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Wireless network in hospital monitors vital signs
Date:8/4/2011

ves or doctors if serious problems arise.

The device for an asthma sufferer, for example, might keep track of respiration rate, air quality and pollen counts, among other features.

A frail patient might wear a wireless sensor with built-in accelerometers or gyroscopes that would monitor for falls.

The possibilities are endless and they all promise of better, more consistent care at lower cost, the primary objective of health care these days, Lu says.


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Contact: Diana Lutz
dlutz@wustl.edu
314-935-5272
Washington University in St. Louis
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