Gene Fridman PhD, MOUTHLAB TRICORDER

Published on September 12, 2015

Gene Fridman, PhD of ENT Research at John Hopkins, will present the “Mouthlab Tricoder” which measures vital signs by use of a mouthpiece and sensors.


​​Mouthlab dubbed a “check engine light for humans” is a non-invasive self-contained handheld device that captures key vital signs from the lips and thumb in seconds to rapidly assess ones health. It was invented and designed by Johns Hopkins biomedical engineers. Multisensor Diagnostics is the company that was formed to commercialize the Mouthlab.

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