BPMpathway – patient rehabilitation sensor system
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Using the BPMpathway, clinicians can tailor a patient’s pre-habilitation and recovery programme consisting of measurement tests and exercises, to meet their individual needs. By reviewing the remotely-gathered data, the physiotherapist and clinician can assess and readjust the patient’s progress and schedule.
Remote reporting allows the patient to recover and undertake regular physiotherapy in the comfort of their own home. The easy-to-use, wearable system encourages patient engagement by clear explanations at each stage and progress display via easy to understand graphics.
BPMpathway enables communication between patients and hospitals even after discharge. It alerts clinicians when patients have failed to meet recovery targets.
The data can help identify suble deviations from regular progress allowing physiotherapists to intervene and prevent potential complications.
Whose daily challenges are taken into consideration?
- CE Class I medical device in EU
- Heightened patient engagement contributing to improved outcomes 
- Data collection potentially leading to improved rehabilitation protocols
- Support of early identification of potential issues and need for readmission 
- General patient activity tracking through integrated step counter
- Efficient prioritisation of resources to patients needing support
- Time saving benefits for patients with transportation difficulties , 
- Digital companion along the entire Episode of Care
- Key potential differentiator in pre- and postoperative care
Your patient's benefits
- Personalised pre- and postoperative support programme with easy to understand instructions and videos
- Improved motivation through active involvement in pre- and rehabilitation process
- Clear depiction of progress and recovery trends
- Reassuring ongoing communication with the physiotherapist and clinician throughout the rehabilitation phase
- Targets and exercises appropriate to the stage of recovery
- Reporting of pain levels and points of discomfort
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