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A Smart Ring Shows It's Possible To Detect Fever Before You Feel It

News   Dec 15, 2020 | Original story from University of California

 
A Smart Ring Shows It's Possible To Detect Fever Before You Feel It

While not an FDA registered healthcare device, the Oura ring monitors a range of signals, including continuous temperature, heart rate, respiration rate and activity. Initial analysis suggests that a destabilization of temperature happens a couple of days before coronavirus symptoms manifest. The Oura ring detects this pattern. Credit: Oura Ring

 
 
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