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A machine learning device, meant to monitor the chronically ill, moves into homes

A wearable device that tracks and analyzes vital signs has been cleared by the FDA for home use to keep chronically ill patients out of the hospital.

A wearable device that uses machine learning to remotely track and analyze multiple vital signs has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, expanding the scope of home monitoring systems intended to keep chronically ill patients out of the hospital.

Current Health, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, announced Wednesday it received clearance for an upper-arm

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