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The term “electronic-stethoscope” is a bit of a misnomer because it is more of a medical device, said James M. Dyson, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, who has studied the technology.
The electronic-sthesis is essentially a mechanical stethocope that is worn over the ear.
The stethic device attaches to a special silicone wristband, and when it’s placed over the head, it creates a gentle electromagnetic field that is able to pick up and capture electrons in a very specific way.
Dyson says this is exactly the kind of thing you would use for measuring blood pressure, temperature, heart rate and other metrics.
The idea is that the stethical device is very sensitive to the energy of the incoming electric field.
If the sthesis is placed in a way that generates a low energy electric field, it can pick up electrons that might otherwise not be picked up.
Dionys Stethoscope can capture and capture a very small amount of electrons that may otherwise be undetected or unreported.
The device is sensitive enough that it can be used for both diagnostics and therapeutic applications.
The stethoscopic device uses a very simple design.
It uses a small electrode array and a thin wire that runs through the device.
The wire then passes through a small magnet that can generate an electrical field.
The field can then pick up a small amount in the form of electrical charge that can then be transferred to the patient’s skin.
The current the device can capture is around 0.6 milliwatts.
That current is enough to pick a small part of a hair from a person’s head, or a portion of a finger from a hand.
Drones and other drones are used in the industry to capture these small amounts of electricity.
In the future, it is possible that the technology will be used in other applications.
It is also possible that it could be used to capture electrical energy from water.
It’s also possible the technology could be adapted for capturing small amounts in the environment.
The device is a good fit for patients because it does not require a special instrument.
There are no external sensors or a special power source to capture the energy.
It does, however, need to be powered and the device needs to be attached to the body.
The patient then has to be able to detect the presence of the electronic-stimulator.
The patient also has to have a certain degree of comfort and safety.
The electronic-sensors can detect when a person has a seizure or a fever, and the electronic sthesis can pick those up.
The medical device also needs to work at a temperature of about 120 degrees Fahrenheit, or slightly above.
The technology may be able pick up electricity and other types of energy, but it can also be used on the body to deliver medicine or to stimulate cells in a patient.
It may also be able be used as a test to monitor blood pressure and other health metrics, as well as to monitor the health of the body over time.
For now, the technology is a novelty and it’s not clear whether it will become a widely available technology anytime soon.
Diverse medical devices, such as heart monitors, could also benefit from electronic-electronic systems.
The development of this technology has been funded by DARPA and other government agencies, and is part of an effort to develop new ways of monitoring and diagnosing disease.
It has been touted as a way to improve medical care, as it can help patients to get better quicker.
It also could potentially be used by hospitals to diagnose and treat disease, said Dyson.