About diarobo

Mission

Diastolic Robotics' mission is to improve patient care.

  • We want to make tough procedures and cases easier.
  • We want to eliminate unnecessary delay and injury.
  • We want to save money and resources, and we want to save lives.

To these ends Diastolic Robotics Incorporated (DRI) works in medicine and engineering, developing drug and device solutions.

History

Diastolic Robotics™ — also known as diarobo™ — was started to commercialize products in the surgical robotics space, specifically surgical tools for heart stabilization during coronary artery bypass procedures. One such device was THASA, the Tissue and Heart Stabilization Tool, which is described in United States patent:
6,210,323 Surgical arm and tissue stabilizer
. THASA held sections of the heart still for coronary artery bypass grafting procedures, allowing work to progress off-pump.

Following that, DRI expanded into medical device consulting and software development. Some of the software projects include simulation and modelling programs:

  • Drugflow Simulation: Software for the simulation of drug flow in a theoretical patient.
  • Pharmacokinetic modelling: Modelling of concentration-time data.

Currently DRI's software projects include apps and other software for medical professionals. These projects include:

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea Screener (OSAS):   a tool to assist anesthesiologists and other healthcare staff to determine the likelihood of a patient suffering from sleep apnea. This tool amalgamates several sleep apnea screening checklists and makes them available to the health professional in a mobile format.

More recently, DRI is commercializing products for individualizing drug therapies, specifically neuromuscular blockers (NMB), but with many other indications in mind. NMB drugs are safe, but subject to frequent incidences of under- and overdosing due to dose by weight regimens. We have a solution that reduces (as shown in 60 patient clinical trial, please follow the following link to see the references) these incidences. Please view the NMB Projects page for more details.

Great news to come.