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Blog - Sep 28, 2023 - 10 min. read
Blog
Flowing Forward: The Evolution of Remote Cardiac Monitoring in Belgium
In this final instalment of this series, we will look at the following: The growth of our cardiology Flows in Belgium, some early data on the potential clinical impact of long-term monitoring using cardiology Flows, the evolution of cardiology Flows towards newer use cases, and the growth of cardiology Flows in Belgium.
Vinoy Vijayan

Medical Stakeholder Ambassador

Blog - Sep 22, 2023 - 3 min. read
Blog
A new Byteflies emerges: A Tale of Insights, Impact and Integrated Flows
We are proud to unveil our refreshed brand identity – one that embodies our dedication to technological innovation and unwavering focus on the impact we bring to patients, healthcare professionals and society.‍ We no longer just enable wearable health.‍ We capture data. Enable insights. Impact lives.‍
Hans Danneels

Co-CEO, Co-Founder

Blog - Aug 05, 2023 - 6 min. read
Blog
Afib Flow: Addressing unmet needs in the post-stroke pathway
In this new blog post, we’ll have a closer look at our cardiology Flows (specifically AFib Flow), exploring its unique features and benefits for cardiologists, hospitals, and patients.
Vinoy Vijayan

Medical Stakeholder Ambassador

Blog - Jul 12, 2023 - min. read
Blog
Transforming Stroke Care: The Impact of Remote Patient Monitoring Tools
In this article, we explore the current post-cryptogenic stroke care landscape, highlighting opportunities for improvement through (the adoption of) remote patient monitoring solutions. With these new tools, we hope to enhance post-stroke care by empowering healthcare professionals and hospitals, alleviating their pain points, and facilitating timely and accurate patient care.
Vinoy Vijayan

Medical Stakeholder Ambassador

Blog - Jun 29, 2023 - 3 min. read
Blog
Testimonials
Byteflies Cardiology experiences: Jürgen’s story
One day, while at work, Jürgen began to feel uneasy. Jürgen decided to visit his doctor, but unfortunately, the initial examination yielded no clear diagnosis or explanation for his discomfort. A few weeks passed and one day, while driving in his car, he was overcome by a more severe episode, causing him to realize that his condition might be more serious than he had initially thought. Recognizing the need for further evaluation, Jürgen promptly returned to the doctor, who referred him to a cardiologist.
Vinoy Vijayan

Medical Stakeholder Ambassador

Blog - Mar 20, 2023 - 5 min. read
Blog
Cardiotoxicity in Cancer Treatment
Remarkable progress has been made in the diagnosis and management of many types of cancer. Nowadays, patients have access to advanced diagnostic tools and increasingly more targeted treatment options, resulting in improved disability-free life expectancy. Consequently, we are also starting to understand the importance of managing cardiovascular damage that can be caused by many established and novel cancer treatments. In fact, this has led to the new subspeciality of cardio-oncology.
Benjamin Vandendriessche

CMO at Byteflies & Adjunct prof at WRCU

Blog - Mar 16, 2023 - 16 min. read
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What has Byteflies Built for People with Epilepsy (so far)?
Back in 2021, we wrote a post with the subtitle “A personalizable seizure monitoring wearable for home use that extends the capabilities of specialized hospital equipment”. Since then, we have stayed passionately committed to the mission of tackling them on two fronts. This post will focus on what we have built since then, and how it is being used in practice to help people with epilepsy and their families right now.
Benjamin Vandendriessche

CMO at Byteflies & Adjunct prof at WRCU

Blog - Jan 13, 2021 - 13 min. read
Blog
Covid Flow – Telemedicine for COVID-19 Patients
Telehealth and telemedicine describe health care services rendered without face-to-face contact between a provider and patient, and the terms have been around for decades. However, the number of telehealth applications with demonstrable impact have been few and far between, despite the omnipresence of secure telecommunication technologies in most parts of the world.
Benjamin Vandendriessche

CMO at Byteflies & Adjunct prof at WRCU

Blog - Jan 06, 2021 - 16 min. read
Blog
What is Byteflies Building for People with Epilepsy and Why?
We built a personalizable seizure monitoring wearable for home use that extends the capabilities of specialized hospital equipment.
Benjamin Vandendriessche

CMO at Byteflies & Adjunct prof at WRCU