Azerbaijani Scientists Develop Technology to Monitor Cardiovascular Disease via Mobile Phones
Scientists at the Cybernetics Institute of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences have developed a technology to monitor via mobile phones the incubation period for pathological processes in the cardiovascular system.
Institute Director Telman Aliyev explained that the invention is based on the heart sound analysis and technology for monitoring the incubation period. A Eurasian patent has already been awarded for this invention and research results have been published in various journals.
“The monitoring will only tell people with cardiovascular problems that the process is starting. A doctor will make the diagnosis. It will not replace the doctor,” Aliyev cautioned.
Aliyev said that the institute did not hold any talks with mobile operators regarding this project, explaining that they want to demonstrate the invention first, most probably by November 2011. He also revealed that the United Kingdom, Spain and Poland have expressed interest in the project and offered partnership.
Aliyev noted that they expect this invention to become available to the public by the end of 2011.
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Source: News.az; Today.az – Azerbaijani news portals
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