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MedStar for preoperative rehabilitation

Research shows that the most common cause of ineffective rehabilitation is the lack of motivation (patients don’t follow the exercise plans regularly) or incorrect exercising altogether (Patients exercise independently. Therefore, mistakes that they make while excercising are not corrected ).

MedStar offer

Treatment plan
An individual preoperative treatment plan which will remind patient about the workout.
Video rehabilitation
A video rehabilitation supervised by a physiotherapist who can correct the workout and control the breathing.
Respiratory monitor
A respiratory monitor which allows a physiotherapist remotely control and rate if patient is breathing correctly.
An access to eGuide where patient can find video instructions with correct exercise practices.


For Patients

  • easier contact with a doctor thanks to „ask for additional consultation” option
  • better access to a doctor in medical emergencies thanks to better time management of medical staff
  • fewer visits to medical facilities
  • greater satisfaction with the quality of medical staff services
  • possibility to remotely take care of elderly parents
  • easier access to medical specialists

For Medical Personnel

  • the opportunity to provide more paid consultations in shorter time
  • the ability to work remotely
  • lower rates of “no-shows”
  • reduced number of home visits
  • a new source of income
  • improved access to patients who live in distant areas
  • certain responsibilities can be assigned to the nursing staff
  • more flexible working hours

For Medical Facility

  • fewer hospitalizations
  • fewer home visits
  • fewer emergency admissions
  • reduced mortality rate
  • reduced on-call time
  • minimized necessity of medical transport
  • better choice of adequate medical facility
  • tele-education of doctors

Patient Story

A 46-year-old Fillip’s condition is not good enough for a surgical intervention (Fillip was diagnosed with lung cancer). Therefore, Fillip is advised how to take care of his body and receives a set for breathing exercises. At the hospital, he is also instructed how to exercise properly and informed that he should workout 2-3 times a day to improve his condition. In two or three weeks time, Fillip has to come back to the hospital where his condition will be evaluated once again. Based on the results of the examination, Fillip will either be qualified for or excluded from the surgical intervention. Unfortunately, after a few weeks of exercising incorrectly Fillip’s condition doesn’t improve. As a result, he is not qualified for the surgery.

Problems we solve

For Patients

  • have to wait for the surgery and their health may deteriorate

For Medical Personnel

  • has lower efficiency of surgical interventions
  • has lower number of very difficult cases that can be treated

For Medical Facility

  • has lower efficiency of surgical interventions performed in the facility
  • medical staff potential is not fully exploited
  • overall medical costs are growing
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