Smart device acts as monitor, phone for diabetics

09/20/2006 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

A new device that uses 3G mobile phone technology can measure blood pressure, take a pulse reading, download the data to a doctor's office or hospital, as well as act as a phone. Developed by Siemens, it's a sort of ECG machine worn on the wrist. Work is ongoing to have the device measure blood glucose levels by simply placing a finger on the device.

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