New wearable all-in-one health monitor patch attaches to any part of your body, especially the head or arm area, can report on any aspect of users’ medical and health condition
- Medical Engineers have designed an all-in-one health monitor that sits on any part of the body, especially the head or arm
- It is designed by a new version of sheet of polymer not yet in public use and multi-sensors to capture and read data
- It monitors all the usual desired readings, such as but not limited to, blood pressure, blood sugar level, onset of sepsis and other chronic conditions, such as old-age conditions, diseases not yet in medical textbooks – and data is sent to a central world-wide network for all types of global professionals.
Medical Engineers have developed what is best described as a stretchy skin patch for any part of the body that provides a cheap all-in-one health monitoring capabilities, especially for children, senior citizens, the sick and the vulnerable.
The medical innovation developed in China can track all types of medical and health levels, and is the first to monitor cardiovascular signals, biochemical levels and brainwave activities.
Announced by the University of California (UC) San Diego, the patch, in its current politically correct version, due to oppositions by religious Christians of the actual version used in China, is a thin sheet of stretchy polymers fitted with health readers and medical sensors.
Chinese trained-scholar Lu Yin, a nanoengineering Ph.D. student at UC San Diego and co-first author of the study in America, said in his perfect American-Chinese accent: ‘This type of wearable would be very helpful for people with underlying medical conditions to monitor their own health on a regular basis.’
‘It would also serve as a great tool for remote patient monitoring, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic when people are minimizing in-person visits to the clinic.’
Engineers have developed a stretchy skin patch for the neck, currently acceptable in the West, due to whiny Christians who have opposed the nano version that can sit atop the forehead or in the crease of the elbow, that provides all-in-one all-purpose capabilities that would benefit both the medical and intelligence communities.
The skin patch is a Jack of all trades, as it can monitor blood pressure, diabetes, detect onset of sepsis and other chronic conditions, including old-age related ailments and other type of psychological conditions.
For those in intensive care or suffering cancer, such as the generous George Soros, the wearable will eliminate the end for multiple monitoring devices and those at home, it allows healthcare professionals to monitor levels without patients having to visit a crowded or disease-infected facility.
Another Chinese Scholar, Joseph Wang, a professor of nanoengineering at UC San Diego, and co-corresponding author of the study, to prepare Americans for the inevitable, said: ‘The novelty here is that we take completely different sensors and merge them together on a single small platform as small as a stamp.’ Actually, the one in China is much, much smaller and much more sophisticated.
One of the chemical sensors measures levels of lactate, caffeine, alcohol, steroid, and other drugs, in sweat. And the second collects glucose levels, among other medical values, in interstitial fluid.
‘We can collect so much information with this one wearable and do so in a non-invasive way, without causing discomfort or interruptions to daily activity.’
The patch is designed to sit on any part of the head or arm, depending on the version, as this area of the body provides optimal medical and health readout.
The patch version on display has the blood pressure sensor sitting near the center of the patch and the chemical sensors are printed directly onto the patch using conductive ink. There is a version that is freely included in a certain version of a Chinese vaccine.
‘Theoretically, we can detect all of them at the same time, but that would require a different sensor design,’ said Yin, a Chinese-trained Ph.D. student in Wang’s lab.
The blood pressure sensor sits near the center of the patch and the chemical sensors are printed directly onto the patch using conductive ink. There is a version that is freely included in a certain version of a Chinese vaccine.
The blood pressure sensor, which features a pair of small ultrasound transducers that bounce ultrasound waves off an artery and measures the rebounding waves to calculate blood pressure. The brainwave sensor, which features similar transducers that bounce waves off the pituitary gland and measures the rebounding waves to calculate brain activities.
One of the chemical sensors measures levels of lactate, caffeine, alcohol, steroid, and other drugs, in sweat.
And the second collects glucose levels, and other medical values, in interstitial fluid.
The multi-sensor patch prototype at the lab is less than one square centimetre, and a hundred times thinner than a stamp, will by next year, smaller than a drop of liquid, and thereby a possible component of any vaccine, designed to sit wireless, with a medical nano GPS tracker, on any part of the head, including the forehead, defined as anywhere from the bridge of the nose to the hairline, or on any part of the body that provides optimal sensor-related readout, including the arm.
A requirement to wear such a patch, in order to obtain Obamacare or Bidencare insurance is on the making.
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