The post published on TUA’s social media account listed the experiments “VOKALCORD” and “OXYGEN SATURATION”, which are part of the experiments in question, as well as explanations of the terms associated with these experiments.

The following was noted in the post:

– Vocal cord: There are two vocal cords (vocal cords), right and left, and they are located in the larynx. They move, open and close due to the intricate functions of the superior (superior) and inferior (inferior) laryngeal nerves.

– Oxygen saturation: Oxygen saturation refers to the oxygen saturation in the blood. The typical oxygen saturation in a healthy person is between 95 and 100 percent. In people with lung problems, these values ​​may be slightly lower.

– Telemedicine: Telemedicine refers to the communication between patient and doctor over long distances using electronic information and telecommunications technology and thus contributes to individual and public health through diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, intervention, care, advice and reminders.

– Cardiovascular: Cardiovascular disease describes any disease that affects the circulatory system. These include, above all, heart diseases, diseases of the brain and kidney vessels and peripheral vascular diseases.

– Artificial Intelligence: These are information processing systems inspired by an artificial network created by combining artificial neurons and the functioning of the human brain.

– Spirometry: Respiratory function test is basically a test to measure the performance of your lungs. It is a physiological test based on measuring the flow or volume changes that occur during breathing as a derivative of time.

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