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Electronics Companies Set the Stage for ECG in A Band-Aid

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FrankRoseEngineer
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FrankRoseEngineer   7/3/2012 10:37:11 AM
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Imagine being able to monitor your EEG and email the result directly to your doctor. This is MUCH faster and more effieient than today where you go to your doctor, wait in the office, wait again in the examining room, talk to the doctor, and finally, get the EEG done. And the wearable EEG could provide data 24/7, unlike the doctor visit EEG.

 

Innovations like this will pave the way to more convenient and efficient health care delivery, while at the same time lowering costs. Products like this are a better answer to the high cost of health care than bloated solutions managed by bearucrats the government wants to provide.

Greg M. Jung
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Greg M. Jung   7/4/2012 12:12:19 PM
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Great minaturization application that will make a positive impact.  I can also see this for monitoring sports atheletes during their workouts and reporting data in real time.  This might also be useful too for neo-natal applications to help prevent sudden crib death.

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