Boys and girls, what we have here is a simple case of USB optical mouse plus sphygmomanometer equals MDMouse.
It’s perfect for the 70 million odd grown ups and senior citizens in the United States who are suffering from hypertension. Also perfect for anyone else outside the U.S.A. with hypertension. As indicated by the pic above, the MDMouse allows users to check their blood pressure and have the data emailed to medical professionals. The ring beside the mouse accommodates a digit (we believe your thumb goes in there based on how a person grasps a PC mouse) and tightens accordingly for the right amount of pressure, which registers on a corresponding software program on the PC.
Despite its convenience, doctors still suggest using cuff-style upper arm blood pressure monitors over finger sensors become reading a re a lot more accurate with the former. Still, if computing is a part of your daily routine and hypertension keeps you less than healthy, the MDMouse appears quite the impressive accessory.
Alas, mum’s the word on pricing and an official release date. But you might want to check the official site for extra details.