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Gillie.AI for Home Dialysis

A smart app helps make dialysis easier

Artificial intelligence and the dialysis application used by the patient help in monitoring the treatment of kidney disease and in communication between the patient and the dialysis nurses. In addition, supplies orders are processed safely and reliably with the help of the application.


Easy Home Dialysis Process
Setting up a home dialysis process from the beginning is laborious, but its automation also brings relief to those units where home dialysis does not yet exist.
Considerable cost savings
As the number of dialysis patients increases, the role of home dialysis in achieving cost savings gains even more importance.
Reduces the need for health care services
With the help of artificial intelligence-based patient monitoring, it is possible to anticipate and even avoid serious adverse events, such as the fact that dialysis treatments have to be started unexpectedly in the emergency room.
Increases Satisfaction
If the patient can be referred to home dialysis, the patient’s therapeutic results are almost always better.
Communication between patient and professional
A secure tool for communication between the patient and the professionals.
Supplies orders
Guides the patient to order supplies according to the dialysis prescription at regular intervals and reminds of the forgotten order. The professional can check the orders and forward them to the suppliers.
Symptom questionnaires
Collects information related to the patient’s well-being and health.
Several artificial intelligence functionalities
Functions are currently being developed and will be available after they are certified as a medical devices
Measurement data from the patient’s devices
Weight, blood pressure and the measurements produced by the dialysis machine are automatically transferred from the devices to the app for the patient and professional to see.
Laboratory results for the patient
The application retrieves laboratory results from the patient information system and displays them to the patient.