MIRI® Evidence is redefining the way traceability in laboratory procedures is managed and stored in fertility clinics, eliminating errors, preventing system mix-ups, saving time, and helping clinics to comply with regulations. This tool provides a single, secure platform that ensures all patients are scheduled on time and documented properly - saving time and improving outcomes across the board.
On the worklist
The scanners used with MIRI® Evidence are 2D imagers with no laser from a market-leading supplier and specially made for healthcare. The scanner can be used to scan wristbands, capture images, and photograph ID cards and passports.
The MIRI® Evidence workflow offers tools to enhance scheduling and documentation procedures, improving both clinical and administrative workflows in a fertility clinic. Once a patient's workflow has been started, the system automatically allocates the tasks. The combination of events determines the type of treatment.
MIRI® Evidence Tracking has been made to comply with the EDQM guidelines and EU regulations. The workflow and tracking system assists the fertility clinic in documenting all procedures in the laboratory and office, thus excluding double-witnessing and saving time.
Oocytes, embryos, and semen samples are tracked and validated in and out of the containers eliminating the need for human double-witnessing. The validation guarantees that the correct sample is being processed and prevents patient samples from being mixed up.
Chain of custody is an assimilated part of MIRI® Evidence. It can visualize a full-blown chain of custody for any gamete or embryo. The chain of custody covers the time from procurement to the current or final intention. The chain of custody includes all utensils and lot numbers that have been in contact with the gamete or embryo.
All procurements are automatically enumerated with a consecutive number and displayed in a table. You can easily view the chain of custody by expanding the line. Aside from information regarding time, the doctor-in-charge, and the location, one can also find information about the release of the gamete.
Under clinical application, one can get an easy overview of all embryo transfers (ETs) and intrauterine insemination (IUIs) performed within the clinic. The view shows the chain of custody, catheter lot, actors, and clinical outcome. A special analysis feature allows the user to make fast and simple analyses and comparisons for groups of procedures. The data can be opened directly in Microsoft Excel.
Once you have planned the Ovum Pickup, MIRI® Evidence generates preparation tasks for dishes, tubes, and straws. The timing of the preparation takes medium equilibration time into account. During the preparation, you will print labels, registered lots, aliquots, and prepared formulations. You only have to click once to see which utensil lot was in contact with the embryo.
MIRI® Evidence works on both desktop PCs and tablets. The tablet allows you to capture data in real-time independent of whether you perform vitrification, embryo scoring, or assign a location in the cryobank. The dedicated workspaces will guide you safely through timed processes. Once you scan the tube or dish, MIRI® Evidence will present the relevant options, based on the previously performed steps. The scanners work independently of the workstations and tablets allow you to bring the wireless scanner between the workstations. MIRI® Evidence is designed as a native touch application.
On the worklist
On the worklist, you see all procedures and tasks divided by day. Each task contains detailed information, incubator location, and the number of oocytes to be injected. MIRI® Evidence will automatically highlight delayed and postponed tasks.
In the vitrification workspace you can securely label your straws. The label contains the barcode, a human-readable clinic code, name, date, and content description. You can easily scan the straws inside the fog of the cryotank.
The release module ensures that all gametes have been formally released before use. At procurement, MIRI® Evidence assigns all gametes with the status "quarantine". You can always see if a gamete/embryo has been released, and by whom. This functionality is an essential part of the donation module.
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