Now you will not need to go to the doctor to tell you your illness, because an scientists has developed a smart cloth that will not only identify your disease, After this, the doctor will consult you after studying the data. Kunal Manokodia, director of the University’s Variable Biosensing Laboratory, is researching on how to convert gloves, spices, clothes and even shoes into high-tech equipments, which make people healthier and improve their lives.
Mankodia said, ‘We are living in the era of state of the art technology, especially in the field of health.’
Mankodiya’s research focuses on the development of smart clothing with sensors, electronics and software, which can collect health statistics from patients and send it to the doctor.
Mankodia’s team is working on a smart glove, with fingers and thumb sensitized, which can check the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, trembling and rigor.
Manokodia, a former student of Saurashtra University located in Rajkot, Gujarat, said, ‘People suffering from Parkinson’s disease have to face the difficulties related to walking and even they can not walk for long distances.’
He said, ‘Glove will provide patient the option of taking care of their health and will also save them from fall or any kind of accident.’
Scientists have invented a new way in which a person can be predicted to have 10 years after heart disease by someone’s blood. This is a method that is more accurate than the traditional methods that predict the disease.
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When someone goes to his doctor, he can check his blood for cholesterol and triglyceride to know the risk of heart disease.
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According to researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), with the additional information about body mass index (BMI), smoking habits and blood pressure, it will be used to know the predictions related to heart disease in the next 10 years. can be done.
Researchers said that today there are many predictors that can tell about its threats. However, the use of threat forecasting counters has been denied in everyday health care because the currently present calculators can only tell the slightest proportion of the event.
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The researcher said, ‘Our study shows that by measuring the combination of five different micro-RNA (ribonucleic acids) and adding this information to the traditional hazards associated with heart disease, we can also find out what Hart Precognitive forecasts can be identified in advance about the attack. ‘