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Wearable Sensor That Could Help Control Salt Intake

News   May 09, 2018 | Original Story by John Toon for Georgia Institute of Technology.

 
Wearable Sensor That Could Help Control Salt Intake

The intraoral electronics with a sodium sensor is based on a breathable elastomeric membrane that resembles a dental retainer. The ultrathin device is flexible and stretchable, and can wirelessly transmit data up to 10 meters. Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech.

 
 
 

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