New medical technology helps our peacekeeping and medical support work
The People’s Liberation Army Daily, Congo (DRC) Bukavu, December 10th. Li Xiaolong reported: Recently, China’s 25th batch of Chinese peacekeeping medical teams to the Congo (DRC) used China’s latest artificial intelligence diagnosis system to diagnose malaria parasites and provided multiple UN suspects in the mission area. Malaria patients have undergone rapid examination and diagnosis, and timely effective treatment has been provided. Currently, the patient’s health is recovering well.
Prior to this, a patient from a peacekeeping friendly army visited a secondary hospital in China, and our peacekeeping medical team promptly asked him for consultation and carried out related inspections such as peripheral blood collection and nucleic acid sampling. In order to improve the accuracy of diagnosis, the medical team adopts my country’s latest artificial intelligence diagnosis system for malaria parasites, and quickly detects malaria parasites in the blood of patients, providing a scientific basis for subsequent precision treatment.
It is understood that this system was developed by the Academy of Military Medicine of the Academy of Military Sciences. It includes four parts: an image acquisition module, a cell detection module, a malaria classification module, and a malaria diagnosis module. It has the characteristics of low cost, high efficiency, and high accuracy. Can get timely and accurate diagnosis.
Since the artificial intelligence diagnosis system for malaria parasites was delivered to our peacekeeping medical team in July this year, the team has used the system to help the United Nations mission area to effectively control the spread of malaria and help the peacekeeping medical support work, which has been well received by all parties.