WIWE is a Lead I. mobile ECG, a wearable medical device to assess the user’s risk for stroke and sudden cardiac arrest. It has been used by both medical professionals and end users across the EU. It promotes prevention and early detection by facilitating an unlimited number of ECG recordings working as a symptom event recorder thus increasing the chances of catching issues on ECG to speed up diagnosis.Due to its only 40 gram weight it can be carried anywhere and by connecting to the user’s smartphone or tablet, it immediately analyses the ECG recorded in 60 seconds with the help of a dedicated free application.


About the  designer:

Adam Nagy and Peter Igloi-Nagy has been working together as an independent design duo since their graduation form the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2009. Their design practice is covering a wide range of disciplines, from branding through concept development to design for manufacturing. The team has been delivering design services for international companies in the medical, healthcare and life science industries. Their work has been awarded by many prestigious industry awards like the Red Dot, The Hungarian Design Award, or the Moholy-Nagy Design Grant.

Design: Adam Nagy; Peter Igloi-Nagy
Producer: myWIWE Diagnostics Ltd. (USA)
Photo: myWIWE Diagnostics Ltd. (c)
Year of production: 2016


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