Electromagnetic wave measurement

"Abu Dhabi Health Authority" adopts EDE systems to detect infection with "Covid-19"

The Abu Dhabi Department of Health has announced the approval of EDE systems to detect infection with (Covid-19), based on the results of the trial period for the use that is currently taking place in the areas of entry to the emirate, selected public facilities on Yas Island, and specific points of entry and exit in the Musaffah area.

The results of the trial period showed the high effectiveness of EDE systems, as more than 20 thousand people were examined with this device, and the device achieved 93.5% in the sensitivity ratio, which reflects the accuracy of the examination when accurately identifying infected persons, and 83% in the examination quality ratio, which reflects the accuracy of the examination when determining the accuracy of the examination. uninfected persons.

The Undersecretary of the Department of Health, Dr. Jamal Muhammad Al Kaabi, said: “Abu Dhabi has adopted an integrated strategy to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, which is based on increased examination and safe entry, in addition to vaccination and the continuation of precautionary measures.

The use of EDE devices is part of this strategy, and also reflects the leadership's vision of harnessing modern technology to create solutions that turn challenges into opportunities.

We are pleased to add these systems, which were made in Abu Dhabi, to the approved methods for detecting infection with the Covid-19 virus, and to be a new option in addition to the nasal swab and laser examinations, especially as they add a new precautionary layer to create safe areas.”

The scanning systems, developed by the EDE Abu Dhabi Research Institute of the International Holding Company, have technical advantages that allow detecting the possibility of infection with the (Covid-19) virus by measuring electromagnetic waves that change when the RNA particles of the virus are present in the person’s body, thus providing Immediate results by remotely scanning potentially infected people without filming or recording.

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