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For her.

Clinicards is the digital healthcare platform to help patients
monitor, inform and coach.

Monitoring after pulmonary embolism

Erasmus MC plans to continue observing patients treated pharmacotherapeutically for pulmonary embolism for 90 days at home. During the first 17 days, measurements are taken daily at a set time. Patients use a sensor (CheckmePro) that measures saturation and heart rate for this purpose. The sensor is directly linked to the relevant Clinicards. It also measures activity (steps) and allows patients to record the degree of dyspnea (shortness of breath) and chest pain.

After the 17 days, once a week measurement is sufficient. In addition, the patient has the ability to record the degree and timing of shortness of breath and pain.
Throughout the observation period, the patient is naturally provided with relevant information at the appropriate time.



Dyspnea (shortness of breath)



Chest pain


Lifestyle program for the elderly

As you get older, muscle strength decreases significantly. Wageningen University has therefore launched ProMuscle. The goal of the lifestyle program is to improve the self-reliance of frail seniors, potentially allowing them to live at home longer.

The program combines progressive strength training with protein-rich nutrition. Clinicards are used by the elderly (between 65-93 years of age) to record protein consumption at different meal times, the amount of exercise and its progress.

The lifestyle program has been successful, and participating seniors report feeling stronger as their physical functioning has improved.


Protein intake during meal time


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