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Implanted Passive Pressure Sensor Interrogated with (Ultra)-Sound (iPPSIS)
Application Easy-to-use, short and long-term, minimally invasive, MR-safe approach for directly measuring the variation of intracranial pressure. Key Benefits A minimally invasive device that is compatible with MRI imaging for quantitatively measuring intracranial pressure. A prototype has been developed showing the ability to measure shunt pressure...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): David Myers, Nicholas Au Yong, Brooks Lindsey, Cecilia Alessandra Luna, Saeyoung (Sunny) Kim, Bowen Jing
Digital Sutures for Recording Muscle Electrical Activity
Application Sutures fabricated with an array of small electrical sensors that can be implanted into muscle areas of interest to record and monitor electrical activity. Key Benefits Improved recording resolution compared to conventional medical techniques. Ease of adoption as suturing is a common surgical technique. Flexible and compliant with...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): Samuel J. Sober, Bryce Chung, Muhannad Bakir, Muneeb Zia
Wound Care Booklet for Patient Use
ApplicationBooklet/card to help patients with low literacy care for wounds and track wound healing.Key BenefitsAvailable in English and Spanish.Includes pictures for patients with low literacy and low health literacy.Built in ruler and record space helps patients track wound size for easy reporting to clinician.Market SummaryWound care management is...
Published: 4/23/2024       Contributor(s): Georgette Cox
E-Trip: Emory Treatment Resistance Interview for PTSD
Application An interview score system to quantify the level of treatment resistance in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Key Benefits Enables quantification of the degree of treatment resistance. Delivers a comprehensive assessment of prior PTSD treatments. Provides a standard measurement for the level of treatment resistance. Market...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): Boadie Dunlop, barbara Rothbaum
Progesterone to Treat Traumatic Brain Injury
Application The use of progesterone to treat patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) via a tapered administration protocol. Key Benefits Early administration of progesterone reduces cerebral edema and neural loss, and improves behavioral recovery from traumatic brain injury (TBI) in pre-clinical animal models. Tapered progesterone withdrawal...
Published: 7/28/2023       Contributor(s): Donald Stein, Stuart Wayne Hoffman, Arthur Kellermann, David Wright, Douglas Lowery-North, Sarah Cutler
Hyperventilation-preventing Valve for Bag-Valve-Mask Resuscitators
Application Rate-controlling valve for Bag-Valve-Mask (BVM) resuscitators to prevent hyperventilation during manual resuscitation. Key Benefits The device utilizes a novel valve mechanism to regulate the reinflation rate of BVM resuscitators, and therefore prevents hyperventilation. The user-friendly device is compatible with current airway management...
Published: 4/23/2024       Contributor(s): Arthur Kellermann, Jeremy Ackerman