05 December 2019

Digitization of Medicine

Mobile exchange of information enables patient-centered treatment approach

Patienten-Informationssystem

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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29 November 2019

HoloMed: Promotion of innovative small and medium-sized enterprises in the field of AI

Augmented Reality in the operating theatre

HoloMed

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.

28 November 2019

Working students wanted!

For Development and Marketing

mbits is looking for someone to join our team

We are hiring, and search now...
Working student for development, focus
"Human-Computer Interaction".
Working student marketing, area
"Design/Content/Multimedia".

Become part of a young, agile team and take advantage of the opportunity to write your thesis. We look forward to receiving meaningful applications, by e-mail to Dr. Michael Müller.

22 November 2019

Radiology Magazine about mRay at Heidelberg University Hospital

Dr. Alexander Mohr uses mRay in background service

Decision freedom: mRay in Radiologie Magazin

"Modern image communication saves about 20 to 30 minutes per case," explains Dr. Alexander Mohr in an interview with the Radiology Magazin.

The senior physician of the department of Neuroradiology at the University Hospital Heidelberg uses mRay and is impressed by its high transmission rate. "The software allows the fast transfer of large amounts of data even via slow internet connection."

You can read the complete article with a detailed interview under the title "Freedom of choice".

21 November 2019

mbits at the UMED of the DGUV

We present mRay in Baden-Baden!

mbits introduces mRay in Baden-Baden

From 22 to 23 November we present among others the comfortable and efficient possibilities of wound documentation with mRay, at the Unfallmedizinische Tagung (UMED) of the DGUV.

Visit us on site at the mbits booth to get to know about all other advantages of mobile medical image processing with mRay.

You are welcome to arrange a personal appointment in advance. We look forward to your visit.

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