Critical life situations

Life has no shortage of high-risk health crisis requiring isolation. Procedures like childbirth by c-section can put both mother and child at risk for infection. NICU stays necessitate strict visitor allotments, resulting in painful family separation for everyone. Similarly, end of life is often made more painful by isolation required in the ICU.  

Consider the preponderance of bone marrow and other transplants, cancer treatment, burns, highly contagious and dangerous pathogens, and any number of conditions requiring immunosuppressive therapy.

MOBY can help improve outcomes in critical situations by making emotional support and participation in life safe and possible.

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Ongoing treatment

Common health conditions also require careful prevention of pathogen transmission. Kidney dialysis is a space of vulnerability for all patients. Immunodeficient patients accessing outpatient treatment are also at high risk for contagion.

For many people, disease-related home isolation is not a new concept. MOBY allows the thousands of people undergoing treatment for chronic conditions to participate in regular, important activities such as school and work, even during non-pandemic times.

Improved efficiency and protection in medical facilities

The general functionality of hospitals benefits tremendously with MOBY. Flash isolation of potentially infectious patients in the emergency department to more efficient use of space, cross-contamination between patients and staff is avoided.

MOBY allows at-risk patients to move throughout the hospital for all their treatment needs. When in-hospital transmission is reduced, visitation from friends and family also become possible. This is of course also true for nursing homes, rehabilitation clinics, palliative care facilities.

Overview of use cases

The following is a non-exhaustive overview of use cases where MOBY can help

Critical life situations

Cesarian-section birth

Neonatal intensive care unit stays

End of life care

Intensive care stays

Bone marrow transplants

All organ transplantations

Cancer treatment

Burn unit

Contagion outbreaks

Immunosupressive therapy patients


Immunodeficient patients in outpatient clinics

Immunosuppressed patients in public spaces

Post-operative delirium

Kidney dialysis

Improved efficiency and protection

Flash isolation of infectious patients

ER isolation

Efficient use of hospital rooms

Reduction in patient-staff pathogen transmission

Less postponement of exams and treatment

Visitation from friends and family become possible

Klinik für Pädiatrie m.S. Onkologie
und Hämatologie

"I hope that the use of MOBY for immunocompromised children with cancer will be an important step towards breaking the burdening isolation of our patients."

Prof. Dr. med. Angelika Eggert
Director Department of Pedriatrics, Department of Oncology and Hematology Charité University Hospital Berlin

“As Sphaira Medical’s clinical partner we are excited to take part in the development of MOBY. With its help, visits at our hospitals become possible independently of infection events. At the same time, we expect MOBY to fundamentally improve the lives of patients in protective isolation. I assume that human interaction between patients and their relatives leads to better patient outcomes. That’s what we hope to achieve with MOBY as well.”

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. Phil. Martin Ebinger
Medical Director, Chief Physician Neurology Medical Park Berlin Humboldtmühle

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