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Update posted by Kamel Belkadhi On Apr 18, 2020

Current dialysis machines used in human medicine are difficult to configure and use, and are also prone to halt. They are not adaptive, and require technician level knowledge to operate them. User interface is from the 90s, and training to use them means reading through thick manuals. The Carpe Medi dialysis machine is:

● Prototype - we already have a functioning machine. We can do this!

● Intuitive – Setup and configuration are easy and linear. Device uses its sensors to guide and help via user interface.

● Fast to start, fast to reach – The Carpe Medi device boots up in 6 seconds, which makes it quick to use we can use it as fast as needed for the patient. Sensors monitor the current situation 1,000 times per second.

● Helpful with diagnosing – Every procedure will be logged from start to finish: every button pressed, every decision made. All this can help during future procedures, as the device offers the most probable option by default.

● Easy to monitor, easy to train – Since all the data is uploaded to cloud, it’s easy to initiate data playback, and go over critical moments with trainees.

● Cost effective – The Carpe Medi device is cheaper to make than current dialysis machines, yet it uses a more modern hardware and software solution.

● Suitable in size – The Carpe Medi device is the smallest on the market.

● There is big data, there is IP – During building prototypes and developing technology, many solutions turned out to be unique and patentable. All saved data can and should be used to further develop procedures and strategies.

The software developed is highly modular and error-proof. Both fully manual, and fully autonomous modes are supported. Fully autonomous mode requires zero intervention from veterinarians. Remote operator access is available for second opinion or troubleshooting.

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