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Problem Addressed

Physiological status monitoring (PSM) systems can provide data for necessary preventative interventions, improved performance, risk mitigation, or monitoring of illness or after injury. Current PSM devices are less than ideal due to a number of limitations including limited battery life, poor signal fidelity, and general ergonomic obtrusiveness. This invention is an ingestible, minimally intrusive PSM device that measures heart rate, breathing rate, and core temperature for reliable and rapid monitoring of physiological status.