Download the "ACR" and "Velieve" apps.

November 22, 2020
Two AI applications for diagnosing kidney and urinary tract diseases Two AI applications for diagnosing kidney and urinary tract diseases Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Vision Egypt News: - After the introduction of artificial intelligence technology, applications installed on smartphones have become a private doctor who diagnoses disease cases in light of the closure that the world is experiencing due to the Corona pandemic.

Among the technological applications that diagnose diseases and are currently used by Britain: Velieve, which helps diagnose urinary tract infections by means of home disease testing tools, which are a cup, a urine tool and a color palette at a price of $ 16, and send the results through the application and then obtain a medical diagnosis.

Within half an hour, by showing the proteins in the urine that doctors adopt as an accurate measure to diagnose kidney disease in the early stages and those with urinary tract infection.

The application asks a set of questions after the user dips the color palette into the urine sample, photographing it and sending it through the application, and if a urinary tract infection is detected, the drug is sent to the person inside his home from the nearest pharmacy in London.

The second application, "ACR", helps early detection of kidney disease, and works on the same principle as the first application, as it sends a set of test tools to the home and upon diagnosis of the injury, a doctor from the Health Services Authority communicates with the patient to develop a treatment plan.

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