Building the future
Shown are biomedical solutions created by biomedical engineering undergraduate students in Fall 2020. Despite limited resources and COVID-19 related challenges to the design process students created biomedical devices to address medical problems ranging from traumatic brain injury to adequate medical surgical training.
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Set the Lace
Team Set the Lace designed an assistive device allowing users with upper limb impairments to tie shoes with their most functional hand.
Bun in the Oven
Low-cost, versatile device for combatting neonatal hypothermia in Ethiopia’s Black Lion Hospital.
The Brainy Bunch implemented electrical stimulation functionality in a 3D anatomical model of the brain for neurosurgical training.
Designing a Process to Correct for Breast Asymmetry Resulting from Post-Surgical Defects and Congenital Deformities.
404 The Counter Culture
Preventing Hospital Acquired Pneumonia with an Innovative Oral Care Solution.
3D Printing and Medical Devices: Printing Physiologically Accurate Vascular Phantoms.
Retractor 360: A self-retaining surgical retractor to assist in exposure during small-incisional surgery.
Enhancing visualization of the peritonsillar region while collecting COVID-19 oropharyngeal swab samples
Smart Tourniquet That Applies a Personalized Pressure to Improve Venipuncture Success Rates.
Laparoscopic instrument with an expandable tip to atraumatically push organs during surgery.
Providing Interventional Radiologists a better storage and organizational device for medical guidewires.
Team Better Fit developed an inexpensive and quantitative respirator fit testing device to improve clinical access.
Elbow Replacement Alternative to Reduce Loosening and Treat Severe Distal Humerus Fractures
We thank Our Empowering Capstone Leaders
Through advocacy, endorsement, and capital, these leaders have extended the capabilities of capstone and enabled students to develop unique clinical insight.
Chair of Biomedical Engineering
Dean of Emory School of Medicine