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September 22, 2023

Education partnership for the 38th Annual British Association of Critical Care Nurses  

After successful appearances at Mayo Clinic's Annual Critical Care Conference in Orlando and Neurocritical Care Society Annual Meeting in Phoenix it was time to visit the UK. We are thrilled to announce that our Clinical AI Researcher, Dr Ivo John was representing Solvemed at the 38th Annual British Association of Critical Care Nurses (BACCN) conference in Nottingham last week. Even more so, we are proud to have been an Education Partner for this great event! 

Nurses play a crucial role in patient care, and subjective pupil examination is an essential component of their monitoring toolkit. By regularly assessing the pupillary light reflex, nurses can conduct brain health assessment and detect early signs of patient deterioration, adverse drug reactions, or neurological changes.

With the theme of Recovery, Restoration and Sustainability, this event was the perfect fit for Solvemed. Did you know that if the healthcare sector was a country, it would be the 5th largest emitter of CO2 on the planet? At Solvemed, we are looking toward a more sustainable and eco-friendly future of healthcare devices. Replacing plastic medical penlights and plastic hardware equipment, such as traditional pupilometers with digital Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) products, we aim to contribute to advancing neuroscience and making lives better for our planet.

Participating in one of the largest critical care nursing events in the UK was a huge honour!Looking forward to the next edition! In the meantime, Solvemed will be taking part in another amazing Nursing conference soon. See you in San Diego!