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Flexible amplifiers for vital-sign monitoring

Amplifiers based on flexible thin-film electronics can provide healthcare monitoring systems with high signal-to-noise ratios.

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Fig. 1: Recording electrocardiograms with amplifiers made from flexible thin-film electronics.


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Myny, K. Flexible amplifiers for vital-sign monitoring. Nat Electron 2, 325–326 (2019).

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