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Remote patients monitoring that works

Aidmed One is a medical device and a telemedicine platform designed to collect and analyze patient's physiological parameters.

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Uniwersytet Warmińsko Mazurski
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Aidmed One

7 sensors in one device.

Aidmed Cloud

Manage your clinic from anywhere. With insightful overviews and flexible tools, you can design specific patient care pathways and build rich reports.

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Aidmed Health

Patient’s companion app supports data transmission and filling scheduled questionnaires.

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For Patient

How it Works
  • Visit your doctor.
  • Enter your phone number at registration.
  • Read the code from the received SMS and enter it in the Aidmed app.
  • Take measurements according to the schedule agreed upon with your doctor.
  • Read and control your results on the app.

For Physician

How it Works
  • Register clinic and your staff at
  • Add patient and lend the Aidmed One.
  • Receive smart reports with aggregate information about your patient.
  • Annotate the collected signals and alerts.
  • Generate final report.

Available Reports

Sleep Apnea
Custom Report
Nasal Cannula Port
Skin Temperature Sensor
Microphone (snore and cough detection only)
ECG Electrodes
Motion and Sleep Sensor
Chest Movements Sensor

1. Not suitable for pectus excavatum (sunken chest).

Example use-cases

To assess the relationship of recorded heart rhythm disturbances to sleep-disordered breathing, which is essential for the correct choice of appropriate treatment of rhythm disturbances.

For the follow-up of patients with suspected sleep-disordered breathing (SBS), especially obese patients, with suspected breathing disorders (e.g., chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – COPD), treatment-resistant hypertension, after CNS stroke, etc.

Analyze the correlation of reported symptoms (such as palpitations, irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting, loss of consciousness, fatigue) with the presence of arrhythmias and make a preliminary assessment of the type of arrhythmia.

In the diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (AF); both in patients reporting symptoms suggestive of AF and in asymptomatic patients at high risk for this arrhythmia.

To evaluate arrhythmias and to differentiate between atrial fibrillation, arrhythmias of supraventricular and ventricular origin and, in case of bradyarrhythmias, to differentiate between sinus node automatic failure and atrioventricular conduction disturbances.

How it Works
Apnea Detector

The apnea and deflation detector detects declines in airflow through the cannula. In combination with other signals, our solution allows not only to diagnose but also to guide the patient more effectively in the therapeutic process.

Arrhythmia Detector

Telemedicine sensors and detectors trained with machine learning techniques will be useful for diagnosis, but their predictive value for quantitative assessment of arrhythmia severity. It can be useful for therapeutic decision making and during treatment evaluation should be emphasized.

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