bioinstrument

[bī′ō-ĭnstrə-mənt]

n.

A sensor or device attached to or embedded in body tissue to record and transmit physiological data to a receiving and monitoring station.

Nearby words

  1. biohazard,
  2. bioherm,
  3. bioindustry,
  4. bioinformatics,
  5. bioinorganic,
  6. bioinstrumentation,
  7. biokinetics,
  8. bioko,
  9. biol.,
  10. biolinguistics


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