TUCSON – Healthcare is going even more high tech in the way we track, treat and prevent diseases.
University of Arizona professor of medicine, Dr. Marvin Slepian said that BioStamp is a wearable FDA-approved device that was manufactured by a company in Boston.
The skin patch sensors and measures vital signs, activity, posture and sleep.
That documentation and measurement, he says, are able to extend healthcare and track a patient to see if they are on course or deviating.
On Wednesday, he will be holding a lecture on the advancement of wearable technology at the UA Health Sciences Innovation Building starting at 6 p.m.