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Wireless Device Clinical Trial Generates News Coverage

Researchers at STSI complete enrollment in Scanadu Scout study

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A number of media outlets reported on the recent completion of enrollment in a study of the Scanadu Scout wireless vital signs device by the Scripps Translational Science Institute.

Researchers are tracking participants for six months as they use the noninvasive device to measure heart rate, blood pressure, blood oxygen level and temperature.

Read the Xconomy report: Scripps Enrolls 4,000+ in Scanadu Trial of Device for Vital Signs

Read the KPBS report: Wireless Health Sensor Undergoes Clinical Trial at Scripps

Read the San Diego Business Journal article: Scripps Researchers Complete Enrollment for Wireless Health Sensor

Read the Times of San Diego article: Medical ‘Tri-Corder’ Being Tested at Scripps Health

Read the Health IT Outcomes report: Enrollment Completed in First Clinical Trial of Scanadu Scout

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