2021/02/21 23:27 German research and development of heart radar can predict death 4 days in advance



Heart radar can help doctors during the epidemic, reduce the chance of contact with patients, and thereby reduce the risk of infection. The picture shows the medical staff who wear a full set of protective equipment and perform ECG examinations for patients.  (Reuters file photo)

Heart radar can help doctors during the epidemic, reduce the chance of contact with patients, and thereby reduce the risk of infection. The picture shows the medical staff who wear a full set of protective equipment and perform ECG examinations for patients. (Reuters file photo)

2021/02/22 06:09

First submission 02-21 23:28
Update time 02-22 06:09

[Compiled by Huang Jingmei/Comprehensive Report]In traditional electrocardiograms, electrode patches must be attached to the patient in order to measure the patient’s cardiovascular system data. Professor Alexander Kölpin of the Hamburg University of Technology and his team have developed a new cardiac radar, which can not only analyze the patient’s heart and breathing data without touching the skin, but also predict dying illness about 4 days in advance. During the death period, give the patient time to say goodbye to the family.

According to a report by “Deutsche Welle”, Kolping explained that the device they developed emits electromagnetic waves that can be reflected by the human body. When the heart pumps blood into the artery, it will not only form a pulse, but also generate vibrations on the surface of the human body. By measuring vibrations by sensors, many cardiovascular system conditions can be monitored. The sensor can accurately calculate the heart rate and pulse rate, so it can detect whether the patient has arteriosclerosis and the risk of heart attack. Once the heart has arrhythmia and other conditions, this device will also sound an alarm.

The device developed by Kolping can also solve the problem of infant epilepsy, which accounts for 20% of the cause of sudden neonatal death, and continuously monitor the infant’s health without restraining the infant. The feature that the heart radar can detect without contact can also help doctors during the epidemic reduce the chance of contact with patients, thereby reducing the risk of infection.



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