The iDays EIT Health Valencia Award from the Universitat Politècnica de Valencia (UPV) is given to some students of the Master’s degree and degree in Biomedical Engineering of the Academic Center. their names are Coral Blanquer, Sara Perez, Ekaterina Panova and Laura Almendros And his project involves a panty liner that detects diseases or fertile days of its wearer.
Researchers name their invention ‘Fluyo’ after panty liner analysis pH, consistency, color, and odor of vaginal discharge, This is possible thanks to an application that uses the mobile camera to detect and record changes and view trend graphs.
Through the app people can know the information more clearly. Platform Alert of any discrepancy And what that could mean is anything from infection or inflammation to a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
In addition to analyzing vaginal discharge, Fluyo provides further information of interest:
- yoga exercise To relieve pain during the menstrual cycle.
- recommended visit a gynecologist If it detects anomalies and also helps in expert search.
- there is a place with intimate health information,
- avoid a stage to ask questions.
After winning iDays EIT Health Valencia, UPV students will compete to win the prize at the European level, which will be held next Thursday, 24 November, in Vienna (Austria).
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