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Bluetooth 4.2

...enabling true IoT!

Features

Waterproof, induction charged, Bluetooth and WiFi, Near Field Communication and QR-code based Patient ID, just to name a few ...

All vital sign measurements integrated in one device

Heart rate (ECG), respiratory rate, temperature, blood oxygen level, blood pressure, accelerometer data, and more...

Seamless to wear

Flexible rubber-like material makes the Cortrium device pleasant to wear at all times

Open frameworks

ECG - Respiratory Rate - Temperature - Accelerometer

...and much, much, more!

No manual documentation
No manual errors

Automatic transmission of vital sign measurements to patient records

Small and easy-to-use

Novel technology

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Cortrium takes personal healthcare to a new level by helping healthcare professionals, empowering patients, and providing additional support for the dialogue between the two.

Cortrium redefines the starting point from which care can begin through the development of the next generation of wearable tech for the healthcare industry at affordable prices. Using smart devices, we add a new treasure trove of concrete health data and let professional diagnoses be supported by verifiable and reliable assessments.

  • Open and raw data
  • Integrated
  • Automated

Our tech platform is designed to assess body surface temperature, activity, and respiration rate and also includes a high-performance three-channel ECG for screening and diagnostics of cardiological diseases. To add to this already impressive suite of options, tests are progressing to qualify our next prototype which will add oxygen saturation (SpO2) and blood pressure sensors into the device.

With the usage of Bluetooth (BLE) and other wireless interfaces and nothing but off-the-shelf standard components and electrodes, the Cortrium tech platform is a uniquely affordable solution for measuring all five vital sign parameters which will truly take healthcare into the 21st century.

 

News

Forbes

Updated: March 23rd 2016

A Wearable Heart Sensor Could Be One Of Denmark’s Most Promising Startups

This week, Cortrium reached Forbes / Entrepreneurs. 

Cortrium in Top 10

Updated: March 14th 2016

Cortrium on the Equidam list.

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Healthcare Denmark – Newsletter 29. Feb’16 interreg

Updated: March 12th 2016

Smart vital sign sensor for better efficiency in cancer treatment
For the doctor, health data is essential knowledge before deciding upon a treatment plan. Now cancer treatment can be more efficiently planned with new multisensory wearables. The Danish startup company, Cortrium, has developed a sensor….read more here

InnoCan:
Total budget: 4,3 Mill EUR
Info about InnoCan here

C3 approved for clinical trials by the Health Authorities

Updated: Jan. 22nd 2016

Cortrium has reached yet another milestone. Clinical trials for data validation can now be performed at two hospitals.

The Danish Medicines Agency has approved two clinical trials:

  1. Bispebjerg-Frederiksberg Hospital (~150 patients): The Agency approved the ability of arrhythmia detection with the Cortrium C3 unit. ECG data from the Cortrium C3 unit is compared with data from the Holter monitor.  Special attention is drawn to the recognition of atrial fibrillation (AF). AF is the most common type of arrhythmia. During an arrhythmia, the heart can beat too fast, too slow, or with an irregular rhythm.
  2. Naestved Hospital – Department of Oncology (~50 patients): The Agency approved that the Cortrium C3 unit and system for monitoring heart rhythm (ECG), respiratory rate, temperature and posture – including the remote view of the data streaming in the Cortrium app via Bluetooth – can be tested on patients with cancer.Apart from the data validation analysis, the study is focusing on exploring an alternative measurement of the patients’ infection levels by analyzing all the C3 sensor data.

As the Cortrium C3 unit including the data streaming to the Cortrium app is approved for clinical trials studies, it is possible to include the C3 unit in other clinical trials together with an additional protocol.

Cortrium & Myant partnership/investment – Press release

Updated: Nov. 11th 2015

Myant & Co. (Myant Capital Partners), a Toronto-based wearable technology advancement group, and Copenhagen-based medtech company, Cortrium, have announced a partnership with a focus on joint technology development. With the partnership comes a seed investment of 1.5M EUR.

