|D008175||Lung Neoplasms NIH||0.41|
|D003141||Communicable Diseases NIH||0.07|
There is one clinical trial.
The study aim is to collect and analyze data of potential Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) that could be used for discriminating between patients with and without COVID-19 or with high-risk for COVID-19 by DiaNose breath test. up to 300 subjects will be enrolled to the study ( 200 COVID-19 suspected and 100 healthy volunteers in two clinical sites (1 in Israel and 1 in US). DiaNose system is an electronic nose device that can "smell" diseases in the exhaled breath of patients in real time. This approach is non-invasive, simple and save. The DiaNose prototype system consists the following elements: A Soft Tube connected to a Sensors Chamber - The soft tube is made of medical grade silicon. The subject blows air into the tube for a few seconds and the exhaled air is directed through the sensors chamber. This unit is for single use. • Sensors Reading Unit- a multi used unit for sensors signals measurement. The Sensor Reading Unit is connected to a Laptop that is used to activate and save the test measurements.
Description: Sensing Features (SFs) extracted from each of the sensors are used for statistical analysis by artificially intelligent/pattern recognition algorithm.Measure: collecting and analyzing of DiaNose sensors signals from potential VOC markers in the breath samples of all subjects to build and validate a predictive algorithmic model for diagnosing COVID 19. Time: 1 hour
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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