The last month of spring brought us news of technical developments in the medical field. Medical equipment company Loran is in a hurry to share them with you. Here we go!
AI assistant to detect diseases at an early stage
Ukrainians have created a unique personal medical AI assistant that has an extremely important function: to warn about diseases at their early stages.
This innovative project was developed by specialists with medical and IT expertise, including doctor Andriy Petrukh and entrepreneur Valeria Yasakova.
The Mark medical app is powered by sophisticated artificial intelligence algorithms that analyze a variety of data. It checks test results, health dynamics, and medical history, and receives data from health trackers. Using this data, the assistant can detect red flags and alert you to possible medical problems.
You can download the app on AppStore and GooglePlay.
Artificial intelligence has discovered a new antibiotic that destroys deadly superbugs
Scientists have discovered a new antibiotic that can destroy deadly superbugs using artificial intelligence. AI helped narrow down a large number of chemical compounds to a few intermediates that were tested in the laboratory.
The research resulted in an experimental antibiotic called abaucin, which requires further research before it can be used. This discovery is yet another example of how artificial intelligence can change science and medicine, sparking a medical revolution in the fight against deadly infections.
A new AI tool diagnoses Parkinson's disease with 96% accuracy 15 years before symptoms appear
An artificial intelligence tool developed by researchers can predict Parkinson's disease 15 years before the onset of symptoms with 96% accuracy. For the study, the researchers collected data on the health status of 78 people from Spain using their blood samples. They compared different combinations of metabolites in groups of people who developed Parkinson's disease and those who did not. By using an artificial intelligence tool called CRANK-MS, they were able to accurately predict the disease with high accuracy.
The researchers believe that this new tool can improve the diagnosis of Parkinson's disease and facilitate early intervention and treatment. However, additional studies are needed to confirm the results and assess the potential for its widespread use in clinical practice.
Are you impressed? Because we are! Artificial intelligence is already changing medicine and proving to be an indispensable tool for improving diagnosis, treatment, and medical data management. Its potential in this area is enormous, and it is already helping doctors and patients in many aspects of medical practice.