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7th annual The Security Summit “First Responder Technologies Needed Today and Planning Ahead” 10 March 2010. Presented by: Darrel Drinan – CEO PhiloMetron Inc. San Diego, California. PhiloMetron – Who are they?. Medical Technology Accelerator – San Diego, CA

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Presented by darrel drinan ceo philometron inc san diego california

7th annual The Security Summit“First Responder Technologies Needed Today and Planning Ahead”10 March 2010

Presented by:

Darrel Drinan – CEO

PhiloMetron Inc.

San Diego, California


Philometron who are they

PhiloMetron – Who are they?

  • Medical Technology Accelerator – San Diego, CA

  • Focused on large unmet needs . . . technology agnostic

  • Tx preference or Dx with direct link to Tx

  • Create Spin-outs to commercialize solutions

  • Development funded by DARPA, Army, NIH and spin-outs

  • 1st spin-out – Corventis – Wireless CHF Monitoring

  • 2nd spin-out – Sapphire – Wireless Stenosis Mgt System

  • 3rd spin-out – PTMS – Wireless Weight Mgt


Philometron hc diagnostic monitoring care continuum

High

Low

PhiloMetron–HC Diagnostic Monitoring Care Continuum

Unique Bioparameters

Vital Signs

Vital Signs

Vital Signs

Stress / Obesity

Trauma Scene / Transit

ICU /CCU

Hospital

Room

Chronic Disease

Work / Wellness

ED / ER

Telemetry / Step down

Out-Patient / Clinic

Safety – Elder / Child

Fitness / Social Activities

Personal Security – Illness Onset

  • Bioparameter rate of change

  • Data volume

  • Intervention complexity

  • Regulatory approval complexity

  • Per use cost/value

Fitness /

Body Comp

Surgery / Wounds

  • Duration of Use

  • Cost Sensitivity

  • Number of Patients

  • Acceptance of wireless latency

Vital Signs

Vital Signs


Philometron ambulatory physiological monitoring

Studies supported by NIH

Development supported by US Army

Development supported by DARPA

Studies supported by NIH

Corventis

Sapphire

PhiloMetron – Ambulatory Physiological Monitoring

Warfighter

Local

dynamic

Systemic

Firefighter

ChronicWounds

Environment

Surgical Wounds

Oncology/ Hot Flash

CHF

Renal

stable

Bioparameter Rate of Change

Slow

(hours/days)

Fast(seconds)


Philometron smart band aid monitoring platform

PhiloMetron– “Smart Band-Aid” Monitoring Platform

“Single Use”- Disposable Patch

Seven-Day Useful Life


Philometron monitoring feedback s ystem

PhiloMetron– Monitoring / Feedback System

Interactive Data Management System (iDMS)

Network

Monitoring Platform

< 10M

Data Collection Unit (DCU)

Clinician


Philometron implementation challenges

PhiloMetron- Implementation Challenges

  • Clinicians need to define requisite physiological parameters to be measured by triage class

  • Short range wireless comm link

  • Integrating “at Scene” clinical data with EHR


Philometron contact information

PhiloMetron Contact Information

For further information please contact:

Darrel Drinan - President/CEO

PhiloMetron™ Inc.

10451 Roselle Street

Suite #100

San Diego, CA 92121

O - 858.638.7801

F - 858.638.7814

[email protected]


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