A new application can detect detective opioid by using a telephone speakerphone and microphone.
The application called "Second Chance" uses the microphone of your phone and becomes a breathing sound device. A group of researchers at Washington University developed the application, which is still in its phases.
Engadget – Referring to the nine articles of January, January 9, 2019 Associated Press and from there Review MIT Technology – They were reported on January 10, 2019, amongst these trials, researchers found that overdose signals began to inject heroin in minutes.
According to this Associated PressThe researchers installed the Vancouver injection management specifically.
The Review MIT Technology The application reported that 194 participants used heroin, fentanyl, or morphine.
The application was able to identify specific apnea: a person's breathing is a temporary condition – 97.7 times.
The Review MIT Technology Similarly, the application has identified slow breathing during the time period, 89.3%, potentially a sign of two overdose signals.
Published in another publication Science Translational Medicine He showed predictive applications predicting the potential to predict overdose 20 times under 20 simulation conditions.
Simulation simulated a solar room, anesthetics were used to imitate the symptoms of devotion.
In Canada, more than 9,000 lives were lost as a result of opioids between January 2016 and June 2018, according to Canadian Health.
The majority of the dead were British Columbia, Ontario and Alberta.
Healthcare studies in Canada show that an average of 17 people were in Canada during the 2017 opioid parenxial poisoning hospital.
Engadget The patent application has been patented and it is intended to obtain "Food and Drug Administration approval". The article states that the creators of U.S. they hope they are integrated with emergency services.
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Source: Associated Press, MIT Technology Review Via: Engadget