Peace of heart
from your home
Every 2 seconds someone dies from
— cardiovascular diseases
Cardiovascular disorders are the leading causes of death worldwide. The WHO estimates that roughly 18 million lives are claimed each year, which takes up about 31% of all deaths.*
* Source: WHO
We believe in data-based preventative health care
We are committed to practice preventative medicine, as the early detection of risks, pathological lesions, and diseases can save lives and help to free up resources in healthcare systems. Withe the help of innovative products and services, we seek to reduce the cost of healthcare while improving the quality of care.
A Hungarian invention, a revolutionization of remote patient monitoring with the help of Big Data analytics
Throughout several years of reasearch and development we have developed a pulse wave algorhythm - based on medical literature - that automatically analyses two-minute incoming measurements. We have also developed a user-friendly software framework (smartphone applications, web-based medical interfaces, cloud-based evaluation, and a database) to make sure this innovation is ready and available for the use of general public. This allows patients to be able to track their cardiovascular statuses with the convenience of staying home while measuring.
Why is this good?
Our technology allows physicians to recognize onset cardiovascular diseases at an early stage, as well as to monitor any changes in patients' conditions who suffer from cardiovascular diseases. The system - with the help of Big Data analysis - offers an exceptional tool for tracking progress of applied therapies and their cardiovascular effects; opening new doors to the new reasearch of:
- gestational diseases
- cardiovascular surgery
- elderly care
- home monitoring of COVID-19 patients
Based on the Special Operations Task Force of Hungary (Operatív Törzs), delivery of 180 SCN4ALL smart pulse oximeter systems to GP practices to monitor their patients at home as part of a pilot project.
We enter the VascAgeNet netwotk to help european research network in vascular aging examination at popular level
1.0 version of SCN4ALL
- Cooperation with professor Basky Thilaganathan MD, St. George's University Hospital (UK) - continuous validation and international spread of Pregnascan
- Gizella Home - Nursing home, Biatorbágy - 90 residents
- Two PhD students began their studies with SCN4ALL system
- Researches started at National Koranyi Institue of Pulmonology
- Winning project at the Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency (KDRIÜ)
- SFTY4ALL MVP Ready - pilot test: Napra Forgó Nonprofit Zrt. - 80 employees
- 500.000. EUR investment (PL Invest BV)
- Design Terminal - Startup Award
- 5000 measurements
- Vodafone social responsibility project
- PregnaScan multicentric pilot
- PregnaScan application
- First B2C customer
- Total of 5 team members
- Foundation of E-Med4All Europe Kft.
- 50.000 EUR investment (angel investor)
- E-Med4U application
- Background research, diploma work (Semmelweis University)
- Prototype (K+F)
- Total of 3 team members
WHO ARE WE?
A doctor (Sándor) and an engineer (Balázs), two friends and former business associates with the involvement of a third doctor (Dániel), had a dream of a telemedicine system based on pulse-wave analysis in 2015. They founded a company in 2018, and incorporated all existing imrpovements there were by then.
This is how E-Med4All Europe Kft. got on the path of continuous development, the rest is history...
In addition to our technology, our team is our greatest “capital” and strength. We believe in one another, we believe that together we will achieve our goals!
Dániel Kulin, MDCOO, Head of research, doctor
Péter KulinResponsible for Quality Management System, Product Development Support, Logistics
Flóra Antali, MDPhD student, Research Associate
Boglárka BarczaAdministrative Assistant
Tibor Héjj, PhDLead advisor for strategy and business development
Dr. János MatuzLawyer
Zsuzsanna Miklós, MDScientific Consultant
László SzűcsEngineer: mechatronics and computer science
Konrád István LuczStatistics, data analysis
Lilla Lucia Lovász, MDPharmacist, Scientific Associate
Flóra BúsPersonal Assistant, Molecular Bionics Engineer, MSc student in Organizational Leadership
E-Med4All - important numbers
- More than
- More than
- More than
registered pulse oximeters
- 13 people
dedicated team members
- experience in
research and development:
University of Óbuda
University of Debrecen
St. Gerorge’s University Hospital London
Hunagrian Health Visitors' Association
Hungarian Health Visitors' Professional Association
National Korányi Institute