UM: Wearable Bio-Sensor Holds Promise of Safer Anesthesia for All

UM: Wearable Bio-Sensor Holds Promise of Safer Anesthesia for All

Doctors at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine are developing a unique device designed to make safe anesthesia available to doctors and patients throughout the developing world, where conventional general anesthesia is both expensive, risky, and often impractical.

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