Picterus

Picterus is an app under development designed to diagnose Jaundice in newborns.

Untreated jaundice in newborns is responsible for 114,000 deaths and 65,000 permanent brain damages each year. More than three quarters of these deaths occur in the poorest regions of the world, in sub-Saharan Africa and south Asia. Cheap treatment is available through e.g. sunlight, but the diagnostic devices in use today cost around 10,000 dollars, making them practically unavailable in low-resource settings.

"Hotswap's knowledge of the sophisticated regulatory procedures is putting us in a great position for getting our app medically certified." - Gunnar Vartdal, CEO and co-founder