MIT Engineer Ultrasound Stickers See Inside Body
Ultrasound imaging typically requires skilled technicians and a special wand to direct sound waves into the body, but MIT engineers have created stamp-sized ultrasound stickers that simplify the task. Once adhered to the skin, these stickers are capable of providing continuous ultrasound imaging of internal organs for up to 48-hours.

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We envision a few patches adhered to different locations on the body, and the patches would communicate with your cellphone, where AI algorithms would analyze the images on demand. We believe we’ve opened a new era of wearable imaging: With a few patches on your body, you could see your internal organs,” said Xuanhe Zhao, the study’s senior author, professor of mechanical engineering and civil and environmental engineering at MIT.