A subcutaneous implant will allow an express blood test
A group of scientists from Switzerland has developed a miniature subepidermal sensor that allows you to almost instantly receive various medical data, such as, for example, cholesterol or blood sugar and transmit them via bluetooth to a smartphone.
According to the video presented, the device can even prevent heart attacks several hours before they appear, determining the slightest changes in blood flow.
The invention has already been tested in animals, and the developers plan to soon begin testing in humans.
Such a device can be incredibly useful for people with chronic diseases such as diabetes. And also for those who simply monitor their health and try to lead a healthy lifestyle.