New blood pressure sensor patch means no more cuffs

There's an intriguing new blood pressure monitor on the market that doesn't require a cuff. Danish device maker Sense A/S created a patch with an embedded electrode that adheres to the skin and measures changes in tissue stiffness around blood vessels to determine blood pressure. The patch remains on the skin round the clock, and delivers BP data continuously to a monitor, which stores the data. Article

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