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"We basically took a stethoscope head, ripped out the body and added a microphone inside," explained team member Hon Wen Chong. "It's actually quite cheap. The whole thing only costs around $15 to $20 to make."
Team StethoCloud then built an application that prompts the user to enter personal data such as their date of birth and questions relating to symptoms.
"It asks the important questions that a doctor would also ask," explains Hon Wen.
The user then uses the 'Stethomic' to take five-second recordings of specific areas of their body. The audio files are then uploaded to the cloud where they undergo a diagnostic algorithm. The results are then sent back to the user, together with a treatment plan.
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