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Medicine: Wire-Free Monitoring #1135306

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 03, 2019
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(Studio: David Begnaud) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jon LaPook) The use of wireless monitors to monitor premature babies featured; scenes of premature baby Olivia McDonough†† in Chicago's Lurie Children's Hospital & diagrams of how the wireless sensors process works shown. [Mother Casey McDONOUGH - shows her baby's cords.] [Researchers John ROGERS, Dr. Amy PALLER††- talk about the technology verses the wires.] The importance of physical touch for premature babies & the doctor's personal experience with the wired system discussed.

Begnaud, David;
LaPook, Jon

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