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Wearable sensors impersonate skin to aid with wound healing

from BioPharma Dive

Binghamton University and State University of New York researchers have produced skin-inspired technologies to imitate the skin, paving way for long lasting, high-performing wound care in individuals. "We eventually hope that these sensors and engineering accomplishments can help advance healthcare applications and provide a better quantitative understanding in disease progression, wound care, general health, fitness monitoring and more," stated Matthew Brown, a Ph.D. student at Binghamton University. Biosensors are diagnostic devices combining a biological factor with a physiochemical detector to detect and examine a chemical substance and its response in the body. more

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