Clinical trial wearable by Google

Google X has built a clinical grade health wearable intended for use in clinical trials.  It measures pulse, heart rhythm, skin temperature, light exposure, and noise levels.  The device can collect trial data both inside and outside of the lab.  Google’s life science head, Andrew Conrad, first described the wearable to Bloomberg this morning.

The company is researching several potential uses for the device, including monitoring patients discharged from hospitals.

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