MIT 신체 내부를 볼 수 있는 스티커 개발..."웨어러블 이미징의 새로운 시대"

In the future, doctors may no longer need bulky ultrasound machines and probes to diagnose medical conditions. Engineers at MIT have created a sticker that provides continuous high-resolution ultrasound imaging for 48 hours. The device could be used to diagnose and monitor various diseases. The researchers are working on a wireless version of the stickers, which they say could eventually be used to track chemical reactions, measure blood flow in real-time, and monitor tumor growth.

MIT engineers created stamp-sized stickers that can see inside the body: 'We've opened a new era of wearable imaging'

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