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The Military Is Making Implants That Monitor The Health of Soldiers in Combat

Military Implants That Monitor The Health of Soldiers in Combat   #IoT #digitalhealth

  • DARPA gave a $7.5 million grant to biotech company Profusa to further develop its biosensors that can give real-time updates on the health status of soldiers in battle.
  • The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the U.S. Army Research Office gave a $7.5 million grant to biotech company Profusa , to further develop its implantable biosensors that will continue monitoring multiple body chemistries.
  • The Military Is Making Implants That Monitor The Health of Soldiers in Combat
  • The U.S. military sees that the technology has the potential of improving mission efficiency through real-time monitoring of combat soldier health status.
  • Health Status Updates On-The-Go

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DARPA gave a $7.5 million grant to biotech company Profusa to further develop its biosensors that can give real-time updates on the health status of soldiers in battle.


The Military Is Making Implants That Monitor The Health of Soldiers in Combat

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