Manage with efficiency

your intensive care unit.

DIANE ICU allows data to be shared by all the health care providers within the same intensive care unit through a collaborative space where everyone, depending on their level of accreditation, will identify or file useful information for the care of the patient.

Patients in intensive care, critical or continuous care units are generating a considerable amount of data due to the complexity of their treatment.

Several parameters influence the nature of these data, such as age, morphology, contracted diseases. For each patient, it is approximately 8000 data collected daily.

The implementation of a dedicated Clinical Information System (CIS) within a critical care structure is the appropriate response to ensure the collection of medical information, traceability of prescriptions, confidentiality duties, the security of the medical record and optimization of patient care.

More than 643 beds
already equipped
in intensive care.

Designed to replace 80%
of data entry with only
one simple process.

Pilot critical
care process.

Connected to
more than 410
medical devices.

Architecture around
a protocols’ library
and a rules’ engine.


prescription engine is
certified as medical device, manufactured in the sense of the Directive 93/42/EEC.

To facilitate the responsiveness of the health care providers.

DIANE ICU offers a comprehensive visualization of the intensive care unit. A simple click from the dashboard starts the patient’s medical record at any time and from all the access points of the intensive care unit. The data resumption is done without any copy and is particularly useful when generating reports.

Improve patient care.

DIANE ICU unloads the caregivers from time-consuming administrative tasks, helping them to focus on their care plan.

The software ensures the automatic management of the fluid balance, of the dilution, and helps the billing phase by identifying appropriate medical acts.

Towards a total dematerialization of the charting sheet.
Bow Medical has developed an extensive library of drivers to connect Medical Devices used in critical care units. All the Data coming from monitors, respirators, infusion pumps, blood gas analyzers, CEC, are collected in real-time, then structured and displayed in different forms. At that time, DIANE ICU supports more than Four hundred types of equipment.


DIANE software relies on a unique database, common for anesthesia and critical care. The continuity of the data is then ensured and charted up to the care plan file and vice versa.

To maximize security and to anticipate potential network disruption, DIANE ICU can operate in disconnected mode from its database, ensuring the reliability of the support. The continuity of care is ensured with Patient Records accessible from several workstations simultaneously until the local network is operational.

the patient monitoring efficiency.

All laboratory results are integrated automatically in DIANE

The overall results can be displayed graphically with curves and time scale modulation. Within the same sheet, the caregiver will analyze the data from different sources (laboratory, medical devices, drugs) to evaluate the overall patient health conditions.

A customizable
care plan.

Each specialty ward can model its workspace according to their specific needs allowing a quick start with the system.

To further secure the care plan, especially when the actual occurrence requires to be modified, a dedicated rule’s engine allows the caregiver to document caregiver. This documentation reflects the reality and offers reliable medical track record.

A complete
prescription tool.

DIANE ICU integrates a prescription engine that fits the caregiver’s need for reactivity and efficiency..

Based on the intensive care unit protocols, the electronic prescription reduces the risk of manual errors like (overdoses, contraindications, drug interactions, reading error).

On the other hand, the display on a single screen provides a global view regarding patient care and will improve the prescriber’s reactivity.

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