A Japanese university and company said that they have developed a system that can detect the Corona virus in the human exhaled air. Tohoku University and the Shimazu Precision Equipment Manufacturing Company have completed a prototype of the testing system.
The accuracy of the system test, according to the Japan Arabic website, is roughly the same levels as the PCR tests used. On a large scale, according to a joint announcement by the university and Shimadzu on Friday.
The developers aim to put the system into practical use within a few years after conducting clinical research for about 6 months.
The system collects exhaled breaths from test subjects for 5 to 10 minutes to check for water vapor in them.
by analyzing proteins and other substances In the water, the system determines if they are related to the virus. The system then determines whether people are infected or not and estimates the risk of their condition getting worse.
The development of a Japanese device that detects the Corona virus in exhaled air