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Miniature Sensor Measures Velocity of Blood Flow Below Skin

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Miniature Sensor Measures Velocity of Blood Flow Below Skin

Kyocera Corporation out of Kyoto, Japan has announced the development of a tiny optical sensor for measuring blood flow within subcutaneous tissue. Readings from such a device may help assess how injured tissue is healing, produce evidence of dehydration, and detect altitude sickness. Many other applications may come to light as this kind of technology becomes widely available for use by the public.

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