New fastening for smartphones allows to measure arterial pressure on finger-tips

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Engineers from Californian university to San Diego (United States of America) developed the simple and inexpensive adaptation for smartphones which measures arterial pressure on a finger-tip of the user, using a chamber and flash, reports EurekAlert! . Now its production costs about 80 cents (about 64 rubles). And by mass production its cost can make only 10 cents for piece (less than 10 rubles). The new technology is described in edition "Scientific Reports". "Klipsa" represents printed on 3D - the printer plastic fastening which is put on a chamber and flash smartphones. In...
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