Myant & Co. develops and commercializes wearable technology. Focused on creating the world’s first complete smart textile network, Myant’s products range from fashion-forward apparel to chair cushions, mats, and bed sheets, designed to provide continuous and accurate self-monitoring for wellness, health, safety and social benefits. Platform users will receive actionable body insights based on the aggregated data stored in their personal and secure cloud.

Myant has currently developed textile that can distribute heat, emit light, deliver electro-therapy, measure cardiac information (heart rate, heart rate variability, ECG), skeletal muscle activity (EMG), brain activity (EEG), pressure and stretch (breathing, swelling, posture, body composition, gait). Partnering with Cortrium will add new health care related data insights to their ecosystem of connected textiles.

Cortrium is a digital health company focusing on creating wearable technology for medical use. Cortrium has developed a generic end-to-end solution for monitoring patients at hospitals and remotely at home. The solution relies on open technologies and novel business models to cut down costs in the healthcare sector. Besides the joint development effort, Cortrium will focus on medical regulatory compliance, clinical trials, health data analysis and approaching the European and North American market.

Cortrium has established its position on the market through early collaborations with departments of cardiology and oncology in the greater Copenhagen area. Cortrium has been supported by Bayer HealthCare’s ”Grant4Apps” accelerator program and ”Danish Tech Challenge”.

For further information contact:

Health 2.0. CPH: Ready – Go eHealth?

Updated: Oct. 29th 2015

Cortrium is organizing the next Health 2.0. Copenhagen event. Today we are pleased to announce 2 speakers:

• Martin Sølvkjær, MD & Head of section, Centre for IT, Medico and Telecommunications (CIMT).

• Henrik L. Ibsen, CEO, OpenTeleHealth.

When: Wednesday 9. Dec.; 5.00  – 7.00 pm.

Where: Rocket Labs, Hejrevej 30, DK-2400 Copenhagen NV.

Wanna attend? Sign up here: Meetup.com

InnoCan: Cortrium is approved for EU-funding from Interreg 5A

Updated: Sep. 28th 2015

More clinical trials coming up in 2016!

We are happy to announce that Næstved Hospital, Odense University Hospital, Universitätsklinik Schleswig-Holstein Lübeck  and Universitätsklinik Schleswig-Holstein Kiel are establishing joint test facilities for clinical trials of innovative healthcare-tech solutions. Test facilities will be established at all 4 hospitals. Cortrium will supply test devices for health data monitoring of patients.

InnoCan partners: The Danish Cancer Society, Design School Kolding, University College Zealand, Region Zealand’s Innovation Center and Institute for Cancer Epidemiology.

Network partners:  Wirtschaftsförderung und Technologietransfer Schleswig Holstein GmbH (WTSH), Life Science NordPhilips Healthcare and Welfare Tech.

InnoCan:

Total budget: 4,3 Mill EUR

Project period: Oct. 2015 – Sept. 2018

EU-Fund: ERDF

Info about InnoCan here (in German)

Cortrium named one of the most innovative wearable companies in 2015

Updated: Apr. 28th 2015

Cortrium awarded an impressive 5.2 points out of 6 on “Nuviun’s Wearable Health Innovation Scoring 2015”. With this, Cortrium enters at a shared 7th place out of more than 300+ wearable companies!

Cortrium and “InWatch Z”-smart watch developer sign strategic alliance

Updated: Apr. 16th  2015

Global InDevices, a startup based in London and Granada and Cortrium sign a strategic alliance to bridge the gap between healthcare monitoring inside and outside the hospital environment.

Both companies are strong in research and development and will with this collaboration form a joint team to focus on a game changing solution that is only possible by combing the two technologies.

The first project will be the development of a solution to administer cardiac fitness and health. It will leverage the medical grade chest worn device that Cortrium has already developed and the unique connectivity and interface found in Global InDevices’ InWatchZ.

