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Autonomous, connected ultrasonic microsystem dedicated to monitoring the pathophysiology of the phonic and respiratory apparatus

Abstract : Abstract This work tackles a combination of two technological fields: “integrated ultrasonic biosensors” and “connected modules” coupled with “Artificial Intelligence” algorithms to provide healthcare professionals with additional indices offering multidimensional information and a “Decision Support” tool. This device comprises a connected telemedical platform (PC or Smartphone) dedicated to the objective and remote assessment of pathophysiological states resulting from dysphonia of laryngeal origin or respiratory failure of inflammatory origin..
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Marwa Sawan, Hilal Reda, Nadine Saad, Sun Bin, Georges Nassar. Autonomous, connected ultrasonic microsystem dedicated to monitoring the pathophysiology of the phonic and respiratory apparatus. 3rd International Conference on Mathematical Models & Computational Techniques in Science & Engineering, MMCTSE 2020, Feb 2020, London, United Kingdom. pp.012001, ⟨10.1088/1742-6596/1564/1/012001⟩. ⟨hal-03472318⟩

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