Analyzing voice recordings could help detect lung congestion in heart failure patients, study suggests

Written by Ilana Landau, Editor

The results of a new study suggest that analysis of short voice recordings could help detect lung congestion in patients with heart failure, which could help ensure timely intervention provision. The results of a new study – presented at the virtual Heart Failure Association Discoveries event (5–19 June 2020), an initiative of the European Society of Cardiology (Biot, France)  – suggest that analysis of short voice recordings by a novel smartphone app could help detect lung congestion in patients with heart failure, which could help ensure timely intervention provision. Heart failure affects more than 26 million individuals across the globe and...

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