Medical

After we're born a PACIFIER makes things feel all right.

When we get old a RECTIFIER will make things move all right.

While the PACIFIER is for the mouth, the RECTIFIER is for the other end.

When regularity is an issue, it is most likely due to the constriction of the sphincter.

A ventilator made from off the shelf industrial automation parts, recreating simple all-pneumatic (no electric power required) ventilators that have been in service continuously since the late 70's. This ventilator can be built from a kit with no special tools, and is easy to assemble.

Problem: Chaotic electrical activity of the heart (arrhythmia) has a tremendous impact on society’s well-being: Not only is it the number one cause of both sudden death and stroke, but it is also a leading contributor to congestive heart failure (CHF).

Medical facilities are becoming a source of potential infection during the epidemy, as, for example, in the case of COVID-19. It is unlikely that the epidemiological situation with COVID-19 will be changed essentially in the world in the nearest years. Consequently,

In March 2020, following the COVID-19 outbreak,

Currently, physicians cannot assess respiratory function in COVID-19 patients remotely. COVID-19 infection deteriorates patients’ ability to breathe due to discomfort, fluid accumulation, and exhaustion. While most patients can safely recover at home,

We are Maven Therapy and we have developed the Maven 1 Physical Therapy Device. Physical therapy and rehabilitation are traditionally prescribed for patients who have been involved in accidents or have suffered strokes. The initial period is usually conducted in a clinical facility, and when the patient goes home,

A revolutionary new way to apply eye drops with the simple push of a button. This eye drop device holds, aligns, and administers eye drops simultaneously providing relief for the millions requiring eye drops for cataracts, glaucoma, LASIK, and dry eye.

MRIs are a necessary but often anxiety provoking medical procedure. Particularly with pediatric patients, fear is often a barrier to collecting quality MRI data. 49% of pediatric MRIs require sedation and up to 30% of imaging data sets are deemed unusable due to head movement (Power. et al., 2014).

This curtain and face shield design is intended for the most vulnerable who must go out in public, workers in non-medical front-line roles, and businesses which are re-opening and want to keep their workers safe and productive.

‘Curtains for COVID’

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