Instant lung examination

anytime, anywhere

main Not sure if that lingering cough is something more than a common cold?
main Worried whether your child's lung condition is getting better on the prescribed treatment?
main Need to monitor the state of your chronic disease to avoid it getting worse?

Get the precise answer to all those questions from the comfort of your home - in just a few minutes! All you need is Lung Passport app and a digital stethoscope which we'll send you.

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how it works

HN embraces the experience of hundreds of doctors enhanced by the accuracy,

speed, and availability of modern technologies

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Medical expertise

Top pulmonogists educate the neural network ...

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Neural network

Thanks to technology, their knowledge becomes available for everyone

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Lung sound library

... by assessing a large set of lung sound recordings

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Lung Passport App

  • You make a recording through a stethoscope
  • It is sent to our neural network
  • Automatic analysis is carried out according to the 'rules' established by the doctors
  • The result is displayed on your screen within minutes
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Lung Passport is in no way a substitute for a full medical examination

The advantages of our technology

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Peace of mind

When worried about your child's breathing - launch the app, take out the stethoscope and follow simple instructions to record lung sounds. Get the exam report within minutes. You will know if any abnormalities have been detected, what is their most likely cause and what would be your next reasonable step.

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Personalized care

With Lung Passport you will maintain a complete history of your lung records. These will provide an in-depth analysis of each case and a timeline graph that ranks them against each other, indicating clearly whether you are getting better, at what rate and how close you are to your own breathing norm.

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Early detection

By pinpointing a slight deterioration in lung function before any symptoms appear (and by taking action!) you are several times more likely to battle the disease efficiently. Don't leave your health and life to chance - do regular check-ups using our app and we will notify you if something is amiss.

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Save time, save money

While doctor's appointments are both pricey and time consuming, Lung Passport’s key function - instant lung examination - will always remain free for all. To further discuss your case you may contact one of our certified physicians via chat or send the recording to your own GP.

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Freedom of movement

You can be anywhere in the world - as long as you've got Internet connection, we have you covered.

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Conscious society

By supporting Healthy Networks, you enable millions of people in developing countries and rural areas to control their lung condition and detect respiratory diseases early on. You help save lives!

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The problem

Leading causes of death in the world

We aim to tackle 3 out of the top 5

One

out of three children

under 2 years visit the ER/A&E for breathing problems

12% to 62,5%

Accuracy in identifying lung sounds by a physician

89% reliability

ANN boasts good reliability in diagnosing same patient several times

53% doctors

When presented with the same lung sound recording, 53% of doctors will correctly identify the sounds twice. Only 17% will do it thrice

85% accuracy

Accuracy in identifying lung sounds by a trained Artificial Neural Network.

Only poor to moderate agreement on a patient’s lung diagnosis is observed between physicians.

Future

Lower respiratory infections, lung cancer and chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) are in top 5 leading causes of death around the world
Being able to detect the onset of the disease and track its progress would considerably increase the chances of recovery and lead to a longer life expectancy. That is where Lung Passport comes in.
Our mission is to deliver cheap, fast and reliable solution for examining lung conditions to people from every corner of the world. We aim to create a virtual assistant that rests on the shoulders of leading pulmonary specialists and is constantly improving with each subsequent examination.
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Key stages of the project

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1. Lung analysis based on auscultation

Currently in development, launching in autumn 2017

2. Partnership with medical centres

Partnership with medical centres and hospitals around the world: with each subsequent assessment, verified by a medical professional, the neural network behind the Lung Passport gets smarter and smarter.

3. Integrated intelligent chatbot

Integrated artificially intelligent chatbot used to determine the disease with pinpoint accuracy (estimated launch: beginning of 2018).

LET'S MAKE THIS FUTURE A REALITY - TOGETHER

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about us

Lung Passport is developed by Healthy Networks, a team of data scientists, engineers and medical professionals from Minsk, Belarus. We are dedicated to harness the power of cutting edge technologies for the benefit of all people concerned about their lung health.

Meet the team

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Helena Binetskaya

Helena Binetskaya

CEO, Co-Founder

“It all started when my baby girl was coughing endlessly for over a month. Time and time again we would take her to the doctors for a check-up. I thought that there would have to be an affordable solution for instant diagnosis, it’s the 21st century, right? But there wasn’t anything available, so it was up to us to build it.”

Alexey Karankevich

Alexey Karankevich

CTO, Co-Founder

“I am developing this app in order to create the next big health solution. Dozens of studies prove that machines surpass humans in detecting fleeting body sounds, breaking them down with high reliability. It only takes a talented team to assemble the existing technology together and create a holistic solution millions will enjoy.”

Maksim Zyabko

Maksim Zyabko

CMO, Co-Founder

“What I find most exciting about Lung Passport is that with every new recording our system educates itself, getting more and more precise. This means that people in less fortunate circumstances, those who, for whatever reason, can't afford traditional medical care can actually receive high standard advice through our service. That is truly inspiring.”

Yuliya Narushevich

Yuliya Narushevich

Software Engineer, Co-Founder

“Modern life is so busy that very often we can't find an opportunity to visit a doctor. One of the advantages of Lung Passport is its mobility, which buys you such a vital time when dealing with lung problems.”

Dmitry Shiray

Dmitry Shiray

Software Engineer

“The greatest thing of Lung Passport, I believe, is that it may help people get right medication in a shorter time and increase the treatment efficiency. It gives an opportunity to monitor lungs state in a timely manner. This means that people will lead healthier and happier life. I am very excited to be part of the process.”

Vitali Dubinetski

Vitali Dubinetski

Software Engineer

“Lung Passport for me is more than just a product. The underlying idea makes me feel proud for being part of the team. After all, we are trying to make medicine more qualitative and accessible, to build a better world.”

Elena Lapteva, MD

Elena Lapteva, MD

Chief medical advisor

Head of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO. Pulmonologist, PhD. Associate professor.

“We are set on achieving the highest accuracy of automated lung condition diagnosis and then using the system in our daily work. Both doctors and patients will benefit from Lung Passport greatly.”

Anatoly Laptev, MD

Anatoly Laptev, MD

Pulmonologist, PhD. Professor

Member of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO.

Valentin Korovkin, MD

Valentin Korovkin, MD

Pulmonologist, PhD. Professor

Member of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO.

Anastasia Pozdnyakova, MD

Anastasia Pozdnyakova, MD

Pulmonologist, PhD. Professor

Member of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO.

Irina Kovalenko, MD

Irina Kovalenko, MD

Pulmonologist. Associate professor

Member of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO.

Mansur Elzbur, MD

Mansur Elzbur, MD

Pulmonologist

Member of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO.

Elena Katibnikova

Elena Katibnikova

Department assistant

Member of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO.

Tatiana Skobeleva

Tatiana Skobeleva

Laboratory assistant

Member of the pulmonology and phthisiology department of BelMAPO.

Anatoly Gameza

Anatoly Gameza

Hardware Engineer

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