The kit recently unveiled by the Medical Electronic Science Institute most certainly has some homegrown competition
, as it too seeks to record and wirelessly transmit "ECG
signals and motion, as well as heart rate
and epidermal skin temperature" to mobile phones or PCs. The body-worn sensor utilizes "low power consumption RF transmission," which purportedly enables it to broadcast a constant signal for "up to 48 hours" on a single charge. Notably, the kit includes a "USB receiver, sensor transmitter, lithium battery, electrode sheet and software," but no price seems to be given. Oh, and hit the read link for a quick video
of the package in action.