Technology

Technology created by Planexta with implementation driven and  delivered by SenceTech.

Health Watch Project

Planexta & SenceTech plan to improve care & efficiency for the Medical Industry.

Planexta Care

The world's first one-handed Blood Pressure and HRV (Heart Rate Vitality) monitor.

SportSence

Leverage our technology to analyze team and training performance real-time.

Deliverable Timeline

Device release dates have been forecasted based on development and required funding resources.

Products / Technology Readiness Level TRL3 TRL4 TRL5 TRL6 TRL7 TRL8 TRL9+
PRECISE (automated ECG interpretation)       X     TBD 08/2017
SenceBand (emotional tracker)       X     TBD 08/2017
SenceBand Medical (HRV tracker)       X     TBD 05/2018
SenceBand Medical Pro (SCD and MI early detection)   X         TBD 10/2018
PlanextaCare (BP, HRV and saturation monitor)   X         TBD 10/2018
PlanextaCare Pro (with MI and stroke early detection)   X         TBD 12/2018
HealthWatch (medical smart watch) X           TBD 06/2019
SportSence (Trials pending University / League Partnership)             TBD Pending

SenceBand™

The world's first ECG sensor for one hand - Slated for release September/October 2017

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Market Ready: Universal Cloud service for automated interpretation of ECG

UP TO 64% OF CARDIOGRAMS ARE MISREAD

  • Most physicians think that they have good interpretation knowledge of ECG, but it’s not an easy task1
  • Studies rate non-cardiologist physicians an accuracy of 36% to 96% in detecting ECG abnormalities2
  • The emergency department physicians had sensitivities of 59% and 64% for ST-T abnormalities3

Contact Us

  1. Health informatics — Standard communication protocol — Part 91064: Computer-assisted electrocardiography
  2. Prineas R et al. The Minnesota Code Manual of Electrocardiographic Findings: Standards and Procedures for Measurement and Classification. 2010.
  3. Heart rate variability. Standards of measurement, physiological interpretation, and clinical use Task Force of The European Society of Cardiology and The North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (Membership of the Task Force listed in the Appendix)
  4. “The Coming of Age of Computerized ECG Processing: Can it Replace the Cardiologist in Epidemiological Studies and Clinical “ Jan A. Kors, and Gerard van Herpen, PMID: 11604912

From lecture “Top 10 Pitfalls in ECG Reading Top 10 Pitfalls in ECG Reading at Emergency Department” of Wang, Tzong Luen, et al, Taiwan Nov 15th 2010

  1. Centurión OA (2016) Conventional Electrocardiographic Interpretation by Non-Cardiologist Medical Doctors: A Need for Improvement in the Teaching Techniques or a Necessity for Better Learning Skills?. J Cardiol Curr Res 5(2): 00159.
  2. Salerno, S.M., P.C. Alguire, and H.S. Waxman, Competency in interpretation of 12-lead electrocardiograms: a summary and appraisal of published evidence. Ann Intern Med, 2003. 138(9): p. 751-60.
  3. Jayes RL Jr et al. Physician electrocardiogram reading in the emergency department—accuracy and effect on triage decisions:findings from a multicenter study. J Gen Intern Med. 1992 Jul-Aug;7:387-92.

Standardized processing
  • ISO 11073-91064:20091
  • Minnesota Code2
  • Heart rate variability analysis3
High Precision
  • Sensitivity - up to 97.8%
  • Specificity - up to 98.2%4
EXPANSION OF BORDERS BOOST THE OUTPUT OF YOUR EGG DIAGNOSTIC
THE CLINICAL VALUE ADVANTAGES OF AUTOMATED EGG INTERPRETATION:
HOW IT WORKS: SIMPLE AS CALCULATOR
Clinical guidelines for ECG interpretation

Permanent update on demand from AHA, ESC, ISO with rule-based medical logical modules

Supported ECG formats

SCP-ECG, DICOM-WS 30, HL7 aECG, ecgML, MFER, Philips XML, XML-ECG, mECGml, ecgAware

Free integration into your hospital’s information systems

Easy to use API in compliance with ISO/HL7 and IEC 62304

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MOST
  • non-cardiac physicians see up to 9 typical patterns
  • cardiologists see up to 15 typical patterns
  • experienced cardiologists see up to 19 typical patterns
Calculates up to 700 parameters
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  1. Mant, Jonathan et al. “Accuracy of Diagnosing Atrial Fibrillation on Electrocardiogram by Primary Care Practitioners and Interpretative Diagnostic Software: Analysis of Data from Screening for Atrial Fibrillation in the Elderly (SAFE) Trial.” BMJ: British Medical Journal 335.7616 (2007): 380.
  2. McCabe, James M. et al. “Physician Accuracy in Interpreting Potential ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction Electrocardiograms.” Journal of the American Heart Association: Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease 2.5 (2013): e000268. PMC. Web. 2 Feb. 2017.
  3. Zeng, Rui et al. “New Ideas for Teaching Electrocardiogram Interpretation and Improving Classroom Teaching Content.” Advances in Medical Education and Practice 6 (2015): 99–104.
  4. Kopeć, Grzegorz et al. “Competency in ECG Interpretation Among Medical Students.” Medical Science Monitor : International Medical Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research 21 (2015): 3386–3394.
  5. Macallan DC et al. The electrocardiogram in general practice: its use and its interpretation. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 1990;83(9):559-562.
  6. Sur DK et al: Accuracy of electrocardiogram reading by family practice residents. Fam Med. 2000, 32: 315-319.

Make Therapists Happy

Simply does what physicians would love to delegate someone else.

