It's just amazing how technology can help us!!!! Now when you go jogging you will probably have some kind of gadget on you to know how much you have run, how many calories you have burnt, your heart rate... and so on. By the end of the week certain apps report you how much exercise you have done and what you should do.
Well, now, stroke patients (can you define what a stroke patient is?) can carry some wearable tech which will give vital data to the doctor.
Some interesting articles for you to read:
Wearable tech aids stroke patients (BBC News)
Wearable technology – just what the doctor ordered (The Guardian)
Living Alone & Moving Abroad | Teatime with English with Lucy!
Let's revise verbs that are followed by an -ING form or by an infinitive: Exercise to do (British Council)
What's the difference between these two sentences?
1. Sometimes people are stopped for speeding.
2. Sometimes people are stopped by speeding.
- Episode 180228 / 28 February 2018 >>> Wearable tech aids stroke patients - Language related to 'Health'. Need-to-know language: vital signs, monitor (their) progress, speed (her) recovery, medical team & heart rate.
A stroke patient is a patient who has suffered a sudden change in the blood supply to a part of the brain, sometimes causing a loss of the ability to move particular parts of the body. (Example: "He suffered a stroke that left him unable to speak for a while")