A group of American scientists invented inflatable tablets to control cancer signals, which become inflamed after taking the size of a table ball into the stomach.
Scientists have inspired the idea of swollen fish, where discs contain sensor sensors to track summer temperatures for up to one month from the stomach to the mouth.
The tablet is made of two types of "gel", which resemble hydrological resistance to gastric stenosis, where the size of the disk after ingestion is 100 times greater than the original size in 15 minutes, to prevent passage through the body.
Scientists say the disk, which doubles the size of a table ball, aims to detect cancer, stomach ulcers and signs of an enemy.
The disc is made of superabsorbent particles covered with a protective layer that protects it from the fracture. He has been immersed in many stomach solutions and mechanically pressed to mimic stomach cramps.
"The hope is to get a" gel "tablet that the patient swallows in the stomach so doctors can control the patient's health for a long time, said Dr. Xuanyi Chow, chief scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In other tests on pigs, small temperature sensors were added to many discs, where the devices demonstrated their ability to completely track the daily activity of the animal.
Researchers have published several reports in Nature Connection, confirming that these devices can feel several things in the stomach, such as controlling the levels of acidity and finding the presence of bacteria or viruses.
You can also install precise cameras on these tablets, to take full images of tumors or ulcers.
Scientists have explained that tablets can be a substitute for gastric balloon operations, because they prevent excessive feeding, which leads to low weight.
You will not need painful operations to grow the stomach's balloon after using these tablets, Dr. Zhao said.