UNIS is a complex of programs designed to solve computer management of healthcare facilities. It is suitable for hospital and outpatient medical facilities. It is designed for continuous operation. The system is made up of separate modules that can be put into operation according to the needs and possibilities of the medical facility.
Orpheus is a modern laboratory information system, which offers a complex solution for laboratories: biochemistry, hematology, microbiology, immunology, RIA laboratories, serology, virology, cytology, genetics, allergy, nuclear medicine, pathology, and transfusion medicine. This system is mainly used in large laboratories of faculty hospitals but also in smaller private laboratories.
Amadeus is a system for managing the operation of the transfusion department, solves: donor's records, their donations, inviting the donors, laboratories, production and storage of blood and blood derivatives, blood crossing, an output for ZP, billing. It is built up from individual modules, so it can be used from large TO through Collection points to Blood banks.
On May 17-20, we participated in the EFI 2022 conference in Amsterdam, where we presented the TRIMMUS project to the professional public.
More information about the project can be found here: http://www.steiner.cz/produkt-system-pro-podporu-rozhodovani-v-transplantacni-imunologii-trimmus
After ten months of intensive work since the start of the project, the implementation phase of the first tasks of the new TRIMMUS product (Transplant Immunology Decision Support System) was completed. In the field of bioinformatics research and development, an algorithm for searching for platelet donors and algorithms for determining PRA, CRF and EPF were completed. In the field of software research and development, several hundred changes to the user interface have been made, and more than 2,000 automated tests have been created to verify the correct functionality of the entire application.
The Transplant Immunology Decision Support System (TRIMMUS) project benefits from a € 1.2 Mil. grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants and the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic within the KAPPA Programme.