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  • Understanding Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS) and COVID-19 survivorship

    Although, intensive care has evolved significantly as a result of technological innovations in ICUs the effects of life-threatening illness extend beyond the hospital stay and have a great impact on patient’s life. Post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) refers to a patient’s new or worsened impairment after an ICU stay, persisting past hospital discharge. PICS is evident…

  • Your opinion on the WELMO UI is needed

    In order to get your view on the WELMO user interface for health care professionals, you are invited to answer the following questionnaire: https://forms.gle/8fLtJ6rtfq4APfrP9 Its completion will not take more than 10 minutes and all answers will remain anonymous. Thank you for your contibution! The WELMO consortium

  • Your opinion on the WELMO vest is needed

    In order to get your view on the WELMO vest and its features, you are invited to answer the following questionnaire: https://www.survio.com/survey/d/M3I4Y9U1S4A6C6I9M Its completion will not take more than 10 minutes and all answers will remain anonymous. Thank you for your contibution! The WELMO consortium

  • How can EIT assess regional lung ventilation?

    Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) is a medical technology allowing continuous chest imaging without the use of radiation directly at the patients´ bedside. It is currently considered to be the only method that could potentially produce lung images in a remote setting (e.g. in patients´ homes) because it can be integrated into wearable technology. The aim…

  • Call for Experts

    We are looking experts that collect and summarize knowledge on best practices in the field of lung monitoring with wearable electronics, providing critical feedback for our project. You may read more here. You may apply here. We are looking forward for your application. For more information you may send an emai to welmo-coordination@exodussa.com and we…

  • Your opinion matters!

    In order to get the your views and create a system that reflects your needs, we would like to hear your opinion. You are invited to answer the following questionnaire: https://www.survio.com/survey/d/A3W3E9J1O5L7F7F6Z Its completion will not take more than 10 minutes and all answers will remain anonymous. Thank you for your contibution! The WELMO consortium

  • We would like to hear your opinion!

    In order to get the views of the WELMO stakeholders and create a user-centric system, we would like to hear your opinion. You are invited to answer the following questionnaire. https://www.survio.com/survey/d/W9U3Q6S6J7W8W7E9M Its completion will not take more than 10 minutes and all answers will remain anonymous. Thank you for your contibution! The WELMO consortium

  • Synchronising Respiratory Sounds and EIT

    WELMO aims to develop and validate a new generation of low-cost and low-power miniaturized sensors, integrated in a comfortable vest, enabling the effective and accurate monitoring of the respiratory function, through the simultaneous collection of sound and electrical impedance tomography (EIT) signals. Higher inference capacity to diagnose and monitor respiratory diseases can be achieved with…

  • How project clustering can give added value to WELMO and other EU projects?

    EXODUS as the coordinator of the WELMO took the initiative for creating a cluster of EU projects in the field of Medical Wearables. The Medical Wearable Cluster has members different H2020 & ERC projects that will team up to facilitate the synergies among them, giving added value to the foreseen results. In first place coordinators…

  • Cooperative Sensors

    Recent years have seen a plethora of health monitoring devices coming to the market. While it is possible to record single signals (e.g. one impedance for breathing rate measurement) with a relatively simple architecture (e.g. a patch on the chest), a more complete assessment of a subject’s health status (e.g. an EIT image of the…