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Engineers in Chennai invent 'etiicos' to connect with COVID-19 patients, doctors

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Engineers in Chennai invent 'etiicos' to connect with COVID-19 patients, doctors

Engineers in Chennai invent 'etiicos' to connect with COVID-19 patients, doctors

A group of engineers in Chennai have come up with a technology to form a bridge between COVID-19 patients and health workers.

The device name is called "etiicos COVID-19 Patient Care System." It inter-connects patients and attendees wirelessly within 1kilo meter radius circles.

More than 100 patients can be displayed in the monitor.

Etiicos Covid-19 Patient Care System inventor, Vigneshwar KG said, "Both patients and doctors are affected psychologically and it also affects the number of death cases.

This is a digital solution which connects corona patients and doctors and nurses."

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