To make a short & clear 3 minute instruction movie ‘how to use DeltaScan’ took us nearly 6 hours of filming in the ICU. But thanks to the help of caring and bright nurse Pauline and our very patient patient it worked out really well. The movie is now available in several languages and part of the e-learning “DeltaScan”.
The Dutch Intensivists autumn congress on 12 September 2019 was a good place to talk about delirium care, as 50-80% of the patients in ICU’s get delirium. DeltaScan can be of great help to for early & more detection and objective monitoring.
In 2019, the annual congress of the European Delirium Association was held in Edinburgh. Prolira was sponsor and promoted DeltaScan.
In the picture above we see Prolira’s Dr Tjeerd de Boorder meet with Dr Elke Detroyer, of consortium partner UZ Leuven, Belgium.
Prolira’s Clinical Application Specialist Tjeerd and Commercial Director Sjoerd presented the Prolira DeltaScan to many of the 4000 nurses that attended the educational “Nursing Experience” day in Bunnik on 29-8-2019.
The American Delirium Society’s (ADS) congress took place in Boston, USA on 17 and 18 June 2019.
Prolira presented DeltaScan to the nearly 300 delirium researchers and clinicians from North and South America, Australia and Europe.
The European Delirium Association’s (EDA) congress took place in Utrecht, the Netherlands on 1 and 2 November 2018.
Prolira presented DeltaScan to the approximately 250 delirium researchers from over 15 countries who attended and contributed to the congress.
Prolira’s DeltaScan was presented to all attendees.
Prolira’s DeltaScan project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme!
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14 March 2018 is World Delirium Awareness Day (WDAD).
And in the battle to beat delirium, Prolira delivers the first DeltaScan Patches @ UMC Utrecht!
Why do we need WDAD? Click on the picture to read why.
Click on the picture to watch the item of the National 8 o’clock News in the Netherlands (subtitled in English) on 7 March 2018.
University Medical Center Utrecht and company Prolira BV of the Netherlands have developed an innovative device to detect delirium. This mobile monitor, the Deltascan, measures within one minute whether a patient has a delirium. With a delirium, patients suddenly suffer from serious confusion due to a physical cause, such as an infection. One in eight hospital patients, especially the elderly and Intensive Care patients, will experience this.
DeltaScan in UMC Utrecht is the first medical device that shows the probability of delirium.
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