With a small, energy-efficient health patch, Holst Centre expects to lay the foundation for better mobile health solutions. The patch was presented earlier this month at a medtech fair in Munich and is ready for more pre-clinical research. The smart patch is comfortable to wear and has been optimized for low power consumption. It is the first of its kind to track physical and cardiac activity, while monitoring bioelectrical impedance, Holst says.
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