Ukrainian Medical Breakthroughs

by Olha Povaliaieva
Friday, December 31, 2021
2 MIN
Ukrainian Medical Breakthroughs

Ukrainians turn utopia into life: plaster for body condition analysis, 3D printing of bones, and application for melanoma risk assessment

Every year, the state allocates funds to:

  • Improving the efficiency and quality of diagnostics;
  • Increased speed of emergency assistance;
  • Process automation.

By committing this, a lot of attention has been paid to technologies. And they have conquered the world in recent years.

GlobalLogic is an international company developing digital services and leading research in medicine. The Ukrainian branch of GlobalLogic employs more than 700 specialists. Researchers and developers create a large number of innovative programs and devices. One of the important developments for medicine was the invention of Nevus, a mobile application. It can be downloaded by anyone. It's designed to analyze moles. To do this, the user must upload a photo of a mole into the program and wait for the research results. Ready analysis shows the likelihood of developing malignant neoplasms.

The 2021 breakthrough was the invention of the Cardiomo device and Adam technology.

Cardiomo is a portable silicone device designed to analyze the state of the human body. The device is attached to the human body thanks to light material and electrodes. It's alIt'ssalmIt'sundetectablet can read heart rate, respiratory rate, body temperature, analyzing lung function all the time.

All data is transmitted via the Bluetooth system to the phone, after which artificial intelligence of the program performs the analysis. If any abnormalities are detected in the body, Cardiomo will notify and allow the problem to be stopped in time.

3D printing technology Adam has already transformed the medical market of the world. Created by Ukrainian IT entrepreneurs Vladymyr Usov and Dmytryy Kryvosha, the technology is directed to the branches of surgery, prosthetics, and transplantation. The developers presented a project to help doctors model and print bone implants on a 3D printer. The Ukrainian development is currently being tested and reviewed. The implementation of the Adam project will eliminate the need for metal fastenings and repeated interventions in the human body.

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