To survive, we all need oxygen. Well, oxygenated blood helps vital organs to operate correctly and improve one overall health. At home, you can monitor your oxygen level in a variety of methods. The use of automated OCT, portable oximeter, and analyzing physical signs and symptoms are the most prevalent methods.
Quick heart rate and rapid breathing rate are two classic symptoms of low oxygen levels. 60–100 beats per minute is a normal heart rate, and 12–20 breaths per minute is a typical breathing rate. Your body, on the other hand, reacts to low oxygen levels by raising your heart rate and speeding up your breathing rate. These symptoms might not appear in Covid 19.
Docsun Computation Med Lab Ltd, on the other hand, has used OCT technology to make a substantial breakthrough in the early and precise identification of airborne diseases like COVID19. When you need to test your oxygen level at home, this Artificial Intelligence (AI) system will offer you a value ranging from 70% to 100%, as well as your current heart rate. This data can help you make crucial decisions in an emergency. The normal oxygen saturation ranges between 97% and 100%.
A variety of methods can be used to determine blood oxygen saturation. DOCSUN has developed solutions for advanced scenarios in which a user can use their portable smart device, such as a smartphone, to deploy a ready-to-use default style app for monitoring oxygen levels as well as pulse rate. This data is integrated with the DOCSUN Medical Data Bank to diagnose the user.
The Technology has been enhanced with smart capabilities such as tracking workout progress, recommending essential fat-burning reps, and even offering complete control over essential body monitoring. In this way, it provides full protection against not just the coronavirus but also other health problems.
In conclusion, anyone who wishes to self-diagnose in the privacy of their own home can use the mobile app where the user can gain key information of various vital signs such as SpO2, Level Heart Beats per minute, Respiration Rate, Age range, and Coloration of eyes.