The deployment of mobile wireless technology for health purposes, or mHealth, may prove to be a powerful tool in the fight against COVID-19.
A major study examined 27 wearable devices—that could measure heart rate, skin temperature and other health indicators—to determine how effective they were in detecting and monitoring COVID-19 in their users. These included skin patches, sensors embedded in clothing and devices worn on the wrist.
The study found that adhesive sensors placed di…

View Original Source