Using wireless bio monitoring in studies

December 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Dec2010, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p140
The article discusses the electronic monitoring tool developed by investigators at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles (UCLA). Designed to collect data on the daily activities of young subjects studied for the prevention and treatment of obesity, the wireless network device is believed to have potential applications for rehabilitation patients and disabled people. It can be programmed to give automated text alerts and the kids' response to the technology is positive.


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