Now there is no need to go to the hospital to get the heart and eyes checked, but all these things will be done from the smartphone sitting at home. We are saying this because Google has announced that it is related to the heart and the eyes.
Google's Amazing: Smartphone will tell the condition of the heart, pictures will show whether there is a disease related to diabetes in the eyes
Now there is no need to go to the hospital to get the heart and eyes checked, but all these things will be done from the smartphone sitting at home. We're saying this because Google has announced that it plans to use smartphones to detect heart-related and eye conditions. The move will make it easier for millions of Android device owners to detect serious health conditions from the comfort of their homes. How will all the work be done, let's tell in detail everything...
In fact, Google said that it is testing a new method in which smartphones can be used to detect heartbeats and murmurs. Google has said it plans to use a smartphone's built-in microphone to record heart sounds when placed over the chest.Google will find out all this from the smartphone
Google explained in a blog post that listening to one's heart and lungs with a stethoscope is an important part of a physical exam and helps doctors diagnose heart valve disorders such as aortic stenosis. However, screening for aortic stenosis requires special equipment, such as a stethoscope or ultrasound, as well as in-person evaluation. But now, Google wants to use the microphone in a smartphone, or more specifically, a smartphone, to detect this condition.
The technology is currently in the testing phase
Google wrote in the post- "Our latest research shows whether smartphones can detect heartbeat and murmur. We are currently in the early stages of clinical study testing, but we hope that our work will make people accessible to health." may empower the use of smartphones as an additional tool for assessment."Pictures will reveal diabetes diseases
In addition, Google plans to use images captured using smartphone cameras to detect eye diseases related to diabetes and non-diabetic diseases. The company said it plans to work on a clinical research with partners such as iPAX and Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (CGMH) to find out whether eye images taken with smartphone cameras can cause diabetes and diabetes. May or may not help in the detection of non-diabetic diseases. "While this is in the early stages of research and development, our engineers and scientists envision a future where people can better understand health conditions and make decisions from their homes with the help of their doctors."
The research is based on the company's AI-based ARDA algorithm, which aims to make it easier for people to detect symptoms of diabetic retinopathy.