Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Paris, volunts is a medical software development company. The company is committed to developing digital medical technology to improve the quality of medical services and reduce medical costs. Volunts was listed on the pan European stock exchange in May 2018 with the stock code vtx.
Recently, volunts announced that its digital medical software oleena has been approved by FDA. The digital tool can help cancer patients achieve self-management.
Voluntis has developed oleena based on its proprietary digital tumor treatment platform teraxiom oncology, aiming to provide services for cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy and chemotherapy, tumor immunotherapy and tumor targeted therapy by combining patient self-management and telemedicine monitoring.
Oleena is the first FDA approved class II software-as-a-medical device, which can be used for a variety of cancer indications. The software can record the clinical symptoms and progress of patients in real time, and provide self-management suggestions for patients with diarrhea, pain, nausea and vomiting and other side effects of cancer treatment. At the same time, oleena also feeds back the recorded data to medical institutions, so that doctors can carry out remote monitoring and disease analysis. The software can provide patients with timely and efficient medical information to help them adjust the treatment plan.
Voluntis leadership believes that helping patients achieve self-management can reduce the occurrence of unexpected situations such as treatment interruption and help improve the overall treatment effect of patients. Oleena, a treatment tool based on communication technology, enables patients to control the complicated symptoms during treatment, so as to play an active role in self-management. At the same time, the remote monitoring technology of digital medical tools will also help clinicians reduce the burden.
In addition, volunts has developed other digital medical tools that can be used for remote monitoring of diabetes, such as insulia and diabeo, to help patients better control their symptoms and provide users with insulin dosage recommendations.
"In addition to monitoring patients' symptoms, we believe that digital and personalized treatment can also help patients improve their condition in a timely manner and save costs for clinical medical services," said Pierre leurent, chief executive of voluntis. We are very happy to introduce oleena to cancer patients. This innovative oncology digital medical software will completely change the traditional cancer treatment methods. "
Dr. Arvind dasari, an oncologist at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center of the University of Texas, said: "voluntis digital therapy based on oleena software can help patients realize self-management and actively intervene in patients' condition through simple language and system. This is undoubtedly an important milestone in the field of cancer treatment. "