New Wireless Device Monitors Patients Following Breast Reconstruction Surgery

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola

Breast reconstruction surgery is a common procedure that many women choose after a mastectomy. Usually all goes well, but sometimes poor blood supply and other surgical problems can lead to a return trip to the operating room. Now, Radiology Business reports that a new wireless “bio-patch” attached for two days after reconstruction can help doctors monitor a patient’s recovery by giving them continuous feedback on oxygen saturation levels in the transferred tissue, and thus...

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