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An electronic tattoo to measure blood pressure developed

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Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

Scientists from the Texas A&M and the University of Texas at Austin used an electronic typewriter to measure the primary pressure.

The function works without the help of additional tools and is more accurate than other reading tests such as compact mirrors and wallets.

The smart type, which is also intended for placing the kit, is made of graphene and is equipped with miniature “invisible” censors for data reporting, data, etc. Ice creams deliver weak electrical impulses to the skin. Censors record the operation of the organism to it. This is closely related to the cleaning of the water in the primary vessels and the cooling of the primary pressure. The color change tells if it is higher or lower than normal.

The big advantage of this work is the perfect observation. This allows the main to be measured in any citation.

Electronic typing can take thousands of measurements at regular intervals over several days and give a similar reading of a person’s baseline blood pressure. This is a huge step in the implementation of cuff tonometers, which report the readings only at the moment of demand.

Undoubtedly, there will be people who want to get such a tattoo, since cardiovascular diseases are one of the leading causes of death. For this reason, however, he did not announce when the job will be held in mass production.

Other e-tattoos have been designed to monitor cardiac patients’ heartsvital signs during exercise, or muscles of neurodegenerative patients.

The research was published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.

Source: University of Texas at Austin

Photo: The graphene-based e-tattoo sticks to the skin non-invasively and can monitor a patient’s blood pressure over time / University of Texas at Austin

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