Prevent Fractures in Horses: New Technology Could Help

Researchers at Purdue have designed wearable acoustic emission sensors, which could be used to monitor the formation of these microcracks in bones that can lead to hairline stress fractures unless detected in time. The technology might help prevent serious fractures in racehorses that could cause lameness and lead to more serious catastrophic bone failure.

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