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Deploy critical intelligence ( via trained neural network ) in Ventilator to support life and possibly bring back life

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Bio containment presents a unique challenge for auscultation. With the Centers for Disease Control calling for personal protective equipment (PPE) in treating patients for the coronavirus, how does the clinician place stethoscope eartips in the ears for listening? Auscultation at the bedside using a conventional style stethoscope with tubing becomes impossible.

Experienced respiratory therapists can identify different types of asynchrony if they continuously monitor the waveform on a ventilator display screen indicating the pressure and flow. But in an ICU, one respiratory therapist typically oversees 10 or more patients and can’t possibly monitor all of them constantly.

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Aim is to develop a non-invasive method of classifying respiratory sounds that are recorded by an electronic stethoscope and the audio recording. Diagnosis or classification requires recognizing patterns. But most of the time, it is very hard to spot these patterns, especially if the data is very large. Data collected from the environment is usually non-linear, so we cannot use traditional methods to find patterns or create mathematical models. In the past decade, various technologies, such as expert systems, have been used to attempt to solve this problem. However, for critical systems, the error rate for the decision was too high.


Auscultation is a simple, patient-friendly and non-invasive method which is widely used but is of low diagnostic value due to the inherent subjectivity in the evaluation of respiratory sounds and to the difficulty involved in relating qualitative assessments to other people

Auscultation, which is the processes of listening to the internal sounds in the human body through a stethoscope, has been an effective tool for the diagnosis of lung disorders and abnormalities. This process mainly relies on the physician. Using a stethoscope, the physicians may hear normal breathing sounds, decreased or absent breath sounds, and abnormal breath sounds (e.g., rale, rhonchus, squawk, stridor, wheeze, rub)

Deploy critical intelligence ( via trained neural network ) in Ventilator to support life and possibly bring back life


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