  • Standardized ECG interpretation: ISO - 11073:91064, Minnesota Code, Heart Rate variability
  • Multi language localization support
  • Visualization tools
  • Adjustable reports
Leveraging New Developments to Improve Care
USE 100% ECG INFORMATION WITHOUT ADDITIONAL EFFORTS: ADDED VALUE FIELDS

MEDICAL & SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

  • occupational physiology
  • exercise physiology
  • occupational science
  • sport science
  • psychology
  • pharmacology

MEDICAL & SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

  • occupational physiology
  • exercise physiology
  • occupational science
  • sport science
  • psychology
  • pharmacology

Guideline for the application of heart rate and heart rate variability. in occupational medicine and occupational science, ASU International issue: 06-2015

Remote / Home Care


Outsource Diagnostic Services


Holter Monitoring


Inpatient or Outpatient Care


Emergency / Ambulance

PDF reports


Tailored dashboards


Dispatching algorithms

MODERNIZE YOUR ECG DIAGNOSTIC TO IMPROVE ACCURACY, CONTENT, PROCESSING AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS

  1. Escudero, Carolina A et al. “Electrocardiogram Interpretation by Canadian General Paediatricians: Examining Practice, Accuracy and Confidence.” Paediatrics & Child Health 19.2 (2014): 77–83. Print..
  2. Jan A. Kors, and Gerard van Herpen . The Coming of Age of Computerized ECG Processing: Can it Replace the Cardiologist in Epidemiological Studies and Clinical Trials?
  3. Physician Fee according the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) 2017 Pricing information HCPCS Code CPT 93010

NEW OPPORTUNITIES


Must have instrument

  • Wider range of ECG-based services
  • Raise your standards
  • Additional revenue streams
  • Increased efficiency

Planexta Care

The world's first Blood Pressure and HRV (Heart Rate Vitality) monitor for one hand presently conducting clinical trials in Europe.

Sencetech is currently looking for partnerships in the US with teaching hospitals for trials.  We are looking for investors and funding for these trials and FDA approval.

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE IS A MAJOR RISK OF CV DISEASES

Hypertension is a major risk factor for ischaemic and haemorrhagic stroke, myocardial infarction, heart failure, chronic kidney disease, cognitive decline and premature death.

The risk associated with increasing blood pressure is continuous, with each 2 mmHg rise in systolic blood pressure associated with a 7% increased risk of mortality from ischaemic heart disease and a 10% increased risk of mortality from stroke.1

Constant blood pressure monitoring is the only way for hypertension prevention2

  1. Heart rate variability. Standards of measurement, physiological interpretation, and clinical use. Task Force of The European Society of Cardiology and The North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology
  2. Alex Sarishvili. Risk estimation for Sudden Cardiac Death. Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM

LOW OXYGEN SATURATION IS A SIGN OF LIFE THREATENING CONDITIONS

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  • Anemia
  • ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome)
  • Asthma
  • Congenital heart defects in children
  • Congenital heart disease in adults
  • COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases
  • Emphysema
  • Interstitial lung disease
  • Medications, such as certain narcotics and anesthetics, that depress breathing
  • Medications, such as certain narcotics and anesthetics, that depress breathing
  • Strained or pulled abdominal muscle
  • Pneumothorax (collapsed lung)
  • Pulmonary edema
  • Pulmonary embolism (blood clot in anartery in the lung)
  • Sleep apnea

  1. http://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/hypoxemia/basics/causes/sym-20050930

HEALTH WATCH PROJECT

Planexta & SenceTech plan to combine these revolutionary technologies to create the world's first smart watch with medical grade ECG/ HRV, blood pressure and saturation monitoring

Looking for funding to expand project in 2018

CONSTANT AND CONVENIENT HEART RATE VARIABILITY ANALYSIS

THE ONLY BIOMARKER TO DETECT A RISK OF SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH1

  1. Heart rate variability. Standards of measurement, physiological interpretation, and clinical use. Task Force of The European Society of Cardiology and The North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology
  2. Alex Sarishvili. Risk estimation for Sudden Cardiac Death. Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM

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There is a significant relationship between the autonomic nervous system and cardiovascular mortality, including sudden cardiac death.

Experimental evidence for an association between a propensity for lethalarrhythmias and signs of either increased sympathetic or reduced vagal activity has encouraged the development of quantitative markers of autonomic activity.1

Type 2: Myocardial infarction secondary to an ischaemic imbalance

In instances of myocardial injuary with necrosis where a condition other than CAD contributes to an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and/or demand, e.g. coronary endothelial dysfunction, coronary artery spasm, coronary embolism, tachy-/brady-arrhythmias, anemia respitory failure, hypotension, and hypertension with or without LVH.

ECG abnormalities of myocardial ischaemia or infarction may be inscribed in the PR segment

Third Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert, Allan S. Jaffe, Maarten L. Simoons, Bernard R. Chaitman and Harvey D. White: the Writing Group on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction

Peer Review - Concept Confirmed.

Sergei Gutnikov, MD DPhil (Oxon)
Centre for Prevention of Stroke and Dementia,
Oxford Vascular Study — Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences

“I assume that proposed technologies have tremendous potential in the prevention of sudden cardiac death and myocardial infarction.

However, the further pre-clinical and clinical trials should be performed due to the Good Clinical Practice and current international regulations.

Meanwhile, I wish you good luck in development of solutions, which may save millions of lives worldwide.”

Timeline

SportSence

Interactive Biometric Analysis for sports - Actively seeking partnerships with leagues and/or Sport centric universities for development feedback, and trials as well as investors to help finance the initiative.

Train smarter, not harder.
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