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Compose System

Compose System

Our Antimicrobial- and Diagnostic stewardship modules and services can be configured and combined in the way that fits your requests.


The full array of TREAT modules can be combined in a number of ways, resulting in different key functionalities to support a range of clinical values. Treat Systems currently offers five standard configurations: three TREAT Steward™ packages (advanced, plus and lite) and two TREAT Lab™ packages (lab and service).

The highly configurable modules can be combined in numerous ways, making it possible to compose an antimicrobial stewardship program to meet the exact preferences in your clinical setting. The different modules require different degrees of integration to existing hospital systems. Module combinations for the five standard configurations are shown below.

Overview of all avilable antimicrobial- diagnostic stewardship modules

– Keeping the A-team up-to date with a quality and review tool

The Worklist module can be configured in numerous ways. In a clinical setting, it provides an overview of the status of all patients that are- or maybe should be receiving antimicrobial treatment. This supplies an invaluable quality assurance tool for the infectious diseases specialists and gives them the opportunity to review and control guideline compliance, educate clinicians, and distribute the most recent knowledge. The Worklist is a multidisciplinary portal where policies for restricted antimicrobial usage fit perfectly – it provides the hospital A-team with full control of the usage of e.g. carbapenems, quinolones and cephalosporins.

In the laboratory setting, the Worklist provides an overview of all active microbiology samples: their location, their status, how long they have been incubating etc. If integrated with the clinic, the Worklist can also provide information on treatments and send notifications when microbe identification and/or AST results are ready.

Read more about the Worklist in a clinical setting or in a laboratory setting.

Antimicrobial Stewardship Worklist is part of the available modules

– Help modifying dose in relation to weight, kidney and liver function

The dosing system will translate the generic antimicrobial(s) selected for treatment into preferred trade names and doses. Doses will be modified according to weight, kidney- and liver function, and to the type of infection. The final prescription is communicated to the hospital’s medicine module for confirmation.

Read more about TREAT’s dosing and prescription assistant here.

Dosing Assistant is part of the available modules

– Get measurement of the clinical performance at your hospital

The outcome of the complete antimicrobial stewardship program is monitored by the two statistics modules: My Patients for use by individual clinicians, and Management Report for hospital or departmental management use. Outcomes can be configured to meet your needs, including coverage, hospital bed-days, consumption of antimicrobials in general and broad-spectrum antimicrobials in particular, mortality, and many others.

Read more about TREAT's statistical modules in a clinical setting (My Patients, Reporting Tool) or in a laboratory setting (Reporting Tool).

Statistics is part of the available modules

– Introducing intelligent antimicrobial guideline at point-of-care

Based on data collected from the electronic health record and through the manual input of the user, TREAT provides probability distributions for diagnoses (e.g. severe pneumonia; pyelonephritis), pathogens, and can rank possible antimicrobial treatments, based on a cost-benefit analysis. In a series of published clinical trials, use of TREAT Steward™ has demonstrated improved coverage, reduced hospital bed-days and reduced use of broad-spectrum antimicrobials.

Read more about TREAT’s decision support.

Intelligent advice and decision support for antimicrobial stewardship

– Quality assurance of the patient examination

TREAT Steward™ allows rapid data entry through structured data entry forms for the infectious patient, including built-in validation of data quality. When data has been entered, TREAT produces a summary of important findings, which is written back to the electronic health record, avoiding double entry of data. There are several options of writing back information depending on local preferences. Examples are PDF files, free text generation, structured tables, and HL7 messages.

Read more about the Infection Journal.

Adequate quality assurance and patient examination of the infectious patient

– Risk assessment of your patients

TREAT’s risk assessment module stratifies patients based on their probabilities of bacteremia and mortality. This module is integrated with the hospital’s systems for patient management, vital parameters, laboratory results, and lists of patients in departments allowing the risk assessment to be carried out automatically. The risk-based stratification can be used to identifying particularly high-risk patients and adjust their diagnostic work-up and/or treatments accordingly.

Read more about how TREAT stratifies patients into different risk groups in a clinical setting or in a laboratory setting.

Automatic risk assessment of your patients is a key in stewardship

– Review the temporal course of the infectious episode

The Inspection Tool shows the temporal course of all infection-relevant information. This module is targeted at the specialist team, and allows them to review specific infectious episodes in greater detail. This includes a complete overview of antimicrobial treatments, microbiology, vital parameters, biochemistry, hematology, blood gases and liver function indicators.

Read more about how TREAT supports the review of infectious episodes in a clinical setting or in a laboratory setting

Review the temporal course of the infectious episode

– Making the institutional antibiogram personalized for each patient

The Personalized Antibiogram adjusts the in vitro institutional antibiogram for whether a patient’s infection is community- or hospital-acquired, whether the patient has recently received antimicrobial treatment and if microbiological results are available. This innovative tool also allows the estimation of the likelihood of susceptibility to antimicrobials not included in standard testing.

Read more about how TREAT transforms the institutional antibiogram to a personalized version.

Personalizing the institutional antibiogram

– Hospital guidelines made available at point of care

Through TREAT, the user will get easy access to the most recent evidence-based knowledge through intelligent decision support and the local and national textual hospital guidelines when the treatment decisions is made. The user can easily search and navigate through pages for recommendations written by the local antimicrobial committee.

Read more about how TREAT implements textual guidelines.

Bringing the antimicrobial textual guidelines to the point of care