In Uganda, about 27,000 children would die annually whose age is under 5 years old because of pneumonia.
So what causes the high mortality?
The main reason leading to this situation is that pneumonia is often misdiagnosed as malaria.
Turyabagye, 24, was so shocked by the circumstances surrounding the death that he began researching methodologies for diagnosing pneumonia and its treatments. Then he discovered that the pneumonia affects fart more children far more than it does adults and designed a biological medicine intelligence jacket which can detect the disease more accurately and quickly, called Mamaope. The jacket is based on infant’s body heat and breathing rate. The speed of detection of jacket is 3-4 times faster than a normal doctor and can also avoid human error.
Theory: there is an improved echoscope in jacket and the echoscope is connected to mobile phone app which can record the voice of infant’s chest. It can make tentative diagnosis by analyzing lung symptom.