Pneumonia as a final result of COVID-19 occurs when components of the lung fuse and collapse.
The virus damages the surface area space in the organ exactly where oxygen transfer commonly takes location.
When the floor region shrinks, respiratory then will become tough, and the hurt to the lungs can only be detected with an X-ray or CT scan.
Luckily, an synthetic intelligence produced by a Ghanaian scientist is ready to examine chest X-ray or CT scan illustrations or photos to decide lung abnormalities.
On Tech Thursday, Luv FM’s Kwasi Debrah speaks with Dr Mark Amo-Boateng of the College of Electrical power and Organic Methods.