Digital pill

A digital pill is a type of pill that contains a sensor that can track whether or not the pill has been taken. The sensor is usually a microchip that is powered by a battery. The microchip can store data such as the date and time the pill was taken and can also transmit this data to a receiver. The receiver can be a smartphone or a computer.

What are digital pills made of?

Digital pills are made of a material called polyethylene glycol, which is a type of plastic. This material is combined with other materials to form a gel that can be ingested. The gel is then encapsulated in a capsule that dissolves in the stomach, releasing the gel.

Is there an electronic pill?

Yes, there is an electronic pill. The device is called an "ingestible electronic pill" and is used to measure various body functions. The pill contains sensors that measure things like temperature, pH, and blood pressure. The data is then transmitted to a patch worn on the body, which in turn sends the data to a smartphone app.

Who invented the electronic pill?

There is no one person or team who can be credited with inventing the electronic pill. Instead, it is the result of many years of research and development in the field of nanotechnology.

The first electronic pill was approved for use in the United States in 2017. It is a drug-delivery device that is about the size of a grain of rice. The pill contains a small sensor that is activated when it comes into contact with stomach fluids. The sensor then sends a signal to a patch worn by the patient, which delivers a dose of medication through the skin.

The electronic pill is just one example of how nanotechnology is being used to develop new and improved medical technologies. Researchers are also working on other applications of nanotechnology, such as cancer detection and treatment, and the delivery of vaccines and other drugs.

What is the new smart pill?

The new smart pill is a nanotechnology-based drug delivery system that can be used to deliver a wide variety of drugs and other therapeutic agents to the body. The system is based on a nanoparticle that is able to selectively target and bind to specific cells in the body. Once the nanoparticle is bound to the target cell, it can release the drug or other agent into the cell, where it can then be taken up by the cell and used for its intended purpose.

The new smart pill is still in development, and has not yet been approved for use in humans. However, it has the potential to revolutionize the way that drugs are delivered to the body, and could potentially be used to treat a wide variety of diseases and conditions.

What is Abilify digital pill?

Abilify MyCite is an aripiprazole tablet with a sensor that records when the medication is taken. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Abilify MyCite in November 2017. Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. manufactures the drug.

The tablet contains a sensor that emits a signal when it comes into contact with stomach fluids. The signal is transmitted to a wearable patch. The patch sends the information to a smartphone app. The app then displays the date and time the medication was taken.

The FDA approved Abilify MyCite for the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. The drug is not approved for use in children.

Abilify MyCite is the first digital pill approved by the FDA. The FDA is requiring Otsuka to conduct post-marketing studies to assess the risks associated with the use of the digital pill.