Imagine if taking the pulse of somebody thousands of miles away felt as if you were touching their wrist. Engineers at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, are publishing a paper in Mechatronics describing a piezoelectric membrane that attaches to a patient’s wrist to let you do just that. Each pulse distorts the membrane, generating a voltage that is sent to a device on a surgeon’s fingertip,
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