To transform an ordinary blister pack
into a DMX Smart Blister is very intuitive,
fast and very easy.
1. When side effect's are predictable
2. Patient’s lassitude
3. Personalizing the information to be given to patients
How does it work?
With DOSEMETRIX, any medication blister pack can be transformed into a DOSEMETRIX Smart Blister. For this, DOSEMETRIX makes electronic self-adhesive labels that are easily placed on the flat surface of the blister pack.
With a DOSEMETRIX Smart Blister, every time the patient extracts a tablet from the blister, the date and time are immediately recorded.
The aim is to avoid imposing any constraint on the patient so that reliable, unbiased and “real-life” information can be obtained. More...
What do we do?
Our DOSEMETRIX Smart Blisters capture the time and date that each medication is taken.
The real-time captured longitudinal liable adherence data are centralized for analyse and tailored feed back interventions. The DOSEMETRIX platform enables the sponsor, the doctors, the patients… to access all the results of the adherence data analysis carried out by DOSEMETRICS. With one Click on the tab, according to the right of each user, the easy to use web-app gives the project information, individual and cohort adherence data, predicted drug concentration for each patient…
The collaborative platform can be easily translated in different languages. Data can be integrated into and existing ePRO.
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The data recorded by a DOSEMETRIX Smart Blister is equivalent to a patient diary but without the patient having to complete any task or intervention each time the medicine is taken. It’s the guarantee of the reliability of information recorded in real time. The patients are always well-informed about the fact that the time and date of each administration is recorded but the measure must be carried out automatically and without constraint. The longitudinal adherence data recording must not depend on a specific action from the patient, such as answering their smart phone or pressing a button at each administration or putting the blister in a box equipped with a coded opening especially as patients know their medication blister packs and changing the contents could change the way they take their medication.