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Submission + - IBM, Emory working to make a 'GPS' for Intensive Care

An anonymous reader writes: If you've ever seen or had the misfortune of being in an intensive care unit, you know these things are full of complex technology, which means a lot of data being thrown at the doctors and nurses, data they can't possible manage in real time. This CITEworld article shows how IBM, Excel Medical and Emory University are working to create a new device that operates like a GPS to follow a patient's vitals in real time and show if they are getting better or not.
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IBM, Emory working to make a 'GPS' for Intensive Care

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