A UK SME is looking for neonatal and paediatric hospitals for vital-sign remote monitoring collaboration under a technical cooperation agreement.
The British SME is developing a remote monitoring diagnostic device and ecosystem for infants. This ecosystem comprises a wearable device to capture clinical vital signs and a bespoke software platform to analyse real-time data, supported by a 24/7 medical assistance call centre. The company is seeking collaboration with leading neonatal/paediatric hospitals to carry out further research on infants using this device, and the data, under a technical cooperation agreement.
The UK company is seeking collaboration with leading neonatal and paediatric hospitals to further develop and carry out research around infants between 0-24months. The purpose of the research would be to test the remote monitoring diagnostic device, supporting infants with chronic diseases, such as: sudden death syndrome, respiratory disease, seizure, diarrhoea, sepsis, pneumonia, asphyxia. The main benefits for the potential hospitals' partners are: routine vital-sign monitoring on the ward; reduced length of stay in hospitals; reduced re-admissions or the drain on hospital. The company is willing to engage with hospitals from any country in Europe and in the international market. The envisaged collaboration would be under a technical cooperation agreement.
Infants are at higher risk of complications when suffering from a medical condition. Thus, detecting any signs early is critical to allow rapid onset of treatment. However, today there are no efficient methods to monitor infant vital signs 24/7 that allow having a clear image of the exact ongoing condition. Although some systems are available for use in clinical settings, there is not yet an option for parents to monitor signs reliably at home. Thus, paediatrics triage is not yet possible. The UK company, based in London has developed a clinical health infant monitoring ecosystem. The ecosystem encloses a wearable device to capture clinical signs, a bespoke software to analyse the data captured, an app, and a medical assistance call centre. The technology will remotely monitor vital signs: temperature, respiration, pulse, oxygen levels, movement, blood pressure, circadian rhythms. The system is conceived to be released in 2 forms i) a medical system for use under clinical supervision, and ii) a consumer system for open use without prescription. The UK company is now seeking collaboration with leading neonatal and paediatric hospitals to further develop and carry out research on infants between 0-24 months. The purpose of the research would be to test the remote monitoring diagnostic device and ecosystem. The envisage collaboration would be under a technical cooperation agreement.
Advantages and innovations
The technology classifies as class 11b wearable remote infant monitoring device and it has been developed to carry out reliable longitudinal monitoring of infants between 0-24 months. Other advantages include: Accuracy of biometric readings: the product will be the first clinical device of its kind to give the highest accuracy in real-time vital signs readings (over 90% accuracy) over a sustained period. Cost reduction in public and private health sectors: the product will allow healthcare providers to triage patients to provide targeted care, thereby reducing care provision costs by reducing re-admissions by at least 60%.
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