Getting an accurate reading of a persons heart traditionally requires a holter to be worn for 24 hours or longer which can be quite inconvenient, so the 'Heartsense' monitor has been developed as an alternative for healthcare professionals to utilize.
Developed at Cambridge University, the unit works by being worn on the chest and keeping an eye on how your heart is working thanks to a three-point ECG. The unit will also measure blood oxygen saturation as well as body core temperature to provide a detailed analysis of how the patient is by taking multiple data points into consideration.
The 'Heartsense' monitor is presently being commercialized under the Cambridge Heartwear brand and is likely to cost far less than traditional devices.
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