Wearable sensorfor real-time, continuous monitoring of vital signs

Wearable sensor for continuous physiological measurement

Loughborough University’s ultra-lightweight, wearable sensor offers reliable, continuous monitoring of vital signs including Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, Heart Rate Variability, Blood Pressure, Temperature and Oxygenation levels.

Wearable sensor for continuous physiological measurement

Loughborough University’s ultra-lightweight, wearable sensor offers reliable, continuous monitoring of vital signs including Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, Heart Rate Variability, Blood Pressure, Temperature and Oxygenation levels.

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