Assesses the accuracy and reliability of the Hyfe CoughMonitor, with expected high correlation for both cough and cough-seconds. The AI-powered capabilities provide continuous and non-intrusive monitoring, and have the potential to improve patient care, cough research and support drug development.
Abstracts from the 2023 American Cough Conference: ACC2307: Validation of the Hyfe Cough Monitoring System" by Matthew Rudd, Isabel Sanchez-Olivieri, Sarah A R Siegel, and others,
Authors:Matthew Rudd, Isabel Sa´nchez-Olivieri, Sarah A R Siegel, Peter
M Small, Mindaugas Galvosas, Reid Moorsmith, Juan Pablo De Torres, Kevin L Winthrop, Carlos Chaccour
This abstract from the 2023 American Cough Conference: “ACC2307 - Validation of the Hyfe Cough Monitoring System” focuses on assessing the accuracy and reliability of the Hyfe CoughMonitor system. The system utilizes AI-powered capabilities for continuous and non-intrusive monitoring of coughs. The validation study aimed to establish a high correlation in the system's performance for both cough detection and cough duration measurement. This technology is expected to enhance patient care, aid cough research, and support drug development by providing precise and unobtrusive cough monitoring