Ultrasound Stickers Invented By MIT Researchers Provide A Window Into The Human Body
Ultrasound procedures usually require sizeable, specialized equipment that can only be used in a hospital or clinic setting, and the procedure is administered by health experts. All that is about to change with the invention of a stick-on ultrasound device by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
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MIT engineers created stamp-sized stickers that can see inside the body: 'We've opened a new era of wearable imaging'
The wearable medical device created by engineers from MIT provides internal ultrasound imaging for 48 hours by placing an adhesive on the skin.