Cloud-integrated wearable device monitors postpartum women's health parameters

Advanced Science News February 29, 2024, 10:00 AM UTC

Summary: A new cloud-integrated wearable device, developed by researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Illinois, monitors postpartum women's health parameters, potentially saving lives. The device, worn over the sternum, tracks heart rate, blood oxygen levels, respiration, temperature, and blood pressure. It alerts doctors of any issues, providing peace of mind for patients and their families. The study group consisted of 20 postpartum Black women. The research was published in Advanced Science.

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