Facilitate access to care for rural populations
80% of deaths from chronic diseases (heart disease, stroke, cancers, chronic respiratory diseases, diabetes, decreased visual acuity and blindness, decreased hearing and deafness, oral and genetic conditions, obesity ) occur in low-income countries and mainly in rural areas. The number of people affected is increasing over the years, delaying economic development and resulting in increased poverty.
The problem of chronic diseases can be tackled by using digital health technologies in terms of prevention, screening and treatment. These solutions are effective and cost-effective.
The objective of KIOS is to contribute to the reduction of chronic disease mortality rate through prevention, experimentation, and sensitization of public authorities and populations.
Health Check (Checkup)
Allow everyone to make regular checkups near their residence
Allow everyone to have a perpetual and up-to-date vaccination booklet
Allow everyone to benefit from the services of a doctor (teleconsultation)
Allow everyone to order pharmacy medications without moving
Checkout measures proposed by KIOS:
Helps to identify hypertension, to control it and to propose a suitable treatment
Heart rate measurement to prevent a cardiovascular event
Weight, height, BMI
BMI is the Body Mass Index for Assessing the Risks of Being Overweight
Blood oxygen saturation level (SpO2)
To quickly assess and control the patient's breathing. Also used to detect hypoxia
To effectively detect, control and treat diabetes
Monitoring its temperature helps detect fever or persistence
To detect the sight disorders.
To detect hearing disorders.
To detect pregnancy