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Ingestible Sensors for Biomedical

Proteus Digital Health became the first company to receive Food and Drug Administration approval for an ingestible biomedical sensor that monitors the patient’s compliance to medication.

This ‘sensor-enabled tablet’ called Helius comes with an ingestible event marker. It can be administered with pills or incorporated into medicines by the manufacturers. Once swallowed, the sensor is activated by stomach acid. Then, it transmits a signal through the body to the skin patch attached to the skin of a patient, indicating that the patient has ingested medication.

Non- Reusable Syringe- Biomedical innovation

In a major breakthrough, a doctor in Kerala has developed a cheap, effective and eco-friendly medical syringe that can never be reused.

Dr Baby Manoj

“The Peanut Safe Syringe becomes absolutely redundant after its first use. Neither the syringe nor the needle can ever be reused. Scavengers will never be able to collect, repack and sell it in the market,” said Dr Baby Manoj, a radiologist from Kozhikode, who invented the syringe.

The syringe can be used for injection as well as blood aspiration in a single sitting. In other syringe models, separate devices are needed for each procedure.

iSmell: first ‘smelliphone’ add-on

iSmell: Japanese firm reveals the first ‘smelliphone’ add-on that lets you send scents to friends

  • Japanese maker ChatPerf is working on various ‘scent tanks’ that emit different smells for different occasions
  • Prototype works with Apple phones, an Android version is expected in September

The first prototype of what’s been dubbed the ‘smelliphone’ has been shown off by Japanese firm ChatPerf.

In a video on DigInfoTV, ChatPerf demonstrates the Scentee device, which can be attached to smartphones and used to send smells to friends.

The company claim it can also be used to create atmospheric scents while playing games or watching films, for example.

5 ways in which Technologies Hacked our Body

Science fiction taught us that when science starts modifying the human body, it’s going to involve robot parts and genetic modification gone terrifyingly wrong. But the reality is that the body modifications that are right around the corner are way less frightening and quite a bit more useful. It won’t be too many more years before a trip to the doctor can …

#5. Change Your Eye Color

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TRUE CPR Coaching Device

TrueCPR Coaching Device Physio Controls TrueCPR Device Nearly Guarantees Perfect Chest Compressions (w/video)Performing chest compressions in CPR is a fairly simple process easily explained to most laymen, but execution is key. You don’t want to be breaking ribs, but you certainly don’t want to under-pump the patient with even graver results.Physio Control TrueCPR Coaching Device Physio Controls TrueCPR Device Nearly Guarantees Perfect Chest Compressions (w/video) Physio-Control just launched its new TrueCPR coaching device, a system that accurately measures the rate and depth of chest compressions and provides both real-time feedback and follow-up analysis of the supplied treatment.

Wireless signals could transform brain trauma diagnostics

hematoma detector Berkeley Brain Injury Detector Rivals CT in Spotting Cerebral Edema, Intracranial Hematomas
Suspected brain injuries can be difficult to diagnose, and expensive CT scanners are the best way to look for edemas and hematomas. But CT scanners are large, expensive, ionizing, and require specialists to operate.