DoseMe targeting acute and primary care with virtual model for dosing

Brisbane-based software firm DoseMe is targeting both the hospital and the primary care sectors with its easy-to-use medications dose individualisation tool, which has been optimised for a range of antibiotics, anti-coagulants, chemotherapeutic agents and immunosuppressants handled by hospital pharmacies but also in the primary care setting for notoriously difficult to dose drugs like warfarin.

DoseMe is available for dosing of antibiotics such as vancomycin and gentamicin after a number of clinical trials, and is also being used for both clinical and research purposes at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney. It is also being promoted to GPs through a partnership signed in May with Siemens Healthcare as part of the roll-out of Siemens' new Xprecia Stride point-of-care INR test device.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: DoseMe, Siemens Healthcare

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