Electronic Skin Patches for Temperature Monitoring

28 October 2022 by Andy Ko
Electronic skin patches are being increasingly adopted for use by hospitals and at home. A key sensor used by these electronic skin patches is the temperature sensor, which is a vital indicator of various conditions such as infection and fever, stress, circadian rhythm, ovulation/menstrual cycle, fatigue, depression, insomnia, metabolic function, and more. By using electronic skin patches as a form factor for temperature monitoring, the device can bring value for use cases such as COVID-19 fever monitoring or foetal temperature monitoring. In this premium article, IDTechEx looks at the applications, technology, and players for temperature monitoring in electronic skin patches.
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