BOW Medical is a clinical software company. We develop a software solution called DIANE that enables Anaesthetists and Nurses to efficiently manage patient data. Initially dedicated to the management of the anaesthesia data only, the DIANE software suite is now also available for the management of the ICU – Intensive Care Units and CCU – Critical Care Units. DIANE can also be used by Doctors to manage their consultations, and can be easily customized to any medical or surgical specialty. With DIANE, the Anaesthetists are able to manage everything related to their patients before, during, and after the anaesthesia. Our product, always remains innovative, combines efficiency, simplicity of use and ability to interface with other applications and with biomedical devices. Despite its “Best of Breed” quality, the DIANE software suite pricing remains extremely competitive. DIANE is not simply a tool to print anaesthesia reports, it is a real workstation for the Anaesthetists, fully and easily configurable to any Doctor’s specific needs. A Web Interface allows users to view and modify the patient data from any computer within the center of care’s network.
Management of patient appointments and doctor schedules; data-entry, modification and printing of the medical information during the preanaesthetic consultation and the preoperative visit to the patient (including automatic management of the ICD-10 codes); notification of the preoperative instructions and drug-relays; automatic publishing and printing of all the prescriptions.
DIANE offers comprehensive monitoring of the surgery or procedure. First, through the automatic recording of the trend data from all the medical equipment surrounding the patient (ventilator, monitor, syringe-pumps, TCI systems, etc.), whatever their brand and type (DIANE is able to connect to 450 types of medical equipment), but also through the assisted manual-entry of all events related to the anaesthesia, surgery, and broader patient environment (including the postoperative prescriptions and the liquid balances). Additionally, a cross-station messaging system and a cross-station display tool are available.
Printing of the anaesthesia report; follow-up of the patient in the recovery room (or ICU) with the same data-gathering possibilities as in the operating room; edition and publishing of documents to be sent to any third-party medical or ancillary staff.