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We all remember those days when by an accident we either broke our arm or stretched out some muscles and needed time to heal. But how much time do we really need and who knows what`s going on in that pretty hand of ours?
Inventor Pedro Nakazato Andrade has created a new technology device called "Bones" to keep track the healing of the bones and muscles. It`s a wearable technology system that couples a "smart" orthopedic cast with an online community-based website. Embedded electromyographic (EMG) sensors, the cast monitors and records the muscle activity around the fracture. The data then uploaded to the website where you can see the process of healing.
I think it`s a pretty neat idea, specially when all of the information can be viewed by the doctors which makes it way easier. I, honestly, hate going to the doctors and then trying to explain where it hurts. Yes, I fell off the snowboard and broke my arm lol
<strong>What do you think of Project "Bones"? Would you wear one if you were injured?</strong>
Stay strong, Alex.
*Photo is not mine and sourced below*