Microwave helmet 'can spot a stroke'

Microwave helmet 'can spot a stroke'

The wearable cap bounces microwaves off the brain to determine whether there has been a bleed or clot deep inside.

June 28, 2014
Manufacturing Group

Scientists say they have devised a helmet that can quickly determine whether a patient has had a stroke.

It could speed diagnosis and treatment of stroke to boost chances of recovery, the scientists say.

Read the full article about the Microwave Helmet by Michelle Roberts, health editor, BBC News Online.

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