Endoradiosonde


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endoradiosonde

[¦en·dō′rād·ē·ō‚sänd]
(engineering)
A miniature battery-powered radio transmitter encapsulated like a pill, designed to be swallowed for measuring and transmitting physiological data from the gastrointestinal tract.

Endoradiosonde

 

a miniature radio transmitter that is swallowed by a person or animal, which by means of biotelemetry makes it possible to record certain indexes that indicate the state of the gastrointestinal tract.