Bishkek, Dec. 11, 2017. /Kabar/. The pilot project called Telemedicine is launched in Kyrgyzstan, adviser to Health Minister, Talant Sultanov told during the conference dedicated to Taza Koom’s program "Perspectives of Digital Government, Digital Education and Digital Health in the Kyrgyz Republic”.
The project was launched with the support of UNDP. "We have already purchased cardio equipment from the Russian company Rostek, which measures the work of a heart. It is a compact device that measures the work of a heart, and the information comes directly to the central database. Further information is analyzed here, where the specialist notifies about the state of human health," he said.
"Thus, smart technologies will help us in everyday life and provide medical services even in the most remote regions," said Sultanov. He also added that such cardiographs should appear in every region and village and the service will be free of charge.
Besides, the Prime Minister's adviser said that a mobile phone application (Spirosmart) will be launched in Kyrgyzstan. It will diagnose human breathing.
"You just need to download this application, blow to it and the program will diagnose," he added.
Telemedicine is one of the directions of medicine, based on the use of modern communication technologies for distance medical care and on time consultations.