SMART-TRIAL is a web-based application which enables all individuals, technical and non-technical, to structure, plan, and create their own medical research studies while automating data collection in the process.
SMART-TRIAL is an application constructed with scalability and
flexibility in mind and is suitable for both the public and the private sector of the medical industry.
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Idéklinikken is part of Aalborg Hospital, helping staff and patients put their ideas into action. Among other things, Idéklinikken is offering help in the process of how an idea becomes reality.
IdéKlinikken were working on a tablet application supposed to combine manual processes, and improve efficiency, related to a GFR analysis done at the hospital.
Idéklinikken needed to document the software, to fulfill applicable law on medical device software.
MEDEI made a re-design and documented the solution in coherence with the ISO/IEC62304 standard. The documentation shaped the foundation for the continued development work. Learn more ›
MEDEI designed, and developed a cross-platform application which implemented a complex decision support algorithm to be used for anticoagulant treatments for Idéklinikken & Region Nordjylland.
The project required detailed understanding of the treatment process itself in order to translate the complex algorithm from equations into software code, which could allow for usage of the algorithm in a prospective, or real life, scenario.
The project required MEDEI to utilize knowledge within biomedical engineering, computer science, clinical decision support, and clinical experience, in order to deliver a desirable solution. Learn more ›
Project made for KMD. KMD needed a platform to be used by both healthcare professionals and patients, to communicate with one another, and review physiological measurements done by patients at home.
MEDEI designed, and developed a cross-platform application to be used in a telemedicine project named TeleCareLink. The application was implemented with KMD and tested in different municipalities in Copenhagen.
MEDEI created a solution, which could visualize data generated and acquired from two different partners, utilizing both HL7 standards and MEDCOM’s chronic-dataset. Learn more ›
LINAK needed a proof of concept application for LINAK’s OpenBus™ system in a hospital bed setting.
MEDEI created an application that enables users to wirelessly adjust 8 different movement functions in a hospital bed while also being able to read and visualize data from 5 external bed sensors; an out of bed sensor, a bedrail sensor, a catheter bag weight sensor, a bed weight scale, and a wet sensor. Learn more ›
While VitalGoSytems is developing an innovative hospital bed with multiple novel functionalities, the control interface of the bed was old fashioned. As VitalGo focuses on progress, they wanted the controls to match the product and thereby offer an application interface to its customers.
MEDEI is currently developing a first of its kind Android tablet application for controlling a hospital bed. In addition to fulfilling the ISO/IEC 62304 standard, MEDEI designs the interface and handles all communication with the users. The solution is estimated to be launched late 2015. Learn more ›
Pressalit were looking for an innovative control interface to their “Intelligent Bathroom” project.
MEDEI assisted Pressalit in designing and developing a tablet based application, which allowed users to control different bathroom accessories wirelessly. The application enabled users to adjust the height of a toilet, sink and a shower-chair. Furthermore, day-to-day users could store their own favorable position for each unit, ensuring comfortable and ergonomic usage of the bathroom. Learn more ›