A Medical article

@JESSY3236 (7760)
United States
November 11, 2016 8:32am CST
I only had stitches once in my life. It was when I fell off a cliff at a park. It was raining and I was running across a bridge and roll down a hill. I had to get stitches in my head. In this article (below), it talks about smart stitches. The stitches have tiny sensors that will monitor the wounds as they heal. I think that's really neat. Here is the article:
Tiny sensors and electronics on threads create smart sutures that can monitor wounds as they heal.
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@marlina (80496)
• Canada
11 Nov 16
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@Corbin5 (122356)
• United States
11 Nov 16
That is amazing. That monitoring is a blessing to patient and doctor alike.
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@skysnap (18216)
11 Nov 16
I wonder how it works.
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@happyhaha (294)
• Fuzhou, China
13 Nov 16
Progressing of medicine will give us luckier. Hopefully everybody would be happier.
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@1hopefulman (34743)
• Canada
11 Nov 16
That is very interesting! Humans are so clever when it comes to electronics but not so good when it comes to getting along so that we could eliminate problems that make life so challenging such as pollution and destruction of the planet.
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@just4him (132105)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
12 Nov 16
That is neat. Medicine is sure progressing.