Wireless monitoring in the ICU on the horizon

Wireless monitoring of vital signs in the neonatal intensive care unit enables the detection of vital signs, body movement, and vocalization.

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Shah, P.S. Wireless monitoring in the ICU on the horizon. Nat Med 26, 316–317 (2020).

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