An excellent day of LOMIS project meeting at the University of Southampton, joint by LOMIS clinical study team members from Salford and Keele Universities. The LOMIS team also provided latest project update to members from Diabetes UK Southampton and District Group. Thanks for all the discussion and valuable feedback.
24th Apr 2023
The Southampton LOMIS team visited Bournemouth Diabetes and Endocrine Centre at Royal Bournemouth Hospital; part of University Hospitals Dorset Foundation Trust. Debbie Sharman, Consultant Podiatrist for Diabetes, (Dorset HealthCare University Foundation Trust), also part of LOMIS Clinical Advisory Group, offered her expert views on how the LOMIS insole can help in a clinical setting for decision making as well as self-monitoring for patient in daily activities to reduce the risk of diabetic foot ulceration.
14th Apr 2022
Hosted by Prof Liudi Jiang, we were excited to share our project progress with members from Diabetes UK Southampton and District Group. LOMIS researcher, Dr Jinghua Tang, introduced our latest prototype and on-going clinical studies. A user-centred approach is an essential part of LOMIS technical development. We are grateful of all the feedback we received during event.
Special thanks to Angie Whitmarsh (Chair of Diabetes UK Southampton and District Group) for helping to organise this event.
12th Apr 2022
Prof Liudi Jiang, Dr Jinghua Tang and Ms Yudan Zhang from the University of Southampton visited Dr Rod Lane (Design Director, ZelemiQ Ltd) at the beautiful West Dean Park near Salisbury. ZelemiQ Ltd provides medical device regulatory consultancy to LOMIS.
2nd Mar 2022
LOMIS clinical investigation and testing involving people with diabetes are currently underway which is led by our Salford team and within the North Manchester Diabetes Centre (part of Manchester University Foundation NHS Trust).
Special thanks to Dr Rod Lane (Design Director, ZelemiQ Ltd) for providing advice on medical device regulatory. (Read more…)
10th Jan 2022
Dr Dan Parker delivered a presentation entitles ‘Challenges for measurement and monitoring of risk in the diabetic foot – The development of a novel in-shoe system’ at ISPO UK & Norway Member Societies Joint ASM 2021, held on 14th – 15th October online.
15th Oct 2021
Innovative in-sole sensors will alert diabetic patients during excessive or extended activities that could trigger foot ulcers in a new system being developed at the University of Southampton. (Read more…)
27th May 2021