Cyber-Physical Intensive Care Medical System for COVID-19

CYBER-PHYSICAL INTENSIVE CARE MEDICAL SYSTEM FOR COVID-19

CYBER-PHYSICAL INTENSIVE CARE MEDICAL SYSTEM FOR COVID-19

Increasing European ICU Performance Capacity

ICU4COVID

Welcome

Objective

OBJECTIVE The European health services have well responded to the Covid-19 emerging crisis, especially if and where the intensive care unit (ICU) capacities were sufficient, prepared, and collectively cooperating, sharing knowledge, and able to protect...
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Consortium

CONSORTIUMThe ICU4Covid consortium has joined forces for large-scale piloting and deployment of the CPS4TIC as the urgent response in Intensive Care Medicine to the COVID-19 crisis. The consortium brings together 19 partners from 6 EU...
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Challenge

CHALLENGE

The Cyber-Physical System for Telemedicine and Intensive Care (CPS4TIC) enables existing or new ICU structures to transform and operate as one ICU Hub with one central ICU and connected ICUs in peripheral hospitals. CPS4TIC was used successfully in the first wave of Covid-19 to ensure efficient and effective diagnosis and treatment of Covid-19 patients. ICU4COVID will deploy and test the CPS4TIC at large-scale, in 8 ICU Hubs in Europe, involving more than 30’000 patients per year with a coverage of approximately 60 Million citizens.

Objective

OBJECTIVE

The European health services have well responded to the Covid-19 emerging crisis, especially if and where the intensive care unit (ICU) capacities were sufficient, prepared, and collectively cooperating, sharing knowledge, and able to protect from further spreading of the disease among the healthcare workforce and the patients. Today, only 47% of hospitals have the recommended coverage of intensive care specialists and they are unevenly distributed between centres and periphery.

The Cyber-Physical System for Telemedicine and Intensive Care (CPS4TIC) enables existing or new ICU structures to transform and operate as one ICU Hub with one central ICU and connected ICUs in peripheral hospitals. CPS4TIC was used successfully in the first wave of Covid-19 to ensure efficient and effective diagnosis and treatment of Covid-19 patients, while reducing the risk of infection drastically.

The CPS4TIC consists of a telemedicine cockpit, telemedicine consoles at each peripheral hospital, a connector platform and smart bedside hubs including robotic arm at the bedsides of both, the central telemonitoring clinics and the peripheral telemonitored hospitals. The ICU hub operates telemedicine, continuous real-time telemonitoring and bedside smart care environment. The bedside smart care environment reduces the risk of infection for the health workforce significantly both for the central and the peripheral hospitals.

ICU4Covid will deploy and test the CPS4TIC at large-scale, in 8 ICU Hubs, involving more than 30’000 patients per year with a coverage of approximately 60 Million citizens.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

1. CPS4TIC large scale pilot and deployment: 8 ICU Hubs with central and peripheral hospitals in Europe to bring capacity boost to Intensive Care Medicine for COVID-19 to EU citizens and protect the healthcare workforce from infections.
2. Clinical monitoring, performance and validation for COVID-19 use case “lung infection, respiratory and organ failure” for screening, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of critically ill patients.
3. To integrate the CPS4TIC pilots in a co-creation process to assure a human-centered innovation, acceptance and functional design.
4. To comply with relevant ethics, security requirements and data protection legislation and to promote good practices in the implementation of security and privacy implementation.
5. Master template to establish ICU Hubs: a blueprint for use and roll-out the CPS4TIC rapidly scalable and ready for knowledge transfer and cooperation.

Consortium









CONSORTIUM


The ICU4Covid consortium has joined forces for large-scale piloting and deployment of the CPS4TIC as the urgent response in Intensive Care Medicine to the COVID-19 crisis. The consortium brings together 19 partners from 6 EU Member States. It is composed by 4 Research & Technology Organisations, 3 University Hospitals, 6 Non-University Hospitals and 6 ICT technology providers. The consortium will launch a Europe-wide OPEN CALL.













Coordination: Prof. Dr. Ricardo Goncalves, UNINOVA, Inst. Desenvolvimento de Novas Tecnologias, FCT Campus, 2829-516 Caparica, Portugal

























University Hospital Aachen, Germany





RWTH Aachen University, Germany













Clinomic GmbH, Germany








Bielefeld University, Germany





Clinomic GmbH, Germany





















Krankenhaus Düren, Germany





Bethlehem Health Centre Stolberg, Germany



















St. Elisabeth Hospital Jülich, Germany





Information Technology for Translational Medicine (ITTM) S.A., Luxemburg



















KnowledgeBiz, Portugal





Associação para a Investigação e Desenvolvimento da Faculdade de Medicina, Portugal



















Secretaria Regional de Saúde da Madeira, Portugal





Available League Lda., Portugal










 










University of Vienna, Austria





Medical University of Vienna



















Magistrat der Stadt Wien, Austria





4th Health District of Macedonia and Thrace, Greece



















Philips, Netherlands





University of Ioannina, Greece





Network Partners


 







 







 







 

University of Sofia, Bulgaria