Innovative Proposal of Cardiac Hawk Eye Technology

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Authors : Sumukha Prasad U, Prithvi Shankar N


Proposal mainly concentrates on the core problem on the early screening of cardiovascular diseases. With presently available instruments diagnosis of the heart diseases is possible, but the constraint that idea is focusing on, is the cost-effective method to be implemented in rural sector. The diagnosis method presently available is ECG, which cannot give the prior information of the disease but only depicts the present status and also for the analysis of the ECG signal a specialized doctor is required. Taking into consideration of disadvantages in the current instruments, a new proposal of module, which can overcome these problems being portrayed. 


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