CGH and SUTD develop lightweight monitoring device to detect real-time bleeding from wounds




Changi General Hospital and the Singapore University of Technology and Design have developed the Blood WArning Technology with Continuous Haemoglobin (BWATCH) sensor, a lightweight monitoring device placed over a patient’s bandage that detects real-time bleeding from wound sites following invasive medical procedures.



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