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Body Chemistry Monitoring With a "Wristwatch"

News   Feb 04, 2020 | Original story from NC State University.

 
Body Chemistry Monitoring With a "Wristwatch"

The metabolite monitoring device, shown here, is the size of a wristwatch. The sensor strip, which sticks out in this photo, can be tucked back, lying between the device and the user's skin. Credit: Murat Yokus, NC State University.

 
 
 

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