A cardiac monitoring system that supports daily treatment

Designed to support cardiological treatments, HeartKinetics technology allows your patients suffering from heart failure to easily monitor their heart for a regular follow-up and to improve the quality of their daily life.

A cardiac monitoring system that supports daily treatment

Designed to support cardiological treatments, HeartKinetics technology allows your patients suffering from heart failure to easily monitor their heart for a regular follow-up and to improve the quality of their daily life.

HeartKinetics was awarded the 2017 European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) inventors award
Antoine, 58. Stable cardiac condition for 23 weeks.
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Contractility
Ejection function

An effective way to manage heart failure

For whom? For your patients suffering from heart failure.

Why? To help them to relax, better deal with their disease, and prevent episodes of severe decompensation.

How? By giving an instantaneous and complete evaluation of the chronotropic and inotropic conditions of the cardiac muscle.

Where and when? At home or anywhere else, at any time, in less than 45 seconds.

An effective way to manage heart failure

For whom? For your patients suffering from heart failure.

Why? To help them to relax, better deal with their disease, and prevent episodes of severe decompensation.

How? By giving an instantaneous and complete evaluation of the chronotropic and inotropic conditions of the cardiac muscle.

Where and when? At home or anywhere else, at any time, in less than 45 seconds.

The Kino™, a new kind of medical device

Made of two units, one to be placed at the apex and the other one in the lower back, the Kino™ is the only medical device directly usable by the patient that is able to observe the mechanical activity of the heart.

Much easier and faster than ultrasound and MRI

The measurement of cardiac contractility with Kino™ makes it possible to non-invasively and automatically detect variations in hemodynamics as sell as if it were done with ultrasound or MRI.1

Much more specific than measuring the weight and blood pressure

Kino™ is the only medical device for directly measuring the cardiac contractility at home.2

Non-invasive and more convenient than NT-proBNP test

Unlike the NT-proBNP test, Kino™ directly measures the strength of cardiac contractility to get a direct overview of the cardiac activity.

After a preliminary calibration performed by the cardiologist, patients are able to check the state of their cardiac constants with no assistance and in less than 45 seconds.

(1) Dobutamine vs placebo infusion (step increase: 0, 5, 10, 20 μg/kg.min) | Double-blind, randomized, placebo controlled study | 34 healthy volunteers.
(2) Cardiac deconditioning followed by measured with cardiac MRI and Kinocardiography | Microgravity simulation with 60 days head down tilt bedrest study | 24 healthy volunteers.

The Kino™, a new kind of medical device

Made of two units, one to be placed at the apex and the other one in the lower back, the Kino™ is the only medical device directly usable by the patient that is able to observe the mechanical activity of the heart.

Much easier and faster than ultrasound and MRI

The measurement of cardiac contractility with Kino™ makes it possible to non-invasively and automatically detect variations in hemodynamics as sell as if it were done with ultrasound or MRI.1

Much more specific than measuring the weight and blood pressure

Kino™ is the only medical device for directly measuring the cardiac contractility at home.2

Non-invasive and more convenient than NT-proBNP test

Unlike the NT-proBNP test, Kino™ directly measures the strength of cardiac contractility to get a direct overview of the cardiac activity.

After a preliminary calibration performed by the cardiologist, patients are able to check the state of their cardiac constants with no assistance and in less than 45 seconds.

(1) Dobutamine vs placebo infusion (step increase: 0, 5, 10, 20 μg/kg.min) | Double-blind, randomized, placebo controlled study | 34 healthy volunteers.
(2) Cardiac deconditioning followed by measured with cardiac MRI and Kinocardiography | Microgravity simulation with 60 days head down tilt bedrest study | 24 healthy volunteers.

The heart as you had never measured it

Each cardiac contraction releases a specific amount of energy. A regular monitoring of this energy signature allows early detection of potential deterioration of the cardiac function. Kino™ is the only non-invasive medical device that allows the patients to accurately measure the latter energy signature.

1. Kino

Kino™ is a medical device that contains ultra-sensitive micro-accelerometers capable of measuring the linear and angular energy released by the heart during cardiac contraction and relaxation.

2. Artificial Intelligence

The data is sent to a network of artificial neurons capable of evaluating changes in the systolic ejection function thanks to this flow of parameters and then deducing a measure of the cardiac contractility.

3. User app

A web application dedicated to the patient stores all the measurements and issues an alert in case of significant deviation from reference measurements, so that the relevant data can be shared with the cardiologist.

4. Professional Interface

An interface dedicated to the cardiologist gives access to the complete history of the measurements performed by each patient, in order to give a better overview and allow for a personalized follow-up.

The heart as you had never measured it

Each cardiac contraction releases a specific amount of energy. A regular monitoring of this energy signature allows early detection of potential deterioration of the cardiac function. Kino™ is the only non-invasive medical device that allows the patients to accurately measure the latter energy signature.

1. Kino™

Kino™ is a medical device that contains ultra-sensitive micro-accelerometers capable of measuring the linear and angular energy released by the heart during cardiac contraction and relaxation.

2. Artificial Intelligence

The data is sent to a network of artificial neurons capable of evaluating changes in the systolic ejection function thanks to this flow of parameters and then deducing a measure of the cardiac contractility.

3. User app

A web application dedicated to the patient stores all the measurements and issues an alert in case of significant deviation from reference measurements, so that the relevant data can be shared with the cardiologist.

4. Professional Interface

An interface dedicated to the cardiologist gives access to the complete history of the measurements performed by each patient, in order to give a better overview and allow for a personalized follow-up.

When is it recommended to prescribe Kino™?

Kino™ offers peace of mind for people at risk or with heart failure.

Patients with heart failure

Constant and accurate evaluation of the evolution of heart failures.

Patients in Cardiac Rehab

Monitoring during the revalidation process after a cardiovascular event.

Population at risk

Prevention for people particularly exposed to risks of heart diseases.

Help them better deal with their heart failure

Kino™ is compliant with the 2016 guidelines of the European Society of Cardiology for the treatment of heart failure.

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Involvement of the patient

By entrusting them with the monitoring of their heart, you encourage your patients to remain pro-active in the management of their cardiac health.
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Adaptation of the treatment

A regular assessment of the cardiac function of your patients in their environment provides a better adjustment of treatments.
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Prevention of decompensation

Thanks to its precise measurements, the Kino™ can detect the warning signs of a decompensation episode even before the first symptoms appear.
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Regular follow-up

An early detection of any change in the condition of the patient can be made thanks to a regular monitoring, which allows an optimized responsiveness.
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Stress reduction

In case of any doubt, the patients have the opportunity to easily monitor their heart to ensure that everything is going well.
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Remote monitoring

Thanks to this remote monitoring system, the patients can regularly control their cardiac condition, with no pressure on their agenda.

HeartKinetics, an innovative technology for the benefit of patients

Micro-accelerometers

Kino™ measures the kinetic energy effectively released by the heart at each contraction with accuracy of measurements second to none.

12 degrees of freedom

Kino™ observes the heart from every angle for an inclusive vision of how the cardiac pump works.

Twist

Kino™ uses the only operator-free measurement technique capable of observing the consequences of the ventricular twist.

Tested even in space

 

HeartKinetics technology has been developed to meet the specific needs of astronauts onboard the ISS (International Space Station) to allow them to monitor their cardiac condition during long-term exposures to microgravity.

You are a cardiologist and follow patients with heart failure?

Find out how HeartKinetics could fit into your daily practice, and help your patients managing their heart failure.

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