New ‘smart’ pill tells patients when drugs dose due

Source: Telegraph

A new “intelligent” pill that tells patients how to better follow doctors’ orders and take medication properly is to go on sale in Britain within months, it has been announced.

The tiny edible microchip records precise details of medication programmes through a monitoring “receiver” patch attached to patients’ shoulder or arm.

Costing about £50 a month, medical experts said the new “intelligent medicines” could revolutionise the way patients take drugs, which will allow them to better follow doctors’ orders.

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