The original idea of ​​PRECISE was to create a cloud-based operating system for working with electrocardiograms

From Nobel Laureate Willem Einthoven to this day, this method of diagnosis is becoming increasingly popular and constantly evolving.
Today there are many devices that measure the change in the electromagnetic activity of the heart, and the scope of application has long gone beyond the scope of cardiology alone.
To date, the world is doing about 2 billion cardiograms per year. That is, on average, 1 ECG performed once a year to every 4 inhabitants of the planet.
The most famous scientific libraries store more than a quarter of a million scientific articles that describe the application of ECG in various fields.
With the development of artificial intelligence, analysis of large data and supercomputer computations, the quantity must degenerate into quality.
Something was needed that would help to bind wearable devices, hospital medicine, analytical centers and existing standards of ECG interpretation.
And we did it!
Perhaps, in PRECISE we have collected a whole bunch of innovations all at once. Here you can work with different equipment, with different formats, with different signal quality, with different interpretation standards, with different plug-in smart modules for intelligent patient management algorithms, and much more. But the most important thing is that we were able to overcome the main barrier that limited the implementation of automated interpretation. We have increased the accuracy of annotation from 60% to 90%. And this completely changed everything.
At the moment, individual elements of the cardiogram like, for example, the wave "p" PRECISE sees better than the human eye alone.
Especially worthwhile to note also our unique ECG database. More than 22 thousand cardiograms collected in Ukrainian villages have been carefully processed and translated into the format of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
"There would be no happiness if not for misfortune"
Thanks to the terrible health of Ukrainian citizens, we were able to collect examples of ECG anomalies from all 9 sections of the Minnesota code (with updates of Novakoda).
All this allowed us to take an unprecedented step in the history of medical technology.
We are currently preparing for open validation of our system.
That is, any person in the world will be able to go and use this huge sample to estimate the accuracy of the interpretation of each individual cardiogram.
This will happen later this year.
PRECISE became the basis of the SenceTech ecosystem for mitigation of cardiovascular risks, which is now estimated as one of the top connected health technologies of the outgoing year by Healthcare Tech Outlook, became the semifinalist of the Web Summit and the winner of the Kazakhtelecom pitch competition.