Clip appliers are reusable surgical instruments widely used to ligate tubular structures such as blood vessels. They are available in many lengths and diameters and for use with various sized clips.
Over its lifetime, the instrument is subjected to many degradation such as:
Biological contamination (dried residues,
When designing the ExoMotus™ M4 lower-limb exoskeleton robot, the primary goal was to create a device that simplified gait training for both therapists and patients. Eliminating the need for complicated setup and control procedures required by other exoskeletons.
Introducing Abey, the pioneering invention that is set to revolutionize the healthcare industry. Abey is the world's first hospital hover bed, utilizing cutting-edge hover technology to suspend in the air at a specified height from the ground. With its exceptional flexibility and adaptability,
Introducing the HoverChair, a groundbreaking invention that redefines mobility for individuals with disabilities. As the world's first wheeless chair, the HoverChair utilizes innovative hover technology to suspend in the air at a specified height from the ground. This extraordinary device offers unprecedented flexibility,
Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) afflicts 17,000 Americans and 700,000 people worldwide each year. Prognoses are often tragic, and social costs exceed $2M (US and EU) in the first 5 years of care. For decades, the dream of repairing the spinal cord has been elusive. Recent studies, however,
In our ongoing project, our aim is to assist blind and visually impaired individuals in navigating outdoor environments. We have developed an innovative system that combines digital curbstones, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology, and specialized headsets.
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