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Proteus Ingestible Sensor for Tracking Medication Intake Receives FDA Clearance February 12, 2014

Posted by sandyclaus in Health / Medicine.
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Proteus Digital Health has received FDA clearance for its ingestible sensor. The sensor (formally referred to as the Ingestion Event Marker or IEM) is part of the Proteus digital health feedback system, which also includes a wireless skin patch (previously called Raisin Personal Monitor) with which the sensor communicates. The sensor can be integrated into ingested products such as pharmaceuticals, to track when one actually swallows one of these substances.

via Proteus Ingestible Sensor for Tracking Medication Intake Receives FDA Clearance.

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