Volume 8, Issue 2, December 2020, Page: 29-35
Implementation of International Telemedicine Network with Rapid Coronavirus Registration by Resonant Technology to Neutralize the Pandemic
Evgeny Bryndin, Research Department of Research Centre "Nature Informatic" of Technological Platform Future Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia
Received: Oct. 2, 2020;       Accepted: Oct. 19, 2020;       Published: Oct. 26, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.cbb.20200802.11      View  48      Downloads  12
Abstract
The World Health Organization calls for better use of evidence and information from COVID-19 surveillance systems to optimize the only approach at our disposal to minimize transmission: to identify, isolate, test and treat each case of the disease. Track and quarantine each contact. Digital technologies play a leading role in contact tracking. Digital technology and artificial intelligence are well established in the fight against the pandemic. In many countries, telemedicine is used alongside traditional care, especially in rural areas, and is now actively used in the context of COVID-19. Telemedicine has proved to be a very effective tool for combating telemedicine to counter the virus. We have not yet realized the full potential of telemedicine. It should open up opportunities for all people to develop an international culture of health and neutralize the pandemic. COVID-19 Various technologies are used to identify COVID-19. Researchers from George Washington University have created a miniature device that allows you to almost instantly detect the presence of COVID-19 (MedicalXpress) in human blood. The operation of the device is based on the color spectroscopy method, and the analysis results can be obtained using a mobile application. The author of the article proposes to use resonant technology for detecting COVID-19. Resonance technology is implemented by a micro-device, designed in the form of a pendant, which is convenient to wear to everyone. The micro-device for detecting COVID-19 is connected to the telemedicine center, which promptly fixes the morbid patient and provides him with the necessary services. Telemedicine centres of various countries are connected to the international medical network for the prompt registration of coronavirus, the exchange of information, decision-making and the provision of services to foreign citizens.
Keywords
Coronavirus COVID-19, Vibration Approach, Resonance Technology, Telemedicine, International Medical Network
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Evgeny Bryndin, Implementation of International Telemedicine Network with Rapid Coronavirus Registration by Resonant Technology to Neutralize the Pandemic, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. Vol. 8, No. 2, 2020, pp. 29-35. doi: 10.11648/j.cbb.20200802.11
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