Multifunctional devices at #ecardio2017

Multifunctional devices at #ecardio2017

#Sensium is a wireless system that monitors vital signs (temperature, respiration and ECG) in the low-risk post-surgery patients. It costs 20€/patient. The nurse is alerted if any of the parameters is abnormal and takes action.
#Sensordot is a device that can measure ECG, motion, blood pulse flow and respiration with autonomy of 24h.
#LabPad is a smart device that tests INR in 5 seconds… costs around 700€. Very useful for our patients under VKA.
#mawi wrist band is an ingenious device similar to the FitBit, however, it is able to provide a 1channel ECG.

Even though I found all the devices and software very interesting, I would say that the @mawi wrist band has by far the biggest potential, due to its capability to provide a 1 channel ECG and due to its low price (around 30€).

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Software at #ecardio2017

Software at #ecardio2017

#Cardiologs is a cloud-based start-up that uploads 7 days holter ECG and interprets it faster and more accurate.
#Carnalife is a portable telemedical system combining artificial intelligence and augmented reality simulations of CT and MRI scans
#implicity gathers all pacemaker and defibrillator brands under one platform, interprets data and sends it quickly to cardiologists for appropriate response. @escardio
#Cardiomatics is a cloud-driven tool for ECG analysis

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ECG Devices at #ecardio2017

ECG Devices at #ecardio2017

#PhysioMem from GETEMED is a 2-channel ECG equipped with 3G that can send instantaneous ECG of your patient directly to your inbox. It is the size of an Iphone, with 4 contact points to the skin and costs 450€ with a monthly fee of 20€ for the 3g.
#CardioSecur also presented their successful solution for 12 and 15 channel ECG acquisition, using a mobile device.
#Cardiocity is a 1 or 6 lead home-ECG monitoring device, which costs around 1000€.
#Comarch ECG monitoring vest allows 30 days one-lead ECG via 3g connection with a cardiologist. Ideal for primary and secondary prevention.

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Lectures at #ecardio2017 @escardio (part2).

Lectures at #ecardio2017 @escardio (part2).

• « Business models for medical apps » presented by Ruben Casado Arroyo (chaired by @enricogaiani and @brittaboeckmann).
• « Issues for telemedecine in 2017 » (presented by Francesco Petracca): data privacy, financial reinbursement, regulation and medical responsibility, app testing. What’s your opinion?
• Raf van Goethem, lawyer from Bergium, lectured on the « Legal framework for the use of telemedical care in Europe » in a session chaired by Frank Lievens and myself. Hi teached us how vulnerable doctors are when trying to treat patients by telemedecine, due to regulatory flaws in the EU legislation. Also, before deploying a telemedicine project or being involved in one, check the applicable rules and legislation, check the obligations for each actor (who is responsible for what), make contractual arrangements, and check the insurance policy (is telemedicine included?)…
• The « Young investigator award » session was chaired by Paul Dendale, Enrico Caiani and Nico Bruining. Impressive presentations of each participant.

Overall, an excellent opportunity to learn and socialize with fellows colleagues.

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ecardio2017 alexandru mischie young investigator award2• « Business models for medical apps » presented by Ruben Casado Arroyo (chaired by @enricogaiani and @brittaboeckmann).
• « Issues for telemedecine in 2017 » (presented by Francesco Petracca): data privacy, financial reinbursement, regulation and medical responsibility, app testing. What’s your opinion?
• Raf van Goethem, lawyer from Bergium, lectured on the « Legal framework for the use of telemedical care in Europe » in a session chaired by Frank Lievens and myself. Hi teached us how vulnerable doctors are when trying to treat patients by telemedecine, due to regulatory flaws in the EU legislation. Also, before deploying a telemedicine project or being involved in one, check the applicable rules and legislation, check the obligations for each actor (who is responsible for what), make contractual arrangements, and check the insurance policy (is telemedicine included?)…
• The « Young investigator award » session was chaired by Paul Dendale, Enrico Caiani and Nico Bruining. Impressive presentations of each participant.

Overall, an excellent opportunity to learn and socialize with fellows colleagues.

Lectures at #ecardio2017 @escardio (part1).

Lectures at #ecardio2017 @escardio (part1).

I had the pleasure to be invited as faculty to the 4th European Congress on eCardiology and eHealth, in Berlin, 8-10 november 2017. I will try to resume in the following 3 posts what impressed me the most concerning the lectures, devices and posters.

So concerning the lectures, below are the ones that attracted my attention. I further invite you to consult the #ecardio2017 website for the full presentations (plus take a look at the photos attached):
• The inaugural session talked about advances in mobile health, and was chaired by Enrico Caiani and Hugo Saner. Enriching and inspiring session.
• « Business models and solutions » session, chaired by Paul Dendale and Ines Frederix: Teleconsultation works, concluded Mr. Huyghe from Philips.
• « Instant messaging and selfies: the future of telemedicine ? » by prof. M.Mars: whatsapp and selfies use for medical purpose is very usual but raises ethical concerns regarding patient consent and private data. Would you use it in your daily practice?
• « Virtual cardiac emergency unit: the use of mobile technologies in acute cardiology » presented by E. De Kluiver:« don’t come to us, we come to you » (patients are seen by specialized nurses and treatment is conducted by hospital cardiologist: diuretics, inotropes).
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