The MDMouse marries a standard optical mouse with a sphygmomanometer so that computer users can conveniently monitor blood pressure
When not in use the blood pressure monitor is stowed away inside the body of the optical mouse
Monitoring blood pressure at home is recommended by the American Heart Association for the estimated 74.5 million American adults suffering from hypertension. CalHealth has created a blood pressure monitor that's housed in a computer mouse. After a user pushes a finger into the cuff monitor, the device sends readings to software on a PC for analysis, or to send on to doctors via email.
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