iLidRx

Verify and Ensure Correct Dosing

iLidRx

iLidRx

Each iLidRx pod is filled with up to a 90-day supply of a single medication. The pod is programmed with dosing windows. The dosing window is the schedule of when and how much medication is to be taken at each dose. The medication can only be dispensed during a dosing window. In this way, you can only dispense the right amount and only at the right time.

Highlights

Confirm Dispensing

Confirm Dispensing

The iLidRx pod interoperates with the iRxCapture Pro smartphone app. When the participant dispenses the medication, the pod reports the event to app. If the window closes without taking the medication, then the miss is reported.
Ensure Valid Dosing Data

Ensure Valid Dosing Data

The participant cannot go back and change the event outcome, as a participant might by removing more pills from a bottle to “catch-up” or remove pills from a blister pack to appear more compliant with the protocol.
Gesture-based Dispensing

Gesture-based Dispensing

Simply use the Hold, Place, and Tiltâ„¢ procedure to dispense medication from the pod. Hold the top of the pod and touch the sensor on the front. Lift the pod from its charging stand and place it on your hand or flat surface. Tilt the pod slightly forward and left and the pills are dispensed.
Inductive Charging

Inductive Charging

The pod is charged inductively, meaning just placing it on its stand is all you need to do to keep it charged and ready to go. The pod can be carried with you during the day, or you can dispense an additional mid-day dosage early and take it with you.
Smart Alerts

Smart Alerts

The medication can be taken on-time, stopping the alert. Half-way plus 5-minutes and at the last 10-minutes an alert is sent if the medication is not taken. Alerts are only sent when medication is not taken.
Dosing Windows

Dosing Windows

The LED on the pod lights up green when a dosing window opens. The dosing window is the time frame in which the medication can be taken. The dosing window has an opening and closing time that surrounds the ideal taking time. The size of the dosing window depends on the medication and is set by the pharmacist.