Indian scientists develop ECG machine for just Rs 4,000
A cost effective electro-cardiogram machine has been developed by a group of scientists in India.
The machine is the size of a credit card and can be used to save lives.
The machine can transmit data through mobile phones and will be useful in far off villagers where there are not enough doctors.
The cost of the machine is just Rs 4,000, which is far lower than imported commercial models.
The best part is that the machine can be recharged using a mobile phone charger and the data can be transmitted through mobile network to a specialist anywhere in the world.