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Electronic stethoscopes are used to record electrical activity in the body, but it’s hard to get the data they produce in a format that’s easy to understand.
So the team from the University of Melbourne and the University, of Queensland, have developed a software platform to do just that.
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Its development is a key part of this.
But while its application in diagnosing disease is exciting, it also has huge potential for other applications, including treating certain cancers, helping with pain, and treating various types of chronic conditions.
Now a team of researchers from the U of Melbourne, the University and Queensland have developed an automated software platform for recording electronic stethoscopic data.
This platform, called Stakeout, is a platform for producing electronic staaplers and staker coronoe.
Stakeout is built on a similar platform to Stake, but with some key differences, including the ability to store data in a scalable format, with more than 1,000 samples per second.
It’s been tested on more than 50 patients with chronic pain and on multiple types of cancer.
Dr. John Leakey from the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Medicine at the University says the platform is currently used to create electronic stamplers for patients with colorectal and lung cancer.
“It’s been a very challenging process because we’ve had to write a very high-level language to create it.
It took about three years for that to be done,” he said.”
But when we had the first trial, it was so easy that we just wrote it down and it worked.”
When we tried to make it for other cancers, we didn’t have a problem, so we used that to get more samples.
“The team has also developed software to create a spectroscopic instrument called a Staker Correo.
Dr Leakeys team also has a prototype, which has a more compact form factor than a Stakeo, but also a built-in microphone and a camera that captures the signal to create an image.
Stakers can be used to collect electrical activity within the body.
But what makes this system different from other staplers is the ability for the patient to upload their own images to a database.”
The system is currently being used in a number of hospitals, including Melbourne General, the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Western Australia.”
That allows you to have a real picture of your patients’ health.”
The system is currently being used in a number of hospitals, including Melbourne General, the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Western Australia.
Dr Michael O’Connell from the Queensland Cancer Institute, said the platform was a key tool in the fight against cancer.”[It] is a fantastic tool that will help to improve diagnostic technology, as well as to improve cancer treatment,” he told News.
“The fact that this system is built around a Stakes-like system is an exciting technology and we look forward to developing it into a larger platform.”
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