4 projects

COVID-19 DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAM POWERED BY AI

The aim of the project is to create a prototype of an integrated tele-medical system supporting comprehensive clinical decisions in the field of novel COVID-19. The project scope also includes significant research activities focused on utilising a variety of available multidisciplinary clinical and imaging data to enable the proposed system to go beyond supporting detection and diagnosis that is already possible by the existing methods. The problem undertaken in the project is the limitations related to the early diagnosis of the COVID-19, collection of epidemiological and statistical data ...

Digital Health Passport

With the lockdown exit, all public places must allow the safe reception of a large part of the population. To do this, it will be essential to detect symptomatic individuals, while respecting their rights and dignity, in order to protect them, but also protect others. We propose a Digital Health Passport (DHP), a mobile application, which is part of this process. The citizen will therefore have at hand a sesame which will allow him to integrate the public places of his choice. This DHP will contain information about his state of health, only that related to the Covid 19, namely the results ...

Communication4Care

In a nutshell: Communication4Care (Com4Care) is a cloud-based communication platform to facilitate GDPR conform interoperability and link of relevant (sensor) data with structured patient-related information. No data files need to be exchanged and the platform provides a secure data storage and (real time or asynchronous) communication channel. Thus, improved standardized data acquisition, process monitoring, and data interpretation are possible. The patient can collect and report individual findings and outcomes (PROMs) and 'distribution of information' or sending of data files (electronic...

Identifying Predictors of Disease Progression and Tracking Viral Spread in COVID-19 Using Contin...

COVID-19 presents several unique challenges within cardiovascular care. While patients with preexisting CVD appear to be at an increased risk for severe disease and/or death, infection has also been shown to produce a number of CV sequelae, including cardiogenic shock and heart failure, in patients with no known CVD. Further complicating the management of cardiovascular care in COVID-19 are the adverse cardiovascular side effects produced by nearly all investigational therapies currently being tested, as well as, the unknown effects of standard care therapies used for the management of pree...

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