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FDA approves first pocket-sized EKG machine

The government approved the first pocket-sized EKG machine, so small that it promises easier, faster heart measurements in ambulances, the emergency room - even a possible heart attack victim's bedroom. It's also the first hand-held computer-based medical device, part of a growing trend to miniaturize some of medicine's most important equipment. ....Electrocardiograms, also called EKGs or ECGs, a...
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