Add to favorite
 
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Sensor Device for Monitoring Blood Vessels and Heart Developed in Saratov
15.02.2018 13:18
Sensor Device for Monitoring Blood Vessels and Heart Developed in Saratov

Scientists of the Saratov State Medical University have created an innovative device that monitors the condition of the heart and blood vessels, with no blood draw required.


      

As the university press service reports, the device enables anyone to do all the necessary blood tests and detect a disease of the blood vessels at a very early stages. Therefore, it helps patients to start treatment earlier and avoid heart attack, stroke and other consequences.


      

With all that mentioned, the device is not invasive, i.e. it needs no blood sampling for tests, but does them by means of special sensors.


      

“Using the device is as easy and understandable as an electronic tonometer”- specialists say.


      

At present, the device’s certification and preparation for its industrial production is underway.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Medicine Heart    

Next Previous


You might also find interesting:








Comment on our site


RSS   twitter      submit



TAGS:
Project "Night in Metro"  Russian cinema actors  Archeology  MICEX  Locomotives  Mikhail Prokhorov  Russian scientists  Charity  Russian businessmen  Moscow Metro  hospitality in Russia  Tsaritsyno  Rock Hills  Zarubezhneft   Maxim Amelin  Eurasian Modern Art Festival   Russian tourism  Russian law  Komi Republic  Pussy Riot  Russian International  Paleontology  Dovlatov  US sanctions  Far East  Vegfest  guest author  Russian politicians  education in Russia  Russian science  pensions  Russian Premier League  Kolomenskoye  Science Fiction  Moscow  Exhibitions in Moscow  Gourmet Tours  St. Petersburg  Red Book  Russian economy  Sergey Kolyavkin  Yaroslavl   Russian business  Russian Cinema  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Oxford Catalysts Group  Open-Air Festivals  statistics  ISS  Primorsky Territory 


Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites