Google Inc.’s life sciences group has this week introduced a new non-consumer health tracking wearable that will be used by doctors for clinical trails and monitoring patients vital signs.
The Google wearable is a new experimental device, that has been developed within the company’s Google X research division as a watch concept.
The Google watch is capable of monitoring multiple vital stats such as pulse, heart rhythms, and skin temperature. But is also capable of tracking environmental conditions info such as light exposure and noise levels surrounding a patient.
The new health tracking device provides an easier way for doctors to be able to monitor a patient’s vital signs remotely. Although Google has no plans to launch the new wearable device as a consumer product. Jump over to Bloomberg via the link below for more details on the new Google health tracking device.
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