3/12/2012

A prototype of a microcontroller-based personal health monitoring device has been created by researchers in New Zealand to wirelessly connect to a smartphone using Bluetooth technology. The device uses sensors to track blood pressure, heart rate and body temperature, and could be customized to monitor glucose levels or detect markers for diseases. The research appeared in the International Journal of Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications.

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