Dr Vegh the apparatus would allow testing in the field and an immediate result, in contrast to existing detection methods. If you want to test for malaria in Africa, for example, you go to the site, blood tests, and then test the samples in laboratory conditions, Vegh said. Of pneumonia. With the new device you in the in the on-site demonstration. .
The devices would record cough and sleep sounds, and offers a low-cost diagnostic procedure which no direct contact with the patient.The direction of Dr. Udantha Abeyratne from the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, the team will analyze recordings with new algorithms in the analysis of human speech sounds characterize identify the presence of pneumonia. Continue reading “Dr Vegh the apparatus would allow testing in the field and an immediate result.”