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Scanning a patient’s hands could prevent strokes

A new device that detects an abnormal heart rhythm by scanning a patient’s hands could be used to prevent strokes by speeding up diagnosis in GP surgeries. Called RhythmPad, it’s about the size of a laptop and has two hand shapes cut into the surface. The patient places both hands on the device and….

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