Doctors and patients are using new innovative technologies for respiratory care and treatment to accurately monitor and diagnose the disease's condition.
FREMONT, CA: Breathing algorithms, smart inhalers, and wearable analytics are at the forefront of the innovation of respiratory care technology. Lung cancers, such as mesothelioma and asthma, are responsible for 70 percent of a country's respiratory problems. Technological improvements are making it easier for doctors to diagnose and patients to self-care.
The evolution of pulmonary technology has got a boost as the COVID-19 epidemic continues to spread. There is no way for the medical community to anticipate the long-term problems that many COVID patients may face in the future.
In the last few years, breathing difficulties have become the leading cause of hospitalizations as cities worldwide have been plagued by air pollution. Patients with mesothelioma, for example, can now benefit from some of these cutting-edge technologies.
There has never been a greater need for simple technology to assist doctors in diagnosing and treating respiratory disorders. Let's look at some of the recent developments and cutting-edge technologies that will help individuals with respiratory diseases have a better future.
Researchers can now use artificial intelligence to make a more exact and accurate diagnosis. For example, intelligent machines can now analyze breathing sounds and generate appropriate pulmonary test results due to advanced algorithms.
When it comes to lung cancer, early detection is crucial for successful treatment. Signs of malignant lung nodules were easier to identify using artificial intelligence systems. These algorithms can interpret chest scans and inform the technician and the doctor remotely if there are any indicators of a problem.
Inhalers deliver almost 90 percent of the drugs given for respiratory diseases. Smart inhalers are a novel tool that can assist patients with respiratory conditions to get their medicine while providing critical information to their doctors.
AI technology has been integrated into smart inhalers, allowing them to gather data and monitor a patient's status. The new technologies tested will help the users by alerting them about any potential environmental triggers and sending notifications to take their medication on time.
The patients' commitment to their treatment is one of the most significant obstacles to proper treatment. Not all patients are diligent about taking their meds on time. Patients can be monitored and notified when it's time for their medication to use innovative technologies such as smart shirts or stickers worn on the body.