Paul Wulleman graduated as a specialist in internal medicine, pneumology and sleep disorders in 1986 from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. In 1996-97, he launched his first telemedicine experiments in outpatient treatment of pneumothorax.
Given the lack of accessibility to sleep laboratories and the patients’ fears about hospitalization, he is developing a telemedicine activity for the study of sleep at home (www.SleepMobile.be).
Confronted with the endemic explosion of chronic diseases of the 21st century, in particular the Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS), he undertakes a socio-anthropological research which leads him to propose at the end of 2014 an original care requiring multidisciplinary support. In early 2015, he developed a new concept of networking with health professionals specializing in the management of sleep disorders in both children and adults (www.SleepClinic.be). At the end of 2016, he broadened this concept to all health professionals by deciding to create ADVELOX©, a communication platform between patients and their caregivers to better support them in their healing process and to develop an area of intelligence collective.
ADVELOX © was created in August 2017 and has been operational since June 2018.
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