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New wearable technology allows doctors to listen to body sounds to monitor health
Doctors use sound to gather information about a patient's health by by listening to heart beat or air flow into the lungs.
Soft, small wearables can be attached to the skin and tracks sounds without wires.
Used on premature babies and adults with various medical conditions, and found clinical-grade accuracy.
It can be used in multiple locations at once and can help in making clinical decisions.
The device is a key advantage because it can listen to and compare different regions of the body.
Research led by John Rogers from Northwestern University, published in Nature Medicine.