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The $150 Scanadu Scout is the closest thing to a real-life "Star Trek" medical tricorder.
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In just 10 seconds against your temple, the Scanadu Scout can note your temperature, heart rate, and even blood oxygenation.
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Decades after "Star Trek" made famous the small scanning device that could read your vital signs, the medical tricorder is now ready for prime time. The Scanadu can take everything from your heart rate to your blood pressure to your temperature in just 10 seconds. CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us how it works and why the creator wanted to put medicine into the hands of patients.
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You'll soon be able to embrace your inner Bones McCoy. Decades after "Star Trek" made the small device that could scan for vital signs famous, the medical tricorder is ready for prime time.
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