【验孕棒也智能化了】

【验孕棒也智能化了】在CES展上,一款智能的验孕棒引起了关注。它能在三分钟内获得测试的结果,并通过蓝牙传输到手机的APP上。为了缓解三分钟等待的焦虑,APP开发人员者还专门设计了用于放松或分散注意力的视频播放功能。如果结果显示怀孕,该APP将提供一系列后续服务,如建议询问她的医生,发送提醒,为产前预约,并提供有关婴儿的成长更新。

A positive result! Smart pregnancy test shows the outcome on an app and distracts users with relaxing videos while they wait
First Response Pregnancy Pro Stick was unveiled at CES, Las Vegas
Connects to a user's phone using Bluetooth to show result on screen
Also plays relaxing or distracting videos while they wait for the result
Depending on result, the app provides a user with an action plan and tools

First Response – maker of at-home pregnancy tests - unveiled its Pregnancy Pro Stick at CES, which works with a phone app  to make waiting for the result less stressful. It will also include helpful tools for women trying for a baby, or who are pregnant and have appointments to rememberFirst Response – maker of at-home pregnancy tests - unveiled its Pregnancy Pro Stick at CES, which works with a phone app  to make waiting for the result less stressful. It will also include helpful tools for women trying for a baby, or who are pregnant and have appointments to remember
The three minutes it takes for a pregnancy test to reveal a result can feel like hours for tense women hoping for a particular outcome.
Now there's a test that works with a phone app to make the wait slightly less stressful.
The stick is claimed to be the first Bluetooth test that syncs with an app to offer an action plan based on the potentially life-changing test result - as well as show a series of relaxing videos.

‘The app offers step-by-step assurance through the testing process, as well as a three-minute countdown to the result,’ the company said. Screenshots above show an image of the stick (left) a results screen (centre) and a countdown with options for videos at the bottom of the right-hand screen
Maker First Response unveiled the device at CES in Las Vegas.
It has a small low-power disposable Bluetooth smart module inside, developed by Qualcomm Life and uses the app to keep test results and ovulation dates in one place.

More women than ever are using pregnancy-tracking apps to monitor their ovulation cycles to increase the likelihood of becoming pregnant, as well as apps during pregnancy too.
In fact, the firm said two thirds of pregnant women access health information using their phones.

The First Response Pregnancy Pro Stick will add real-time results to the brand's existing 'Cycle and Ovulation' app.
The single-use test will connect to a woman's phone using Bluetooth.
'The app offers step-by-step assurance through the testing process, as well as a three-minute countdown to the result,' the company said.
While a user waits for the test results, they can watch videos and visuals on the app.
For example, they could choose 'Calm me' which is claimed to be a ease nerves by providing relaxing visuals, or 'Educate me' which gives facts about fertility and pregnancy.
There's even an option called 'Entertain me' to provide a tense user with distracting videos.
After the three minutes are up, the test result will appear on the test stick and can be displayed on the mobile device after a secure code is entered.
Like other First Response tests, the Pregnancy Pro Digital Stick will be able to detect pregnancy as early as six days before the day of the missed period, and with more than 99 per cent accuracy from the day of the expected period.
If the test result is negative, the app will offer suggested next steps and tools including cycle tracking.
The app can also store test results to show how many tests a woman has taken before and helps to determine a woman's most fertile days, based on information added by the user.
If the test result is positive, the app can provide an estimate of a woman's due date - based on data input by the user - track pregnancy milestones, suggest questions to ask her doctor, send reminders for prenatal appointments and provide updates about the baby's growth.
The Pro stick will go on sale in spring and will cost between $15 (£10) and $22 (£15).
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3386905/A-positive-result-Smart-pregnancy-test-shows-outcome-app-distracts-users-relaxing-videos-wait.html#ixzz3wTL9XGCo
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