mbits among the 12 finalists at the Entscheiderevent 2020
Project: Digital stroke care
Our concept for "Digital support in stroke care - by networking all players and AI image analysis for optimal therapy". has convinced the people responsible at the Entscheiderfabrik. As one of twelve finalists, mbits will be presenting its products at the Entscheiderevent in Düsseldorf on February 12 and 13 together with the clinic representatives Prim. Doz. Dr. Dr. Karl Egger and Prof. Dr. Marios-Nikos Psychogios present an innovative solution for complete stroke care. We are looking forward to a lively exchange with existing and future clinic partners on site. Come and vote for us!
TÜV SÜD recertifies mbits
certification after successful audit
The TÜV Süd has issued mbits EC-certificates after a successful audit, which the inspectors carried out in December in our company. In concrete terms, this means that the TÜV SÜD certification body confirms that we, as a manufacturer of medical devices, have a quality assurance system for the design, the manufacturing and the final inspection of our products. This quality assurance system is subject to regular monitoring.
mRay to try out
Currently some hospitals are testing our App
For those, interested in mRay we offer the opportunity to test our app extensively at the clinic before they decidie to purchase a license.
Among others, the Ruppiner Clinics/a>,
the Donauisar Clinic Deggendorf,
the Clinic Esslingen,
the Clinic Memmingen,
the Clinic Westmünsterland,
and the Clinics Cologne are currently taking advantagew of this opportunity.
Experience has shown that if doctors are familiar with mRay, they do not want to miss the advantages and benefits anymore.
We wish great success for the mRay test episodes in the clinics and look forward to welcoming them soon as fully-fledged and enthusiastic mRay users.
Half a dozen new mbits customers
We are happy about new mRay users in six clinics in Germany
In the past weeks we could convince six clinics of the advantages of our app mRay. Besides departmental licenses at the MEC Göttingen and in the St. Antonus-Hospital Gronau the Uniklinikum Ulm, the Munich Clinic, that Gemeinschaftskrankenhaus Bonn, and the Akslepios Clinic decided in favour of a campus licence, with which they can use mRay throughout all departments of the hospital. We would like to thank all new mbits customers for their trust in our system and look forward to a good cooperation in the future.
Digitization of Medicine
Mobile exchange of information enables patient-centered treatment approach
The use of digital methods is increasing in the medical area. Highly developed medical technology systems support surgeons during operations and
are already part of complicated operations and treatments. However, the interoperability of these systems and the exchange of important information are often not given.
"The communication of medical information is an elementary component of high-quality health care. (Source: Digitized Medicine)."
mRay provides mobile communication and visulaization of medical images including the networking of the medical staff. Flexible services for physicians, portable teleradiology, encrypted messaging, fast wound documentation, mobile ward rounds and much more. The aim of a patient-centred approach is to help patients to become more self-determined and self-confident during treatment - the patient as its expert on illness.
In cooperation with physicians of the urological department of the University Hospital Heidelberg, mbits develops an electronic patient information system. To inform patients during their stay at the hospital about upcoming appointments and postponements as well as to provide general information about the stay (meal plan, visiting hours etc.).
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HoloMed: Promotion of innovative small and medium-sized enterprises in the field of AI
Augmented Reality in the operating theatre
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research published an article about our cooperation project HoloMed.
In cooperation with the project partners, the HoloMed glasses were developed as a flexible, mobile and cost-effective solution to improve the quality of ventricular puncture in neurological emergencies - for example in the case of a cerebral hemorrhage, a craniocerebral trauma or a stroke. Existing patient information, such as CT or MRI scans, were evaluated with machine learning methods analyzing their structure to display additional anatomy information of the patient. Faithful to the nebulous concept of marketing, the so-called AI generates information of puncture and angle to guide the catheter throughout surgery.
The complete article of the project HoloMed can be found on the page of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.