WARD 24/7

WARD 24/7 is an innovative AI-based clinical support system that interprets continuously measured vital sign patterns – to detect and enable prevention of critical complications. We completely transform the way patients are monitored in the hospital to improve patients safety and help nurses save time.

Current monitoring of vital signs (blood pressure, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation etc.) is insufficient. Major surgery and acute medical disease entail substantial risk of complications and death. Manual monitoring is too infrequent to detect clinical deterioration. Manual data interpretation cannot capture trends and combination of several physiological parameters.

An intelligent wireless monitoring system that detects deterioration early and only gives relevant alarms. WARD allows doctors and nursed to follow patients’ acute medical disease progression or postoperative course. The generation of real-time alarms will immediately alert relevant health care staff to allow initiation of treatment much earlier. Our well-designed, easy-to-use, and simple user interface offers health care professionals a valuable tool for overviewing current and historical vital signs. 


The current solution with manual monitoring is insufficient and ineffective.​ Data shows that 30% of patients experience severe adverse events after abdominal cancer surgery (incl. pneumonia, sepsis, myocardial infarction, and cardiac arrest). Postoperative complications are the 3rd leading cause of death. Only 5% of the serious cases of hypoxia, are detected by routine EWS measurements.

Business model:

Business Model: B2B, B2G​.

Therapeutic Area: Wireless Monitoring, early detection of deterioration.

Maturity Stage: Pre-seed​.

Meet the team
  • Betina Langemark
  • Co-founder and CEO
  • Jelle Reichert
  • Co-founder & CTO
  • Eske K. Aasvang
  • Founder and CRDO
  • Brian Hedegaard
  • Partner & SVPQA/RA
What our customers say:

'Observing and assessing patients is a core tasks of nurses​ ... it is downgraded when the nurses are busy ...​ we get some very unfortunate experiences.' - Katrine Viliem, nurse at Gentofte Hospital (TV2 News)

Let's work together
  • Betina Langemark
  • CEO
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