Smartphone Heart Sensor Not Regulated Medical Device, S. Korea Says
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone contains a heart-rate sensor, but that does not make it a medical device, according to a decision by South Korea regulators, prompting a proposed change in the government's device classifications.
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