Key features

key features of our design

Quantitative analysis

Device is able to perform quantitative analysis of selected uremic markers: urea, creatinine and inorganic phosphate. Quality of results are as confident as results from widely-used multifunctional clinical analysers. Whatsmore, quantification methods are optimized for shortening of analysis time, reagent consumption and increased sensitivity and precision.


Whole solution is cloud-based. Results of monitoring are saved in real-time on remote servers or servers in dialysis stations. This offers 24/7 access to data for medical personnel and can be easely combined with existing medical-datacenters. Servers are responsible for interpreting results and further calculation of dialysis parameters.

Easy access

Easy-to-use design of devices allows operation of monitors by unqualified personnel. Monitoring devices are design to plug-in-and-run (plug-and-play). Whole quantitative analysis, calibration and internal tests are preformed in control of remote server. User is informed about device operation on its own smartphone or PC.

Universal design

Universal design

Device have universal hydraulics and electronics. Change of desired analisis (analytes: DUN - urea, creatinine or phosphate ions) are determined by hermetic cartridge with apprioprate ammount of chemicals allowing to monitor of single HD session.
Device is designed to work with any model of hemodialysis machine. It do not interfere in dialyser construction. Device connects to the exhaust of used dialysis fluid. Waste of analysis if dropped into stream of used dialysate or stored in cartrige (depending on local enviromental regulations). It needs only power connection (avaliable with own battery).

Our Team

Meet our core team members.
Full list of investigators involed in the project you can find here
Łukasz Tymecki
Łukasz Tymecki
Team Leader & Manager
Michał Michalec
Michał Michalec
Main Investigator
Judyta Sobczyk
Judyta Sobczyk
Consultant / PR
Andrzej Szmalc


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