Nancy CHRU is conducting clinical studies to validate a medical device developed by the company I-Virtual, which makes it possible to measure patients’ physical variables remotely and without contact.
In view of the epidemic, it is important to develop an easily accessible solution. It is also a solid answer to the problem of medical deserts where the population lives more than 10 km away from the nearest general practitioner.
Kadosi Medical Device
کڈوسی۔, A company developed by i-Virtual, could improve patient care during future telecommunications. It allows the patient’s computer or cell phone webcam to measure important parameters such as: heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure or oxygen saturation in the blood.
The innovation, which is based on advanced techniques of non-contact photoplasmography and artificial intelligence, is presented in the form of an intuitive interface that enables the user to stand in front of the camera to allow recording and analysis of their data. Is.
Cardiac sense study.
More than a thousand patients participated in this clinical study conducted in early December 2020 at the Department of Functional Respiratory Explorations at Nancy University Hospital and at the University Center for Sports Medicine and Adapted Physical Activity. Favorable feedback from the French National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products, as well as the Committee for the Protection of Individuals.
The purpose of the study is to obtain comparisons of physical data (heart rate, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation) from the measurement system with reference to those measuring cadmium and to ensure their consistency.
Currently, the analysis of the results is being completed and a scientific dissertation is being written. Other studies should be performed to correct the accuracy of other physical stability measurements, such as blood pressure.
A public health institution with 9,000 professionals, the Nancy Regional University Hospital Center provides care, teaching and research. With more than 40 medical and surgical specialties, it consults 480,000 of 70,000 patients each year, 136,000 hospital admissions (half of which are outpatients), 80,000 emergency visits and 3,300 births. ۔ Establishment is a driving force in the development of research projects, especially in digital health. Today, thanks to its structure in the field (Biological Resource Center, Clinical Investigation Center, Promotion, Vigilance, Investigation, Data Management and Statistics Procedures), this health startup project is home to the hotel and a research venue. The institute is preparing. Innovation in Health (IRIS), which has enabled it to be ranked 10th nationally in terms of research. http://www.chru-nancy.fr/
Founded in 2014, I virtual. Is a startup specializing in image and data processing for everyday health and wellness. In fact, Persky, whose research focuses on helping people with autism, worked with PhD Mousavi, who is passionate about algorithms. The fusion of their fields of expertise allowed them to develop a model for viewing scenes from everyday life through virtual reality. Because he wanted to incorporate these impressions into patients’ emotional states, such as stressful situations, he decided to develop a tool for non-contact measurement of the heartbeat: it was the birth of caddis. By mid-2021, the i-Virtual Team will have about 20 employees (engineers and PhDs) under the responsibility of Gaul Constance, who took over as the company’s president in 2019. Eye Virtual’s desire is to bring the lost bricks into the world of telemedicine for full integration into the new lifestyle. As such, its Cadusi product is genuinely interested in the prevention, diagnosis or monitoring of chronic diseases, offering a simple solution, accessible to all and with medical accuracy.
OMEOS Is an economic interest group formed in 2020 between Nancy’s CHRU and the company AFO TECH (design and development of e-health solutions). It aims to facilitate the development and deployment of innovative solutions in the field of digital health and is Medtech for all companies, from startups to large groups. Support offered by OMEOS includes three axes Quality and Clinical Research (Clinical Studies, CE Marking, Regulatory Affairs and Quality), UX Design (Prototyping, Experience, UX Design, Development) and Market Strategy ( Market positioning and business model). In 1 year, OMEOS worked on 3 clinical study projects, including collaborating with more than 1000 patients in I-Virtual, 2 UX support projects and 3 algorithms for CE marking.