The Next Leap in Critical Care

Nutrition Management 2.0

We are on a mission to bring critical care into the 21st century and save lives by preventing ICU-acquired complications, such as aspiration pneumonia, ventilator-associated events, malnutrition and acute kidney injury (AKI).

smART+ Platform
Nutrition Management 2.0
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Introducing the smART+ Platform

Precise. Personalized. Safe.

An all-in-one solution designed to detect and prevent feeding-related complications while ensuring optimal patient nutrition in order to accelerate

patient recovery.


Saving Lives

A sensor-based feeding tube designed to detect and prevent reflux events.

An estimated one million US patients are affected by ventilator-associated events annually. Pneumonia is the most common infection in Intensive Care.


Faster Recovery

Through autonomous feeding and optimal nutrition.

Fifty percent of critically ill patients have malnutrition at presentation or develop it during hospitalization. This complication adversely affects outcomes including length of stay, morbidity, and mortality. In mechanically ventilated patients, both over- and underfeeding has been found to increase time on the ventilator.

Prevent hospital-acquired complications by implementing Nutrition Management 2.0

Some of the most common complications in critical care have been linked to feeding practices. These complications include aspiration pneumonia, ventilator-associated events, malnutrition, and acute kidney injury (AKI).