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bioinstrumentation (s) (noun), bioinstrumentations (pl)
1. The use of instruments attached to animals or people to record biological parameters such as breathing rate, pulse rate, body temperature, or oxygen in the blood.
2. The use of machines and sensors to monitor physiological data from the body; such as, the development and use of instruments for recording and transmitting bodily data from astronauts when they are in outer space.
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