Ontonix, SAIC and the MMI Develop Android App for Patient Monitoring
Como, September 30-th, 2019. Ontonix, SAIC and the Military Medicine Institute in Warsaw have developed iCOMS, an Android-based App for real-time monitoring or patients in Intensive Care. The App processes streaming data originating in monitoring equipment in Intensive Care Units and delivers early-warnings of imminent crises or instabilities. Such early warnings are based on sudden variations of patient complexity and, generally, precede crises or instabilities.
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Ontonix and the WIM Sign Collaboration Agreement
Warsaw, April 6-th, 2018. WIM's director General Div. Prof. Dr Hab. Med. Grzegorz Gielerak signed with the chairman of Ontonix Dr. Jacek Marczyk, an agreement focusing on scientific and research cooperation. "The concluded agreement is the beginning of a promisingly interesting cooperation" - says Gen.Gielerak. "The Department of Cardiology and Internal Medicine WIM, with which the research will be carried out, for more than twenty years has been a leading center conducting research in the field of non-invasive diagnostic methods in cardiology". More details
Launch of Complexity Chip
Como, March 5-th, 2018. Ontonix launches a "Complexity Chip" for ultra-fast and secure complexity monitoring of mission-critical equipment and infrastructures in both military and civilian contexts. The chip is based on FPGA technology and has been developed jointly by Ontonix and SAIC. The chip shall be used for patient monitoring in ICUs as well as in the field.
Biotronik purchases OntoNet
Como, July 7-th 2015. OntoMed announces that Biotronik, a leading manufacturer of cardio and endovascular medical devices, has purchased OntoNet™ for the analysis of data from monitored patients who are undergoing Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. The tool shall be used in the framework of the SELENE project.
OntoMed Obtains Contract from Biotronik
Como, October 2-nd 2014. OntoMed announces agreement with Berlin-based Biotronik to evaluate its QCM (Quantitative Complexity Management) technology in the analysis of monitored patients who are undergoing Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. The objective is to apply QCM in an early-warning context.
US Army Institute of Surgical Research Purchases Ontonet System
Como, May 24-th, 2011. The U.S Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR) has purched Ontonet, the Quantitative Complexity Management engine which powers COSMOS™ - a COmplexity-based Stability MOnitoring System. The system will be used in real-time complexity monitoring applications.
ANEC article co-authored by OntoMed receives 2010 Morgagni Prize
Como, September 28-th, 2011. ANEC article co-authored by OntoMed receives 2010 Morgagni Prize. Dr. Giulio Molon, from the Sacro Cuore clinic in Negrar, Italy, has received the 2010 Morganig Prize for the paper "Baseline Heart Rate Variability Predicts Clinical Events in Heart Failure Patients Implanted with Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: Validation by Means of Related Complexity Index". Annals of Noninvasivie Electro-Cardiology, October 2010, Vol. 15, No.4, HRV Indices in Heart Failure.
OntoMed signs Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the US Army Institute of Medical Research.
May 24, 2010. OntoMed has signed a Co-operative Research And Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR) based in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. This CRADA represents an important milestone in OntoMed´s endeavor to deploy complexity analysis technology in the health care space. OntoMed develops COSMOS, a multi-channel real-time system which quantifies the stability of hospitalized patients.