NephroCloud, a software developed by Parc Taulí in collaboration with Seys, will be marketed by BeHit
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An agreement has recently been reached with the company BeHit to market Nephrocloud, a vascular access management software resulting from the collaboration between Dr. José Ibeas, doctor of the Nephrology Service of the Parc Taulí, and the company Seys, with the support of the professionals of the Innovation Unit of the Fundació Parc Taulí.
NephroCloud is a software aimed at professionals in nephrology, surgery, radiology and nursing that allows them to access and manage with agility all the information related to the vascular access of the patient in hemodialysis treatment.
This system centralizes, interrelates, and processes data on vascular access in patients on hemodialysis for advanced renal failure. It records the primary information and sorts it by priority for the different professionals involved.
In the words of Dr. José Ibeas, NephroCloud "serves both to prioritize information in decision making and to audit the results" and adds that its potential lies in the fact that "fast accessibility from the cloud facilitates work in real time, automatically and from different health structures, either inside or outside a hospital ”.
NephroCloud, which has been developed by Parc Taulí and Seys ICT experts, collects in the database all the clinical, analytical and imaging information generated by professionals and also records the devices they use.
Subsequently, the algorithms organize the intervention lists and this is when the intelligent system makes its final contribution: to act as an assistant in the decision-making processes of doctors and health personnel. Its commercialization will allow the departments of nephrology and hemodialysis units to have a tool that will increase its efficiency thanks to an optimization in the management of resources.
Thanks to the anonymity of patient data, NephroCloud also opens up a huge field for both teaching and research.
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