Proyecto AIRE

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Predictive System of Home Respiratory Insufficiency in Fragile Patients

Goals:

Reduce the number of deaths due to respiratory crisis, through a unique environment of home monitoring.

What is the Aire project?

Design and development of a respiratory capacity monitoring environment, for the sending of alarms before a crisis of respiratory failure occurs.

Modeling of relational data between levels of oxygen saturation and respiratory rate with lung capacity in order to detect respiratory failure.

Design of an orthopedic bed that integrates the intelligent system.

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Results:

The project has been carried out during the years 2010, 2011 and 2012, with very satisfactory results.
There is a monitoring platform for patients and healthcare personnel, which integrates the sensors into an application for mobile devices with Android system.
A pilot test was performed with a sample of 10 real patients and an additional pilot is planned to expand the sample.

Received fundings:

Project co-financed by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism, within the National Plan for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation 2008-2011.

Participants:

SayosCarrera:

Company dedicated to consultancy and engineering in information and communication technologies. Today, with more than 20 years of life, it has more of 100 professionals and more than 170 clients in all areas and sectors.

Flowlab:

Flowlab is a telemedicine service provider. With more than 9 years of experience in telemedicine, they currently lead the most important telemedicine projects of the industry managing more than 2,000 chronic patients.

DKV:

Group DKV Seguros belongs to Munich Health, the division that brings together health specialists from Munich Re since 2006. The DKV group is established throughout the national territory, with almost 2,000 employees serving about 2 million customers.

Mutua de Terrassa:

Mutua de Terrassa was founded in the year 1900 as a mutual insurer of work accidents. The entity has been evolving with the needs and diversifying its offer. They currently employ almost 3,000 professionals.

Brown:

Company with more than 35 years of history, leader in the manufacture and commercialization of hospital, care and home equipment. In October of 2012 it passed to the Pikolin group.

AITIIP Foundation:

AITIIP Centro Tecnológico was born at the end of 1995 as an entity oriented to Innovation and Technology, transforming itself into a private foundation and non-profit organization in 2003. It is currently registered as a State Technology Centre.

University of Murcia:

The University of Murcia has worked the communications between sensors and systems in some projects, with information management contextual and data mining.

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