Business news from Ukraine


20 December , 2021  

The Adonis medical group at the Podil branch in Kyiv has implemented a knopka system to control the safety of patients.
According to a press release from Adonis, the knopka system is a Ukrainian technology startup that has proven its effectiveness in a number of state-owned clinics, including in the COVID-19 wards for critically ill patients, where there is a high workload on staff.
At the Adonis clinic in Podil, the first stage of the system has been launched, which allows tracking the work of nurses. The launch of the second phase will make it possible to make not only hospital beds and toilets safe for patients, but also any point in the hospital.
“The system will check the arrival of a medical team where the patient may feel bad – from wards to doctors’ offices in the clinic. Thus, the clinic plans to comply with the international safety standard under the Code Blue,” the medical group said.
As explained, the knopka system receives signals from buttons that are accessible to patients in the clinic and generates messages to the phone, which are received by nurses and doctors. Thus, doctors identify the patient and where he is. In addition, the system checks if the medical staff was at the patient’s bed in no more than 2-3 minutes.
If a MAWI sensor is connected to the patient, which monitors the pulse, pressure, body position in space, saturation and other indicators in real time and if the indicators become critical, the system notifies the medical staff and generates messages of the highest priority. The medical team will be in the ward in no more than 1-2 minutes.
Adonis is a network of private medical centers for adults and children.
The private clinic Adonis was founded over 20 years ago. Its network includes 12 branches in Kyiv city and the region, including two of its own maternity hospitals and a stem cell laboratory.
In the branches of the clinic, doctors from 66 medical areas receive patients.