AI technology will help doctors

 AI technology will help doctors, the severity of infected patients will be known soon

All kinds of research are going on around the world for the treatment of Coronavirus. The results of some are encouraging, but in most cases, time is needed to check the comprehensiveness of the results of the research, which is very lacking. In a recent research, scientists have developed a tool of Artificial Intelligence which will give information about newly infected patients about the possibility of developing severe respiratory disease.

What was found in the research

A study published in the Journal of Computers Materials and Continua, according to the Times of India news, has found that till now the signs/symptoms used to ascertain how likely the patient's condition is to be serious are incorrect. In research, it has been found that what are the signs from which it can be found that the condition of the patient is going to be serious.

Doctors can get big help

New York University clinical assistant professor Megan Coffey said, "Although our model is yet to be approved, it is another tool that can tell the patient how vulnerable they are to being infected with the virus." This can be helpful for physicians treating viral infections. "

Programs become smarter as data increases

Information is given in the computer model designed by the researchers and based on that they make such decisions, these programs become smarter as more data is produced. The programs also monitor the decisions made from the options. And can also tell about the possible consequences of the decision that can be taken for every kind.

The old ways are wrong

Researchers were surprised to learn that some of the known symptoms of Kovid-19, such as lung patterns, fever, pungent resistance, did not prove useful in predicting which patients with mild symptoms may have severe lung disease. is. Not only this, but the severity of the disease also cannot be known even by age and gender, whereas earlier studies have found that patients above 60 years are at greater risk.

So how does this tool work

This new AI tool found special significance in three things. The first liver enzymes are alanine aminotransferases (ALT), reported myalgia, and hemoglobin (hemoglobin) levels. The severity of the disease can be estimated accurately based on the change of these three. The team was able to predict the risk of this ARDS with an accuracy of 80 percent with the help of this tool.

Where ALT levels that increase rapidly in hepatitis and damage to the liver are found in increased amounts in patients with Kovid-19. From this, the seriousness of Kovid-19 can be told.

The important role of these two signs

Deep muscle pain, also known as Myalgia, also begins to increase, and at the same time hemoglobin, which acts to carry oxygen to the blood, has also been found to be related to subsequent respiratory problems.

This tool can be very effective for hospitals in cities like New York where the number of patients is increasing faster than the capacity of hospitals.