What we do


Tool time – with data!

Clinical registries are invaluable for research of real-world data and thesis formulation for investigational trials. For investigators and customers, we have been preparing observational data up to publication level by continuous supervising, reporting and cleaning.

However, why stop there? We are enhancing our data scripts to develop a practical real-time data analysis tool for our customer. This tool will allow them to inspect data sets from registries effortlessly with a few clicks – from overview statistics and boxplots to heatmaps and violin plots. This facilitates monitoring and inspection of complex data and sharing of hypotheses for worthwhile analyses. With this tool, our customer can always have a nice walk in the garden of results to find some of the most beautiful flowers.

They have it, but they don’t know it

Plasmapheresis allows the extraction of immunoglobulins from blood plasma in patients with severe autoimmune diseases. Our customer offers a plasmapheresis kit for their dialysis machines and wanted to inform users unaware about this option. However, because severe autoimmune disorders are rare and several competitors share the market, data to promote specifically the customer’s system are scarce. Together with the customer, we decided to present an overview of state of the art evidence on the use of plasmapheresis in different indications. This was possible because experts and guidelines consider the devices used for plasma apheresis basically all effective in most indications.

We scanned the current guidelines on apheresis and recommendations of specialist societies on specific indications to compile a comprehensive and current overview of indications for the busy intensivist.

Quick – what is my competition up to?

Selling generics to hospitals is tough business – buying drugs is one of the areas where hospitals can quench out the last drop from their suppliers without having to fear a serious public pushback. So if it is all about money, is there any other relevant way to promote generics for inpatient use? When discussing this with our customer, we decided as a courtesy to check what their competitors were doing. The quickest and most efficient way to do this was to scrutinize their webpages. A systematic and effective approach with a tabulated matrix of questions generated some interesting answers to their pressing questions. Within a few hours we had an idea what the competitors focused on and could plan what we could change for our customer.

The mysterious case of …

Solving a case is one of the most-used plots in literature and films. It drags in readers and beholders and captures their attention. We do the same with a device for extracorporal lung support: Our client has asked their sales people to listen closely to their customers when they tell them about interesting cases. Would a case study help other users of the device to understand its potential? The case series focus on the educational messages, the medical device is embedded into the wider story of a pressing, often life-or-death, therapeutic challenge. This is a rewarding project for everyone – the experts providing us with their experiences, our work to form a story out of it and the readers who may read it by the fireside.

What's going on right now?

In the good old days, getting feedback from doctors about new marketing materials meant a full-day advisory board meeting with an elaborate program and half a year of planning ahead. Now, we have a casual video conference of one or two hours and rush through a tight agenda, often having to cut answers short to push through with all queries. But miraculously, we still get what we need, e.g. knowledge about expected market acceptance of a product and tips how to optimize market access. The reason for that: We transfer discussions on details to a quasi-Delphi method comparable to those used for development of medical guidelines. After the initial online discussion, experts receive new versions of the materials for review at their convenience (okay, a timeline is given, but they can at least choose day and time when it fits into their tight schedule). The collected feedback is aggregated, open questions are addressed to the whole group and a final version developed. It is a common saying that this pandemic will mother profound changes. If this structured feedback is one of them, I’m fine with it.

Analyse and generate scientific data

Analyse and generate scientific data

“Mining” of data for publishable content

Design, realisation and analysis of clinical registries

Retrieval of expert expertise (online and face to face)

Communicate scientific data

Communicate scientific data

Medical writing and editing for physicians, medical professionals and industry employees

Data reviews and scientific dossiers

Meta-analyses, systematic and narrative reviews

Registries and observational studies

Registries and observational studies

Protocol design and development

Technical setup and maintenance

Support and motivation of participating centres

Quality check and queries for missing data

Data analysis and publication support

Expert surveys

Expert surveys

Key opinion leader contact and liaison

Concept to maximise information gain

Event/project realisation on site or online

Analysis and reporting of results

Scientific writing + publication support

Scientific writing + publication support


Educational materials (print and digital) for medical professionals and sales teams

Presentation slides

Films and animations

Study protocols and reports

Patient information


Our current fields of expertise

Anaesthesiology and intensive care

  • Intravenous anaesthesia
  • Intravenous sedation
  • Fluid and volume therapy
  • Clinical nutrition


  • Acute coronary syndrome
  • Sudden cardiac death

Internal medicine

  • Hypertension
  • Pancreatic insufficiency


  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Acidosis
  • Mineral metabolism
  • Nutrition / nutritional supplementation


  • Stroke


  • Intravenous generics

Medical devices

  • Infusion pumps
  • Endoscopes