the usage of such products is gaining popularity, and it is expected that wearable technology could possibly radically change the way healthcare services are delivered.

This new report “Medical Clothing: Beneficial Applications for Health And Well-being” prepared by Textile Intelligence Ltd. offers trustworthy data on the historical and current performance of the world’s medical protective clothing. It contains info on key types of medical protective clothing and its properties and role in prevention and control of various infections. The report sheds light on the recent industry developments and product launches, reviews the existing health and well-being health monitoring accessories. Moreover, the report presents an overview of the top trends and gives forecasts for the market development in the years ahead.

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