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Central Venous Catheter Insertion Device

Central Venous Catheter Insertion Device

Unmet Need Central Venous Catheterization (CVC) is a common procedure where a catheter is inserted into a large vein, typically in the neck, chest, or groin. With 5 million insertions a year, representing 8% of…

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Spine Secure’s Non-Invasive Halo

Spine Secure’s Non-Invasive Halo

Unmet Need Globally, over 15 million people are living with spinal cord injury as of 2021. Based on data from 2019, 0.9 million new cases emerged in a year. While most cases are due to…

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Improved beta oscillation burst detection for assessment of Parkinson’s disease

Improved beta oscillation burst detection for assessment of Parkinson’s disease

Unmet Need Parkinson’s disease is a debilitating ailment, though therapies such as deep brain stimulation via electrodes can improve symptoms. Such therapies rely on feedback from biomarkers to adjust the stimulation parameters. Such biomarkers may…

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Optically transparent model kidney for surgical simulation

Optically transparent model kidney for surgical simulation

Unmet Need Surgical simulation is an important step in medical training. It is particularly critical for training in the urological field, which had 144 residency programs in 2023. Lithotripsy, a surgical procedure to treat kidney…

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Systems and methods for efficient prediction and design of neural stimulation

Systems and methods for efficient prediction and design of neural stimulation

Unmet Need Bioelectronic therapy is the ability to deliver various electrical impulses to patients through implanted medical devices. These devices can treat heart failure, epilepsy, and chronic pain among other ailments. Depending on the disease,…

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Signals for onset-free conduction block

Signals for onset-free conduction block

Unmet Need Neuromodulation and neurostimulation devices are used to control the responses of the nervous system and alleviate disease. Delivering to a nerve an alternating current at a high frequency can produce a nerve block…

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Pulsating ventilation through a single port

Pulsating ventilation through a single port

Unmet Need Ventilation is a necessity in any enclosed space that requires high air quality and sufficient air flow. Whether for larger spaces, such as buildings, or smaller spaces, such as airplanes, air ventilation provides…

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EEG-based monitoring of brain recovery following stroke

EEG-based monitoring of brain recovery following stroke

Unmet Need Stroke is the third leading cause of disability in the US, affecting 800,000 annually. Stroke occurs when blood supply to the brain is impeded, leading to brain damage. Currently, recovery from stroke is…

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A steerable and adjustable shock wave generator for kidney stone treatment

A steerable and adjustable shock wave generator for kidney stone treatment

Unmet Need Lithotripsy is a non-invasive procedure used to break down kidney stones too big to pass through the urethra. This relies on electromagnetic or electrohydraulic waves passed from a tabletop machine through a patient’s…

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A microscopy method for acquiring polarization-sensitive phase information in 3D

A microscopy method for acquiring polarization-sensitive phase information in 3D

Unmet Need The majority of biological research and clinical diagnostics has involved the use of optical imaging systems for transparent specimens that rely on scalar properties like phase contrast. These systems have proved useful for…

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Surgical needle for real-time electromagnetic navigation in trigeminal rhizotomy

Surgical needle for real-time electromagnetic navigation in trigeminal rhizotomy

Unmet Need Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is a debilitating disorder that involves severe and recurring facial pain caused by irritation of the trigeminal nerve. Percutaneous trigeminal rhizotomy (PTR) is a preferred treatment for TN because it…

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Multiscale coherence imaging for assessing epithelial tissue health in precancerous detection

Multiscale coherence imaging for assessing epithelial tissue health in precancerous detection

Unmet Need Epithelial cells act as the body’s first line of defense against foreign elements and are constantly being replaced by newly grown cells. Due in part to these factors, 90% of all cancers originate…

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