Scientists at Siberian Federal University (SFU) have developed a system for continuous monitoring of the heart, blood vessels, lungs and a number of other body systems. Details of their research were published in the journal Biomedical Engineering.
The high-precision portable multifunctional device is the size of a matchbox. Thanks to it, you can visualize the condition of organs. At the moment, such a device has no analogues.
The development can be carried with you and checked the condition of the body either for prevention or for diagnosis and treatment of various cardiac and other pathologies. Typically, to achieve such goals, it is necessary to check in clinics and attract highly qualified personnel.
Such a device will be especially relevant for those who have recovered from COVID-19. Thanks to it, it will be possible to prevent the onset of adverse consequences.
Another plus is the ease of use of the device. Even intense sports activity does not interfere with his work. All information comes to your smartphone or computer via Bluetooth, WI-FI and cellular networks.
It was previously reported that scientists from the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov (NAFU) proposed environmentally friendly disposal of milk packaging. To do this, they investigated a dry-fracture method for recycling multi-component Tetra Pak paper.
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