Class 10th student developed heart attack predicting machine
Hello chasers ,
My exams are finally over. But I don’t want to talk anything about it. So lets move toward the success story of Akash Manoj. Yes it is true a 10th class student has develop a heart attack predicting machine. He lives in Tamil Nadu. This machine predicts silent heart attack in advance. And hopefully this could possibly save the lives of thousands of people .
Since the time Akash was in class VIII, he start visiting the library at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru, which is more than an hour away from his hometown Hosur in Tamil Nadu. It was his grandfather’s death that prompted him to take up this project. “He was a diabetic and had high blood pressure, but he was healthy otherwise. He had a silent heart attack, collapsed and died. So This was it real inspiration . He develop so he could stop deaths due to silent heart attack.
“I have seen people worried about board exams. I study for it, but it does not bother me”
– Akash Manoj
The device could be approv for human trials, though, clinical trials are ongoing. The product would be launch for public access after a few months of human trail, if nothing goes wrong in the trials.
•A small silicon patch stuck to your wrist or back of your ear can be use regularly to monitor whether there has been a heart attack instead of waiting for a doctor to prescribe a test
•The patch uses a positively charged electrical impulse to draw negatively charged —protein to the surface
•If the amount of FABP3 is high, then the person would need immediate medical attention
•People who are at risk are recommend to use the device twice a day in the morning and at night, before going to bed
•The product can soon be seen in the market and would cost around Rs 900, cheaper than a glucometer
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