Heart attack detector
Chronolife detects heart attacks based on physiologic markers that are measured through sensors embedded in a washable t-shirt. The sensors collect information on six parameters: electrocardiogram, abdominal breathing, thoracic breathing, pulmonary impedance, physical activity and body temperature. The data is sent to an accompanying app for round-the-clock monitoring and reporting. The Paris-based manufacturer aims to make the t-shirt available by the end of the year for less than $300, plus a monthly subscription fee of $15 to $30 for data management.