Engineering students at Jackson State University have designed a “smart mat” that gauges foot temperature of diabetics to help thwart the danger of lower extremity amputations – particularly in Mississippi, where the risk is greater, according to the CDC.
The Mississippi Department of Health said the Magnolia state ranked second in the nation for prevalence of diabetes in 2012. Accordingly, four of every 1,000 deaths resulted from complications of the disease.
As part of their senior design project, JSU students in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology recently created the temperature-measuring device.
Read the full story – Avoiding amputations: JSU CSET seniors engineer a product for diabetics
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Yes Love it!!!! Great JOB!!! #jsu
Awesome and congratulations gentlemen!
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