Dec 22, 16 14:33 UTC
Views on 24/7 Medical Tracking (Research) ¶
I'm an MRes researcher in technology, at the University of Portsmouth, currently specialising in future medical technology for everyday uses & medical uses.
With a first draft prototype on the way, that would track and save biological information. This would track ECG, Heartrate, Blood Oxygen, Blood Sugar & Hydration: all into a small wearable device and transmitted wirelessly to a server. The design of this prototype device will not impede movement and designed to be wire-free.
I would like to ask Asgardians in general, their feelings, opinions & views about being medically monitored 24/7 around the clock. For both personal uses (exercise, gaming, environmental sensing, performance tracking and other) and medical uses (hospital monitoring, remote patient viewing, population health check and others)
The research will be published in a medical journal in 2018
[Mod Post] Thank you for sharing. However, I think this post would be best suited in our Health and Safety forum. I have moved your post there so as to contact them directly. frm general