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Media coverage of wireless monitoring of patients in hospital

This week (24th October, 2016) New Scientist published an article about the Oxecam technology which is being used in the non-contact vital signs monitoring research study. 

The article captured the importance of contact-free vital sign monitoring in hospitals and Peter Watkinson, clinical lead for the Critical Care Research Group and intensive care consultant for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said the wireless monitoring "gives the opportunity in the future for pervasive monitoring throughout the hospital".

The article is available online and will feature in the magazine next week.