Samsung’s Implantable Medical Device Could Be Used To Monitor Your Brain

Samsung’s Implantable Medical Device Could Be Used To Monitor Your Brain

Samsung has applied for a patent on a device that communicates a person's physiological and pathological state.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 april 2012

Samsung has applied for a patent on a new invention that could be used to monitor major organs such as the heart and the brain. Patent Bolt reports that this implantable medical device (IMD) would be able to communicate a person’s physiological and pathological state information with an external device.

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