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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    

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