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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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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

  • 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


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


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

“Single Use”- Disposable Patch

Seven-Day Useful Life


PhiloMetron– Monitoring / Feedback System

Interactive Data Management System (iDMS)

Network

Monitoring Platform

< 10M

Data Collection Unit (DCU)

Clinician


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

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

ddrinan@philometron.com


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