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Technology at heart of a future ‘improved & cost efficient’ NHS

An App that helps pregnant women monitor hypertension among new NHS innovations that will save lives & improve treatment.

A wireless sensor that better detects breathing rate in hospital patients, an app to help pregnant women monitor hypertension and another that directs patients with minor injuries to treatment units with the shortest queues are among the latest innovations set to be spread across the NHS.

11 ground-breaking projects are being backed in the latest round of NHS England’s programme to develop & spread pioneering ideas, equipment & technology that have the potential to save lives as well as £ms.
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NHS England:  App that helps pregnant women monitor hypertension among new NHS innovations that will save lives & improve treatment

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