For patients with chronic illnesses, a primary goal is to create the best possible quality of life for living with a disease. During diagnosis or clinical trials , recording data from patients is often done over a too short a period of time for a proper clinical conclusion. Long term recordings of patients are often difficult due to complexity of measurement, cost of hospitalization, patient burden or lack of availability of specialized doctors. Yet, these long term recordings are critical for an accurate diagnosis and care plan setting, in many pathologies such as epilepsy, cardiovascular disease and sleep disorders.
BioSerenity’s mission is to provide solutions that allow for the long-term recording and monitoring of patients, in their normal environment, while keeping gold standard (approved medical device) measures. They focus on A.I.-assisted medical recordings, using smart clothing for medical devices delivery.
BioSerenity’s solutions include sensors, apps, the internet of things and a medical team to help people live better. Continuous monitoring will provide doctors with a large amount of visual and quantitative information, enabling them to determine more accurately the type of treatment for prescribing, adherence, dosage and side effects.
GOAL 3: GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
BioSerenity ensures healthy lives and promote well-being for all ages. Their solutions allow patients yo be connected with their healthcare providers anytime and anywhere.
BioSerenity has adopted the 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the Cloud for Medical Science, Wearable Design, Modeling and Simulation, production and Data Science solutions. The 3DEXPERIENCE platform is helping BioSerenity to deliver better patient pathway and develop new generation sensors.
The company is located in Paris’s prestigious Brain and Spine Institute is one of the largest Neurology institutes in the world. The company’s 100+ scientists, engineers and doctorsshare a laboratory there to develop medical Artificial Intelligence and enhanced data-based diagnostics to identify digital biomarkers.
With an international team of over 100 people, with M.Sc, M.D., PhD, Pharma.D, BioSerenity aggregates talents from Engineering, Science, Medicine and Business.
Studies estimate the annual number of deaths due to medical errors in the hundreds of thousands, so there is great incentive to revise the way the medical profession gains knowledge and experience. Advances in 3D printing technology and virtual simulation are creating new opportunities to improve the quality of treatments and patient safety.
Have you been in a situation where a generic treatment did not work very well for you or someone you know? Have you ever had that nagging feeling that maybe the doctor (as good as he or she may be) should really be treating YOU rather than a generalized representation of you?
One in 160 children has an autism spectrum disorder according to the United Nations. Children with autism have learning and developmental disorders, and represent a number higher than all others disabilities put together. In the US alone, over 6.4% children have special needs in terms of cognitive, motor and sensory processing skills.
Inaccurate medications kill five times more people than road accidents do in developed countries. In France alone, this costs 10 billion euros to the public health system.
The Living Heart Project aims to advance the development of safe and effective cardiovascular products and treatments by uniting engineering, scientific, and biomedical expertise to translate cutting-edge science into improved patient care. Through simulation and the creation of validated models, the project aims to provide personalized, interventional patient care.
Two 3D experiences, ultra realistic on a scientific point of view, were created through collaborative projects with technologic and scientific partners: "Staying Alive" and "Born To Be Alive".
"Staying Alive" is a serious game that allows to learn appropriate behaviors for first aid techniques.
FEops offers the first and only patient-specific simulation technology for structural heart interventions, surpassing basic anatomical measurement by accurately predicting how devices will interact with each unique patient.
Skin cancer is the most common and fastest growing form of cancer in the world. The main risk factors for developing this type of cancer include exposure to UV radiation, age, sex, ethnicity, occupation, and family history of skin cancer. It is classified in 2 categories : melanoma, the deadliest form, and carcinoma, the most common type.
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