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A team of researchers from the University of Washington and the University of California San Diego have developed a deep learning algorithm that enables a smartphone's camera and flash to detect blood oxygen levels at home During COVID-19, it was...
Researchers from MIT have developed a wireless electronic lateral flow assay test that can integrate with protein in the body and can be used as a biomarker. This biomarker uses electronic polymers rather than colored lines to indicate the...
An electronic tattoo that can be comfortably worn on the wrist for hours and provides continuous blood pressure measures with an accuracy level that surpasses practically all solutions on the market today has been developed by researchers at Texas...
Graphene based biosensors can help medics to predict the chances of liver transplant developing a complication. Researchers have developed a diagnostic tool that predicts the development of any complications after liver transplant. The device uses a sample of bile from...
Screening individuals for atrial fibrillation (AF) using wearable devices is more cost-effective than screening using traditional methods such as electrocardiograms (ECGs) and pulse palpation, according to new research. The technology is evolving and providing scalability very effectively. Massachusetts General Hospital...
 
 

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