Healthy Living: Tiny Heart Monitor

Doctors can manually take your pulse and use other technology to measure the rhythm of your heart.

Now a cutting-edge monitor that’s smaller and thinner than a postage stamp is about to give doctors another option for monitoring your heart health. Hl Tiny Heart Monitor Pkg 5.transfer

Courtney Doyle explains in Healthy Living.

The monitor also uses static electricity to self-power, meaning it does not need a battery or electrical charge to operate.

Professor Wu says his team has filed a patent for commercial development.

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