Nobody likes having needles in them if they can avoid it from happening, and we’ve seen medical technology slowly heading towards that direction and now there’s one more device to add to the list: the Ornim CerOx 3210F. The CerOx 3210F is a device that uses light-based technology to monitor the blood flow through tissue in adult patients. All doctors need to do is attach the sensors (that have adhesive pads) to a part of the patient’s body, and the monitor will do its job. Currently it is also the only non-invasive continuous blood flow monitoring device available in the world though there’s been no word on when we’ll start seeing it being used in hospitals. Say goodbye to all needles in the future. Find out more about CerOx 3210F.
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