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A Digimed Oncology PharmacoTherapy Registry

2019-09-19 03:56:46 | BioPortfolio

Summary

DigiMeds™ are medications with FDA-approved ingestible sensors (IS), a wearable sensor patch (patch), and a mobile app, which records time-stamped medication type and dose alongside biometric activity.

The aim of this registry is to collect and analyze data on the use of DigiMeds™ and a digital feedback system on medication adherence, patient-provider communication, and data-driven optimization of therapy for cancer patients.

Description

Patients will be prescribed the DMP and DigiMeds™ (capecitabine or supportive medications) by their healthcare provider. The pharmacy will co-encapsulate the prescribed medication with a sensor.

The actual doses of DigiMeds™ will be based on standard of care as prescribed by treating physician. Patients will be instructed in the use of the DigiMeds™ and the DMP based on standard of care plus use of the DMP system.

Every effort should be made to take the DigiMeds™ as prescribed.

Patients in this study will be given the option to use their personal smartphone or will be provided a provisioned iPad to use for the duration of the study. Each patient will receive a Starter Kit comprised of two wearable sensor pods, adhesive strips, and instructions. Additionally, some kits may contain the provisional iPad Mini and charger for those without an approved smart device. Should a device malfunction occur, such as a broken pod, the patient can replace it with their spare pod. Broken pods should be returned to Proteus as soon as possible and all pods must be returned to the clinic upon completion of the study.

Study Design

Conditions

Colon Cancer

Intervention

DigiMeds

Location

Carolina Blood and Cancer Care
Rock Hill
South Carolina
United States
29732

Status

Recruiting

Source

Proteus Digital Health, Inc.

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-09-19T03:56:46-0400

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