A new generation of wearable consumer technology is introducing the world to the concept of biosensors that can continually monitor aspects of our lives. Beyond helping us simply sleep better or run faster, wearable sensors can also play an important role in monitoring and diagnosing patient health, including GI health.
This is why companies like GI Logic are developing ever more sophisticated monitoring devices and software. Our AbStats AGIS biosensor is once such device that can help doctors and hospitals improve patient health and outcomes.
As the Director of Health Services Research at Cedars-Sinai Health System and the principal investigator for AbStats, Dr. Brennan Spiegel knows how these devices can be game-changers for the medical profession. Here he explains the technology and its potential.
Wearable Biosensors FAQ
We’ve distilled the presentation above down to five key questions that explain how and why the future of biosensors is so important to healthcare.
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