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Digital technologies that will bring better care to more people at lower cost. Mark Zdeblick, Ph.D. Co-Founder and CTO. Fujitsu Laboratories of America Technology Symposium 5 June 2013. Global Rise in Chronic Disease; Global Spread of Mobile Technology. Percent of People with Type 2 Diabetes.

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Digital technologies that will bring better care to more people at lower cost

Digital technologies that will bring better care to more people at lower cost

Mark Zdeblick, Ph.D.

Co-Founder and CTO

Fujitsu Laboratories of America Technology Symposium 5 June 2013


Global rise in chronic disease global spread of mobile technology
Global Rise in Chronic Disease; Global Spread of Mobile Technology

Percent of People with Type 2 Diabetes

<4%

4%

5%

7%

9%

>12%

Percent of People with Cell Phone Coverage

> 99% chance of sending a message within 20 minutes

Personal

Medical

Records

Source: International Telecommunications Union 2010




Tracking adherence enables carer to identify patients who need help
Tracking Adherence Enables Carer to Identify Patients Who Need Help

Good Adherer

A patient who takes pills at the same time everyday.

No adherence intervention needed.

Consistent daily dosing

Heart rate

Poor Adherer

A patient who skips pills some days and has inconsistent dosing time. Reminders or other interventions may be beneficial.

Missed dose

Inconsistent dosing - amount and time


Tracking physiology enables carers to identify problems early
Tracking Physiology Enables Need HelpCarers to Identify Problems Early

Healthy Volunteer: Regular Sleep Pattern

Normal Walking

Unstable Walking

Neuropsychiatric Patient: Disrupted Sleep Patterns


What is the ingestible event sensor
What is the Ingestible Event Sensor? Need Help

Active layers

Thin-film layers activate and power the IES using stomach electrolytes

Integrated Circuit

Modulates / pulses the current flow to encode information stored in it

Edible Skirt disk

Insulating edible material, enhances detected voltage by creating a larger “virtual dipole”

Communication through body tissue

Electric field is detected by a receiver worn on the patient’s skin


Thank you
Thank you! Need Help

www.proteusdh.com


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