WHO ARE WE?

We are a team of internationally located professionals with quality and innovation-driven approach.
Our team members have extensive knowledge and experience with the healthcare sector, quality of patient care and research. We are creative, proactive and enjoy working together, sharing our company's vision and approach to finding solutions to everyday challenges. Patronus Health GmbH was founded with a vision of using digital solutions for improving patient care and experience for both patients and their doctors.

A patient-oriented company

- Our culture and values are focused
on patient safety and quality of care.

- Our approach puts the patient in the centre.

Pioneering

- A revolutionary and visionary app solution that is made for all stakeholders in healthcare.

Medical excellence

- An evidence-based but creative and independant approch in collaboration with patients, doctors and hospitals.

Patronus Prehab App

The first individualized prehabilitation programe for patients before major surgery.

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What is the Patronus Prehab App?

The Patronus Prehab App is an individualized prehabilitation program designed for patients having a major surgical procedure in the near future. It pairs the patient with a three week risk-stratified exercising program that is done at home and supervised by the treating doctor. The aim of our program is for the patient to improve his or her aerobic fitness and prepare their bodies in the best possible way for the stress that is major surgery.

Surgery and prehabilitation facts

Class II Medical Product
A CE certified medical product based on years of research and evidence on surgery, prehabilitation and risk of complications.
The 1st prehabilitation program
It's the first individualized, risk-stratified prehabilitation program for patients to use at home but supervised by their doctor.
Improved outcomes and quality of life
Using the program before surgery leads to fewer complications, improved survival rates and overall quality of life after the procedure.
Patient Safety and Quality of Care
The program is set to improve medical providers' patient safety quality of care by improving outcomes after major surgery.
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PREHAB

A new, developing and exciting field of medicine focusing on improving patients' physical fitness.

There are more than 300 M major surgeries performed across the world each year Complications after surgical interventions affect 15-40 % of patients and have both short and long term impacts as they can be associated with increased morbidity, mortality, and longer hospital stays. Those adverse events affect patient satisfaction and experience.

The complication risk is determined by a broad range of factors, which include cancer diagnosis, age, frailty, and the presence of other comorbidities that may be modified and optimized before a surgical procedure. Almost 40% of the people in high-income countries (HICs) are older than 65 years. The risk of cancer and a need for major surgery gets bigger with age which means a lot of older people will need surgery in the next years.

Up to one in four patients undergoing major surgery will have complications.
Up to one in 12 patients dying in a hospital will be because of complications after major surgery.
Older people are at bigger risk because of age, scarce physical activity and other diseases.

PREHABILITATION

Makes the patient ready for surgery or other medical interventions.

Prehabilitation makes the patient ready for surgery or other medical interventions. The preoperative period is a window of opportunity in which patients can increase their overall physical state and significantly influence their outcomes. A person-centered prehabilitation program places the patient at the core of their perioperative journey. A structured program of exercises can significantly improve patients' physical fitness before surgery without increasing the risk of dying from the progress of the underlying disease.

Prehabilitation has been linked to a significant decrease in complication rates after surgery, shorter hospital stays, and most importantly mortality. Besides the obvious benefits for the patients it has also been shown to lead to lower costs of care for the healthcare providers.

A window of opportunity.
Patient at the core of the perioperative journey.
Fewer complications after surgery, shorter hospital stays and less chance of dying as a result of complications after surgery.
Lower costs for patient care for healthcare providers.

e-Health Award 2021

Winners of the category of most innovative start-up.

Who supports us

We are an international team with a dedicated and diverse network
that addresses a global health problem and uses digitalization as the key accelerator

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