PHOTONIC TECHNOLOGIES

BabyLux aims to provide an innovative biophotonic solution for the monitoring of cerebral oxygen metabolism and blood flow

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PHOTONIC TECHNOLOGIES

DEMONSTRATION & FEASIBILITY

After a first demonstration phase in laboratory settings, the prototype will be piloted by the NICUs- Neonatal Intensive Care Units

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DEMONSTRATION & FEASIBILITY

BUSINESS STRATEGY

International technological and market background will be continuously analyzed and compared to ongoing Babylux experimentations

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BUSINESS STRATEGY

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BabyLux - An Optical Neuro-Monitor of Cerebral Oxygen Metabolism and Blood Flow for Neonatology - is a project that aims to provide an innovative and reliable tool to monitor and assess brain blood flow and oxygenation in extremely preterm neonates. The device can be brought to the bedside, measurements can be done in a few minutes and repeatedly, if the condition is critical. The project takes up complete R&D works and extends already tested prototypes to the level of demonstrator.

LATEST NEWS

BabyLux device at CopenhagenBABYLUX NOW FUNCTIONING IN A REAL TIME SETTING

The time has come for BabyLux to start the clinical demonstration! At the beginning of June 2016 the device reached Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen (Denmark). The study has been accepted by the Danish Medical Agency and, after two years of laboratory demonstration, the tool is now functioning  in a real clinical environment. A second device will reach Clinica Mangiagalli Ospedale Maggiore in Milan next September. Project results will be presented and discussed during the final conference at the end of November. More details will follow.

 

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BabyLux is a project funded by the European Union under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme 2007-2013 (Grant agreement n. 620996)