Breakthrough in pulmonary disease diagnoses
For more than 200 years, doctors relied on their ears to diagnose pulmonary diseases and conditions. Bat-Call CompuSteth is a giant leap into the future.
The device is able to detect out of audibility sounds, to identify them and present them to the doctor in a visual way, thus making the diagnosis faster and more precise, without the need to submit the patient to unnecessary CT or X-Ray radiation. The device has not yet received FDA approval.
- Hyper-spectrum, computerized stethoscope
- Utilizes infrasound clinical data
- Signal processing and machine learning algorithms
- Image of body sound signature
- Controlled by touch screen
- Support BT data transfer
- SPO2 measurement
Spirometry and 3D Mapping Revolutionized
The AIS maps sound source to physical 3D organ (location) highlighting abnormality and is a revolutionary tool in chest functionality estimation. The AIS have easy to use touch screen interface.
The AIS is a portable device that captures chest sounds/infrasounds and uses Deep Learning computerized classification of specific irregularities. The device has not yet received FDA approval.
A clinic at home
Patient-led and community based medicine is a major and fundamental trend in 21th century medicine. It is suggested, through numerous articles, that such health care not only contributes to a more cost-effective care, but also has a positive impact on the patient and their family. The Spirome gives the chronic patient an intuitive reliable device that monitors their chest functions, transmits the information to their doctor or other care providers, and enables them to control and contain the condition. This could help to prevent seizures, to reduce medications, and to reduce time spent in clinics and hospitals. The device has not yet received FDA approval.