SEPSI Score ©
PREVIA MEDICAL has developed a digital biomarker, SEPSI Score ©, which provides an early warning of sepsis up to 48 hours before the first symptoms appear.
Sepsis is a generalised inflammatory response associated with infection. If it occurs after an invasive procedure, it is known as a nosocomial infection. Sepsis can be caused by bacteria or certain viruses (SARS-Cov2, H1N1 influenza, etc.).
Sepsis is currently responsible for 60,000 deaths a year in France and 1 in 5 deaths worldwide. Each hour's delay in diagnosis reduces the patient's chances of survival by 7%.
With a 30-day mortality rate of 20-30%*, sepsis is one of the leading causes of death in hospitals worldwide.
A precise algorithm and real-time alerts can significantly reduce the length of stay and mortality rate.
Construction of Digital Biomarkers
Digital biomarkers make it possible to collect precise, real-time information about an individual’s state of health. This data is then transmitted and processed electronically, enabling continuous health monitoring, early detection of changes and prediction of health problems.
Objective of the digital biomarker
SEPSI Score © retrospective study
The score was validated in collaboration with a partner hospital centre over the course of a 22-month study.
We analysed more than 1,000 beds on all wards, with more than 150 input parameters:
Vital signs, history, medication and laboratory results.
SEPSI Score © performance
84% of patients with sepsis are detected on average 48 hours before the first symptoms appear
SEPSI Score ©
Integrated into the hospital’s business software, SEPSI Score © speeds up medical treatment and alerts healthcare professionals, who can then start treatment earlier, thereby increasing patients’ chances of survival.
Detects up to 48 hours before the first symptoms appear
Alerting healthcare professionals
Risk score calculated every hour
Dashboard populated with all analysis results
The PREVIA © platform
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