The military, first responders, and even athletes can all benefit from the remote monitoring of such vital signs and data as heart rate, blood pressure, body core temperature and body position. Zephyr Technology is one of the exhibitors in the CTIA Wireless Health Pavilion at this week's Medica event in Dusseldorf, Germany, and CEO Brian Russell demonstrates his company's cutting-edge capabilities.
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