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TEDMED to Highlight Patient Care and Physician Training Advancements in Innovations Showcase
Date:10/20/2011

nology, business, government, academia, media and the arts to interact with 36 advanced devices, apps and technologies that enhance patient care, as well as assist in physician training.  Featured displays include:

  • The AccuVein AV300, a portable illumination device that can be pointed at any area of the body to view peripheral veins beneath the skin (from AccuVein Inc.)
  • Advanced sensor and feedback technologies embedded in clothing and handheld systems that help detect patients' physical movements and brain injuries; helps amputees interact with therapeutic virtual environments; and helps medics and soldiers communicate on the battlefield (developed jointly by AnthroTronix, Inc., The USC Institute for Creative Technologies, and the Wayne State University's SSIM lab)
  • A portable, non-contact vein illumination device that makes it easier for medical personnel to identify patients' veins for IV infusion and blood draws (from AnthroTronix)
  • Asthmapolis, a mobile phone app that alerts asthma patients to high-risk geographic areas (from Asthmapolis)
  • Ekso,  a "bionic exoskelelton" made of artificial components  and worn  externally to support and protect the wearer's body, allowing paralyzed individuals to stand and walk (from Berkeley Bionics)
  • Sophisticated simulator-models of the human heart, hands and sinus system that allow a new level of realism in medical training without using live patients (from The Chamberlain Group)
  • EarlySense, an automated, no-contact patient/bed monitoring system for hospitals (from EverOn)
  • An Emotiv Developer Neuroheadset that uses bioinformatics to better understand the human brain and to screen for early signs of autism, epil
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