Case Studies / IBDoc

Successful Integration of IBDoc® Fecal Calprotectin Home Test into an HL7 Hospital Remote Monitoring System: Flarometer

An interview with Prof. Dr. Patrick van Rheenen University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands Can you introduce yourself and your organization? My name is Patrick van Rheenen and I work

Calprotectin Home Testing – What do the patients think?

Kezia Allen, Associate Practitioner – Clinical Trials, Basildon Hospital The demands on healthcare resources continue to escalate, with the COVID pandemic having exacerbated the existing pressures from an aging population

IBDoc® – Three easy steps for faecal sample collection at home

The IBDoc® test kit is outlined in this video. The kit allows for faecal calprotectin testing in the privacy of your own home, provides results in a timely fashion and

Understanding Calprotectin for IBDoc® Home Testing

IBDoc Calprotectin Home Test from BÜHLMANN – A guide on collecting samples using the CALEX device for patient self-testing.

Complementing Laboratory Calprotectin Monitoring with Patient Self-Testing

COVID has caused many changes in our day to day lives, with freedom and services intermittently restricted as the infection rates surge and abate. This pattern has also been evident

IBDoc® Home Calprotectin Test Correlation with Laboratory Results

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic means many patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are identified as high-risk and need to shield. Thus, any opportunities to prevent the need for them to

Delivering the Digital Future Today

Accelerating Remote Patient Monitoring During the COVID-19 Pandemic Demands on healthcare resources continue to escalate as our aging population is living longer, often with more long-term health conditions. Changes to

Things you only know if… Your partner has a chronic illness: Rose Stanley

In this humbling account, Rose Stanley, wife of long term Crohn’s sufferer Lee, shares her experiences of how, together, they tackle the daily challenges of living with the disease. It

Digital Health – How Technology Can Improve and Provide Personalised Patient Care

The recent merger of clinical services across Basildon, Southend and Broomfield, now forms the Mid and South Essex University Hospital Trust with a catchment population of 1.5 million. The Gastroenterology