A company in the US has launched a new medical device called Mediscan that it claims can diagnose diseases with the help of a finger.
The device can take photos, detect heartbeats, detect blood pressure and even detect a person’s breath.
The company has been working on its new product for more than a year, and it says it is targeting consumers with its new technology.
“We have seen tremendous interest in medical devices for the last year, particularly from the health care community, and MediSensors is just the first of many that will be created,” CEO Mark Zappala told TechCrunch.
“The world of medical devices is getting bigger every day, and we need to be able to deliver products that can help with everything from diabetes and heart disease to diabetes and cancer.”
Zappala said that it had taken three years to get to this point, and that it would likely not have launched MediSysSensor if it had not been able to get the FDA’s blessing for its product.
The MediSystems patent is expected to be granted in early 2017.
The patent application describes how a device can be configured to scan a patient’s finger, and can take pictures, detect a heartbeat, detect pressure, and even monitor a person using a wearable device.
It could also detect blood, and detect an individual’s breath to help diagnose conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
The app uses a sensor that is mounted in the finger and can detect changes in pressure as well as changes in blood pressure, so the user can have a quick overview of a person without having to physically touch them.
MediSysSystems claims that the device can detect heartbeat from up to five feet away, and breath from up a meter.
It can also detect pressure from up six feet, and be able detect the heartbeat of a human breathing in at 40 beats per minute, and the breath of a normal person at 25 beats per second.
The company also claims that its sensor can detect pressure changes up to 100 times faster than the average wearable sensor, and in some cases more than 100 times slower.
Zappalo said that in addition to this, it has developed an app that can use the sensor to take an image of a user, and also take a video.
The images can be shared with third-party apps and shared through social media sites such as Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook.
Zappalo added that the company plans to expand the patent to cover other devices, such as hearing aids and heart monitors, in the future.
“We are going to go all the way and see what happens in the world of wearable sensors and smartwatches, and hopefully it will be something that will help with a whole range of medical issues,” Zappal said.
The product will launch on the iPhone in the second quarter of 2017.
MedicScan’s chief technology officer is Matt Boudreau, and he said that he was not surprised that the FDA granted MedisysSystems’ patent.
He said that the patent is the result of years of development.
“The first application for the patent was a patent application filed in 2004, and was granted in 2011,” Boudue said.
“It was a very short time period of time, but it really made the world know about the importance of this technology and its capabilities.”ZAppala said the device will be able be configured as a wearable sensor for a variety of different devices, and will not be limited to just the iPhone.
For example, he said the patent could be useful for detecting pressure changes in the ear, and detecting the heartbeat, and could also be useful in detecting blood pressure changes and detecting breath changes.
He added that they have plans to develop other devices for use with other smartwalls, including a sensor for detecting the heartbeat.
The current version of the device is priced at $299.