The project will bring a new vision of healthcare personnel helping health professionals, promoting the empowerment of patients and providing additional support for dialogue between the two.

Cortrium and Global Indevices are dedicated to develop the next generation of mobile technology for the healthcare industry at affordable prices. The use of smart devices and aggregation of data for specific health issues favor individualized diagnostics with support of verifiable and reliable assessments of world-renowned medical societies.

Cortrium’s revolutionary technology platform is build around a high-performance three-channel ECG for detection and diagnosis of cardiac disease. Furthermore, the device measures surface temperature, respiratory rate, and activity/posture. An upcoming prototype will also include oxygen saturation (SpO2) and blood pressure sensors. Seamless monitoring of these parameters will be transmitted to a data control center where the all the information will be integrated to give a complete overview of health status as well as enable predictive

The InWatchZ ensures data transmission over 3G and wireless technology with a specific application that enables real-time videoconferencing with the specialist.
Likewise, you may receive all notifications or alarms are necessary for medical prescription or for the development of preventiva, diet exercise, etc.
All easily controlled from the wrist. A project with a great future!

Data validation

Hacking ourselves into the #digitalhealth industry is fun. Having customers is awesome. We are currently running vital sign data validation studies at:

    • Department of Oncology, Naestved Hospital, in collaboration with Sundhedsinnovation Zealand.
    • Department of Cardiology, Bispebjerg Hospital, in collaboration with Department of Integrated Care.

 

Its important to us that you can trust our data. It is our next step in company building.

Clinical trials in progress:

Naestved Hospital study completeness - starts January 2016 (~40 patients to be included)

10%

Bispebjerg Hospital ECG / Holter study completeness (~150 patients to be included)

2%

Bispebjerg Hospital PhD study completeness (~80 patients to be included)

2,5%

Clinical trials coming up:

Bispebjerg Hospital ECG / Holter Heart Rate Variability (HRV) study completeness (8 patients to be included)

0%

Clinical trials completed:

Naestved Hospital pre-study completeness (32 healthy individuals included)

100%

Standard electrodes

Wanna be a co-organizer for the next Health 2.0 CPH event?

Bluetooth 4.2

...enabling true IoT!

Features

Waterproof, induction charged, Bluetooth and WiFi, Near Field Communication and QR-code based Patient ID, just to name a few ...

All vital sign measurements integrated in one device

Heart rate (ECG), respiratory rate, temperature, blood oxygen level, blood pressure, accelerometer data, and more...

Seamless to wear

Flexible rubber-like material makes the Cortrium device pleasant to wear at all times

Open frameworks

ECG - Respiratory Rate - Temperature - Accelerometer

...and much, much, more!

No manual documentation
No manual errors

Automatic transmission of vital sign measurements to patient records

Small and easy-to-use

Novel technology

Team

Erik S. Poulsen

Erik S. Poulsen

CEO, Co-founder, MD, MSc (Biomedial Engineering).

Jacob E. Nielsen

Jacob E. Nielsen

Co-founder, MSc (Political Science).

Heine Skov

Heine Skov

Lead developer, MSc (Computer Science).

Niels Sandholm

Niels Sandholm

Hardware developer, MSc (Electronics Engineering).

Lars V. Jensen

Lars V. Jensen

Hardware and firmware developer, BSc (Electronics Engineering)

Lars K. Rasmussen

Lars K. Rasmussen

Firmware developer, MSc (Computer Science).

Jonatan Pallesen

Jonatan Pallesen

Data scientist (big data expert), MSc (Molecular Biology), PhD in Medicine.

Christian Toft

Christian Toft

MSc in Medialogy

 Kiel Gilleade

Kiel Gilleade

Researcher in Physiological Computing

Investors

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Awards

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20160127 DKTechChallenge

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Partners

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Location

Cortrium ApS

c/o Rocket Labs
Hejrevej 30
Copenhagen NV
DK-2400 Denmark

Telephone: +45 258 258 35
Email: denmark@cortrium.com

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