Are you interested in preventing falls? QTUG™ provides Falls risk score (a statistical estimate of a patients' risk of having a fall). It also provides a statistical estimate of Frailty. The Falls risk score and Frailty scores have been extensively validated by eight years of research.
Does your patient have a gait and mobility impairment? QTUG™ can identify specific gait and mobility problems by automatic, colour-coded comparison of patient's mobility (e.g. standing, walking turning) against average values for age and gender. The results are colour coded to highlight potential mobility issues.
QTUG™ can be used to determine how a patient responds to intervention, therapy or medication by analyzing statistical falls risk and frailty scores as well as gait and mobility data across multiple assessments. Trend Falls risk, Frailty and TUG test time data over time as well as view all historical tests.
Based on the American Geriatric Society/British Geriatric Society (AGS/BGS) guidelines for falls prevention. Record and store patients clinical falls risk factors and falls history for future reference and to inform intervention.
Quantitative assessment of each phase of the TUG (Timed Up and Go) test including, standing, sitting, walking and turning. Customise results by pinning most relevant data to the summary results screen. Data are colour-coded to highlight any statistical deviations in mobility from reference values.
Intuitive display of results, ability to track use of mobility aids, turn off timing limits or turn off falls-risk specific functionality.
Add notes on patient assessments. Export all patient results in Excel format. Create both patient-facing and clinician facing reports on each test, in PDF format. Securely and automatically back-up results to the cloud.
Sit with the patient to setup the their profile and record their falls history in less than two minutes.
To get accurate test data, attach the left and right sensors to the legs. The data are transmitted wirelessly via Bluetooth and stored on the tablet.
Once you and the patient are ready, time the TUG test, then hit accept to process the data in real-time.
Discuss the results a tailored treatment plans with your client.
QTUG™ is a registered Class I medical device in the EU, under the Medical Device Directive and carries the CE mark. QTUG™ is registered with the FDA as a Class I (exempt) medical device in the USA, is registered as a Class I medical device with Health Canada, and is registered with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in Australia. QTUG™ has been certified for electrical safety to medical device safety standard EN 60601-1.
QTUG™ is very simple to use and uses sophisticated evidence-based analytics. The patented wearable sensor algorithm behind the QTUG™ technology provides immediate results, based on eight years of peer reviewed research. The technology has been extensively clinically validated through publication in top-tier international scientific journals.
QTUG™ provides an assessment of falls risk and frailty, no more doubts about your mobility. QTUG™ is packed in a sturdy casing with a smooth handle to allow you to carry around easily. The equipments inside are protected by a special foam to absorb any shocks from outside. QTUG™ comes with a brand new tablet, two amazing sensors, additional tools and documentations to get you started.
"The QTUG tool is the future in assessing frailty and falls risk. The tool is an invaluable part of our falls prevention service allowing us to quickly and independently assess individuals in virtually any location after minimal training."
"Kinesis QTUG is objective and evidence-based. It allows us to provide best in class mobility and falls risk assessment by accurately and reliably identifying patients at risk of falls."
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CEO Seamus Small
CTO Barry Greene
QTUG™ is a product by Kinesis Health Technologies Ltd., an award-winning health technology company based in Dublin, Ireland. We have extensive business, marketing, and technical expertise to provide you the best tools to assess gait, falls and frailty in older adults.