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i-Med - How medical electronics will deliver patient power. Noel Hurley COO, Toumaz UK Ltd. Society Faces Major Health Challenges. Fewer Younger People. Obesity and Sedentary Lifestyle. United Kingdom. People Under 16. 15 million. 10 million. People Over 65. 5 million. 1971.

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Society Faces Major Health Challenges

Fewer Younger People

Obesity and Sedentary Lifestyle

United Kingdom

People

Under 16

15 million

10 million

People

Over 65

5 million

1971

2013

2021

Source: ONS

Fewer carers & lower social and health insurance income

Increased prevalence and earlier onset of chronic diseases


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Healthcare is changing

  • Healthcare infrastructure was set up to manage acute illness, today 70 to 80% of the healthcare budget is spent on chronic diseases.

  • Better more flexible monitoring of patients

  • Migration of the care from the hospital to the home


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Patient Monitoring: Early Warning

  • BMJ on Early Warning Scores: 84% of patients had documented observations of clinical deterioration within eight hours of cardiopulmonary arrest”

  • RM Schein 1990: 70% of patients have respiration problems 8 hours before circulation stops

  • C Franklin 1994: 66% of patients show abnormal symptoms 6hrs before circulation stops

    • The doctor was warned in 25% of cases


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Patient monitoring today

  • Cable management, infection control

  • Care areas, patient comfort and distress


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Medical Body Area Networks (MBAN)a network of wireless sensors around the body

  • Clinical Benefits

    • Patient mobility and comfort

    • Monitoring flexibility

      • extending monitoring into all care areas.

    • Infection control

      • Low cost disposable monitors

    • Patient identification and tracking


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MBAN Challenges

Robust wireless links

Capacity for Patient and Sensor density

Co-existence with other radios and networks

Days of continuous use from small light weight devices (batteries)


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Sensium End-to-End solution

Sensium

Body Device

Sensium

Bridge

Sensium

Gateway Server

WiFi

Ethernet

Cellular

NSP

Protocol

Data & Msg Mgt

Device Config

Processing

Processing

IP Network Bridge

Radio Transceiver

Radio Transceiver

Network Mgt

Sensor Interface

ECG, HR, HRV,

RR, Temp, Motion

(SPO2, EMG)

Data Protocols

Cellular Network Management

Robust Network

Ultra-low power Radio


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Low Power Challenge

Zigbee

&

Bluetooth LE

Longer battery

life

A generation ahead of the market

Smaller lower

cost battery

Tx/Rx Power (mA)

Lighter more comfortable

body device

Toumaz

Voltage


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Sensium SoC Products

Sensium Bridge Devices

TZ1053

TELRAN

(Low Power Radio uC)

TZ1090

XENIF

(Linux Apps Processor)

Sensium Body Devices

TZ1030

Low Power

Sensium SoC

TZ1031

(Low Power

Sensium SoC)


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Future MBANs :IEEE 802.15.TG6 (MedWin)

  • Members: Toumaz, GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Texas Instruments.

  • FCC new MBAN service 2360 to 2400MHz band

    • 2360-2390 MHz MBANS operations limited to health care facilities outside exclusion zones (indoor use only)

    • 2390-2400 MHz  MBANS operations permitted anywhere (all hospitals, in-home, mobile ambulances, …)


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Future MBAN Markets

SaaS / Cloud Services

Hospital Market

Closed fixed networks

Improved detection and intervention

Greater flexibility and efficiencies

Standardisation

GP Budget changes

4G

Networks

Hospital to Home

Integration with open and mobile networks

Improved quality of life for chronic disease sufferers

Pharma

Quantitative proof of outcomes

Personalised therapies

Ambulatory Patient Research

2010/11

2012/13

2014/15

2016/17


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… and finally

Biological Beta Cell

Silicon Beta Cell

Georgiou,P, Toumazou,C: A Silicon Pancreatic Beta Cell for Diabetes. IEEE Transactions onBiomedical Circuits and Systems, 1:39-49, 2007


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