For teams who realize that not having access to medical facilities for diagnosis or regular checkup during a Zombie outbreak, the solution is here. It’s the Scanadu Scout health monitor. Invented by Belgian Walter de Brouwer and operated out of the NASA Research Park in California, this device is the real thing. Currently it is undergoing approval by the FDA before it can be available to the public, but current results suggest that this should not be a problem.
How it works and what it detects
The Scanadu Scout works by being placed on the subject’s forehead where it takes a scan of heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, blood oxygen level, and a complete ECG reading, making the team medic’s job way easier than it is currently.
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