3D printed device tested successfully for the non-invasive monitoring of the gastrointestinal tract
A team from the University of California San Diego (CA, USA) has developed a wearable device for the monitoring of gastrointestinal electrical activity, potentially cutting costs, time and discomfort associated with current techniques.
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