Russian scientists have created a sensor monitoring the state of human health in space


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Russian scientists have created a sensor monitoring the state of human health in space

Researchers at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) developed a cardio sensor that monitors human health in space. A new article has appeared in the Russian Space publication, which tells about the invention.

This cardio sensor operating in the wireless mode will not deliver any discomfort to astronauts in everyday life. The device is equipped with AI, which will react even to very minor changes in the work of the cardiovascular system.

The publication says that, being in orbit, the human body is subjected to difficult tests, so the new device will be just the way.

“It will help develop preventive medicine, which will allow to detect the first symptoms of a developing disease and eliminate it,” said Tatyana Podladchikova from the Skoltech Space Center.

Authors of the development want their cardiac sensor to be adopted in the near future.

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