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Old 04-09-2019, 11:25 PM   #1
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'Wireless Vital Signs Monitoring for the NICU'

'flexible, ultrathin sensors and embedded them in medical-grade silicone to create soft patches that couple naturally to human skin. Radio waves from antennae placed in an incubator mattress power the patches' sensors, whose data are transmitted wirelessly to Bluetooth-enabled devices.

The patches - dubbed epidermal electronic systems - can be used to continuously measure heart rate and heart rate variability, respiration rate, blood oxygenation, and blood pressure.'


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