COVID-19 Care

SplendoFit is on the digital front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. Low-cost and effective monitoring and communication in a social distancing society.

Medical Care

COVID-19 crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting enormous pressure on the global healthcare system. Personnel, supplies and equipment capacity is stretched to their limit.

There is a high demand for beds and monitoring equipment in both the ICU and nursing wards. Every contact with a patient is a risk of infection, and thus needs sterilized face shields and masks.

SplendoFit offers several features to tackle the current global COVID-19 crisis.

Remote monitoring of infected patients

Monitor infected COVID-19 patients quarantined at home, at COVID-centers, and at hospitals. SplendoFit's remote monitoring and communication enable medical professionals to monitor a large number of patients without physical contact, which decreases the change of further infections and increases the chance of on-time intervention.

Recovery monitoring and guidance

Close monitoring and guidance for patients during their recovery process reduces the risk of permanent damage. However, with hospital operating at their limits, lengthy recovery reduces capacity for new patients. SplendoFit enables hospitals to offload patients for extramural care without loosing insight into their recovery.

Medical Research
Social Distancing

Social distancing in healthcare

Healthcare is a profession where direct social and physical contact are always present. The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing measures forced medical professionals to cancel most appointments and non-critical treatments. In addition, hospital resources are allocated for COVID-19 patients.

Backlog is growing

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, cancelled and delayed appointments are creating a backlog that will last long after the pandemic itself is under control.

Remote monitoring and communication

SplendoFit can handle a range of measurements and monitoring that would need physical contact in a traditional situation. Doctors can continue to monitor, diagnose and communicate with their patients without the risks of physical contact.

Work from home

Full end-to-end encription ensures safe transfer of data, even on a home network.