Clinical-grade wearable streams symptom data to physicians.
- Stamp-sized device comprises a suite of clinical-grade sensors, including temperature and pulse oximetry
- Device sits at the base of the throat to pick up vibratory signatures of breathing, coughing, swallowing
- Since developing the device, researchers have tested it on more than 50 physicians, rehabilitation specialists and patients at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab and Northwestern Memorial Hospital
- Researcher: ‘We are already seeing clear vital sign differences collected by the