Preliminary Investigation of AI-based Wearable Swallowing Sound Detection System

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Preliminary Investigation of AI-based Wearable Swallowing Sound Detection System
Title:
Preliminary Investigation of AI-based Wearable Swallowing Sound Detection System
Journal Title:
AI Health Summit conference (2023)
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Publication Date:
23 November 2023
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Abstract:
Cervical auscultation is a clinically recognized method for assessing dysphagia. It is performed with a stethoscope placed on the lateral border of the trachea above the cricoid cartilage, and the Speech Therapists (ST) interprets the swallowing sounds as normal or dysphagia. However, this assessment requires the experience and skills of the clinician. It takes much time to train an clinician to distinguish various sounds from the cervical region. The purpose of this work is to develop a new wearable acoustic device to collect swallowing sounds, and to analyze and identify them via an artificial intelligence algorithm.
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Funding Info:
This research / project is supported by the A*STAR - GAP
Grant Reference no. : I23AEAG012
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