Difficulty in locating the veins leads to unnecessary needle penetrations causing blood clots, irritation, swelling, blackening of skin, etc. Vein detection is found to be useful in other potential applications like blood transfusion, blood donation, blood withdrawal and biometric security.
The COVID-19 pandemic situation has called for an urgent need for the development of low cost respiratory ventilators across the globe. Such ventilators must include functionalities to cater to the patients experiencing severe respiratory illnesses, such as ARDS, where lung compliance and patient breathing cycles are dynamic,
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.
Microfluidic Artificial Skin with Multiple Automatic Delivery Systems and Positive Oxygen for Treatment of Burn Wounds
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