Random heart rate note speaker ready
WASHINGTON: So far we’ve only heard sound and music from speakers, but now a speaker has been developed that can detect arrhythmias by sitting in front of it.
The University of Washington has developed a smart speaker that can use machine learning technology to listen to a person’s heartbeat without being connected to it and to note any sort of arrangement or clutter. In this way, various heart diseases can be detected at an early stage. This speaker has been very successful in the initial test.
A team from the University of Washington has developed a system to note everyone’s heart rate and irregularity for patients who need special care. This speaker can take note of a heart irregularity and report it immediately to the doctor. It should be noted that heart rate and heart rate are two separate issues. Heart response is very important in this regard.
Dr. Arun Shridhar, the creator of the speaker, says that irregular heartbeat causes paralysis and other dangerous diseases. But it is very difficult to identify and now it can be identified at a very low cost. Using a smart speaker at home can help save heart patients from death and complications.
To do this, the patient is seated less than two feet away from the speaker, and the sensitive speaker scatters an unheard sound in the room. This sound hits the patient’s heart and chest and returns to tell what the heartbeat is like and the interval between the two beats is equal or changing. In this way, a detailed description of the heartbeat can be obtained very accurately.
In the initial test, it was tested on 24 heart patients and 26 healthy people and it gave very good results. The system recorded 12,300 beats and successfully noted a difference of 28 milliseconds between beats. The system will be further improved in the next phase.