KANAV KAHOL, medical history, basic medical indicators, and offer diagnosis on the basis of information collected. These readings and recommendations are transmitted in real- time to a central cloud database that arranges for medical help or suggests basic treatment in non- emergency cases.
Being considered for all- India deployment by the National Rural Health Mission, the kit costs Rs 25,000 ( minus the tablet) and will be available for approximately Rs 15,000 once it is massproduced. The device’s soon- to- belaunched second generation will add 25 new tests, including those for malaria, typhoid, and the remote analysis of medical slides with the help of a camera fitted into the eyepiece of a portable microscope.
“This is a rapidly self- innovating device that learns from data analytics