May 5, 2015


A Digital Human Organism

With all normal physiological, biophysical and biochemical processes.

It generates all required indices and signals in the real time mode!

Other makers of medical simulation systems resort to signals drawn with a help of graphics processing programs, or artificially inserted and conditionally altered.

Our simulator’s signals are generated by corresponding modules of the system in strict conformity with actual processes in a human organism.

They are based on laws and regularities described in scientific or teaching literature.

No one could have modeled biochemical transformations in an organism before and we have placed the module of biochemical transformations in the core of our system.


PharmaKin application serves to calculate administration, distribution, and excretion properties of drugs in various organs and tissues of the human organism.

One of the important tasks of medical simulation is modeling of pharmacokinetic processes, which helps to dose drugs more efficiently. The main task of such modeling is to calculate precise concentration of a drug in various organs and tissues of the human body to implement individual pharmacological therapy with minimal risks of overdosing and side effects, but with maximum efficiency.

With the PurePharmaKin system we can calculate administration, distribution, and excretion properties of a drug in various organs and tissues of the human body on the basis of pharmacological properties, identified during clinical tests and recorded in the system’s database.

Diabetes App

Even with the best drug supplies, possibility of a normal diet and availability of analyses and self-control, diabetes compensation continues to be a disturbing problem for both patients and physicists.

There is a wide range of insulin with different properties, such as duration of action, suction kinetics and dose maintenance period for various patients. Moreover, different methods of drug selection and doses are worked out in compliance with dietary and behavioral habits, as well as taking into account other diseases. Nevertheless, the problem of diabetes compensation is still inadequately addressed today.

Therefore, creation of effective automated systems of diabetes compensation is a very pressing and perspective task, successful solution of which can result in serious changes in the organization of all diabetes services altogether.

Using our products

In education:
Our technology is able to cover virtually all fields of medicine. Unlike all other medical simulation systems, it provides an opportunity to study normal physiological processes and pathogenesis mechanisms of diseases on any representation level: an organism as a whole, a separate organ, a cell. Such technologies are of good use for students studying theoretical and clinical disciplines, like biophysics, normal physiology, biochemistry, cardiology, nephrology, endocrinology etc. Physicians of any qualification level can significantly improve their knowledge and practical skills working on various technological levels of a virtual organism representation. In principle, medical simulators developed on such technologies’ basis, may change in future the medical education system at large. From the development perspective, it will be achieved by adding any number of scenarios of various pathological conditions and corresponding treatment options. The kernel of the system will remain unchanged. In perspective, this approach could totally change the entire system of medical education.

In research:
Modern simulators are not currently in use in this area. Our approach opens up some interesting prospects. For example, you can change any parameter you want to research (enzyme, vascular permeability, etc.) and explore the changes, including long term, taking place in the organism as a whole or in any of its organs. The data obtained as a result of the simulation can be compared with real practical data. This approach may significantly increase the efficiency of biomedical research.

In clinical practice:
This is the most promising future direction for the use of medical simulators. Existing systems won’t do here in principle. Systems, developed on the basis of our technology, will allow one to simulate the tactics and predict the results of any treatment, which undoubtedly will increase the effectiveness of diagnostic and treatment process.