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Salcit Technologies


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About Salcit Technologies

Salcit Technologies is the developer of Swaasa, an AI-driven technology that assesses respiratory health through audiometric analysis of cough sounds in conjunction with critical data from an individual’s temperature, oxygen saturation, existing medical history, past activity, and other symptoms.

Headquarters Location

P405, VJHUB, Bachupally

Hyderabad, 500090,


+91 63039 08029

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Salcit Technologies's Products & Differentiators


    Digital lung health assessment tool

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Salcit Technologies is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Digital Health.


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Salcit Technologies Patents

Salcit Technologies has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Animal rights
  • Animal testing
  • Cerebrum
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Diseases of pleura, Cerebrum, Plant anatomy, Respiratory diseases, Tissues (biology)



Latest Salcit Technologies News

Andhra Medical College tries out AI platform for lung health assessment

Oct 6, 2021

The tool is also able to check the lung condition of COVID-19 patients. Credit: Salcit Technologies Andhra Medical College, one of India's oldest medical schools, has started trying out a new AI platform that assesses patients' lung health, including those who have contracted COVID-19. WHAT IT'S ABOUT The technology being trialled was developed by Telangana-based Salcit Technologies. Called Swaasa, the AI platform uses machine learning to perform an audiometric analysis of cough sounds, along with temperature, oxygen saturation, symptoms. Swaasa is being tested in the primary healthcare setting at the Rural Health Training Centre in Simhachalam. Around 2,000 patients are targeted to partake in the study, which will run over a six-month period. WHY IT MATTERS In an interview with  Times of India , Dr P.V. Sudhakar, principal of AMC, said existing methods of diagnosis such as x-ray, CT scan and other pulmonary tests require a laboratory setup, which can be "expensive and time-consuming". "Moreover, they are not available in all rural and tribal areas," he added. Dr Devi Madhavi, head of AMC's Department of Community Medicine, also said in the news report that the Swaasa will be "highly useful in identifying the appropriate next intervention", as the device helps in screening and identifying whether a lung condition is attributable to airways or lung parenchyma or pleura. According to its website, Salcit aims to replace spirometry, the most common, simple lung diagnostic test, with its AI tool. THE LARGER TREND Like Salcit, researchers at the  Massachusetts Institute of Technology  have developed a low-cost solution for diagnosing COVID-19 that can be deployed in areas where comprehensive diagnostic testing is unavailable. Last year, they introduced an AI tool that also analyses coughs to determine whether or not a patient is positive for COVID-19. The researchers collected over 70,000 audio recordings of people's coughs through a website and used these data to develop, train and validate a model that checks specific acoustic biomarkers related to muscular degradation, vocal cord changes, sentiment or mood changes and changes in the lungs or respiratory tract. After testing, the tool was found to have 97.1% accuracy, 98.5% sensitivity and 94.2% specificity in detecting COVID-19 positive cases. Tags:

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Salcit Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Salcit Technologies's headquarters?

    Salcit Technologies's headquarters is located at P405, VJHUB, Bachupally, Hyderabad.

  • What is Salcit Technologies's latest funding round?

    Salcit Technologies's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator.

  • Who are the investors of Salcit Technologies?

    Investors of Salcit Technologies include C-CIDA.

  • Who are Salcit Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Salcit Technologies include ResApp .

  • What products does Salcit Technologies offer?

    Salcit Technologies's products include Swaasa.

  • Who are Salcit Technologies's customers?

    Customers of Salcit Technologies include Apollo Hositals, Coforge and Mateon Therapuetics.

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