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The sensors within our fitness trackers have improved greatly in recent years. We now have more accurate heart rate monitors, accelerometers to detect the smallest changes in movement and positioning, and even ECG sensors. - techradar.com
As our world becomes more connected, advanced technology has extended beyond patient medical care and into the hospital infrastructure itself. - hospitalhealth.com.au
Organs, muscles and bones are composed of multiple types of cells and tissues that are carefully organized to carry out a specific function. Disrupting this organization dramatically affects how cells and tissues do their job effectively. - medicalxpress.com
Researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center have recently created a needleless patch that effectively vaccinated mice for the flu in a preclinical study. - docwirenews.com
In many small rural towns there are no doctors to visit when you get sick, no GP to know your history, and no friendly receptionist to stock you up with magazines while you await your turn. - abc.net.au
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