On this episode of the Pulse, we’re performing a blood draw pain-free, comparing heart vital signs, tracking the eyes of surgeons, and giving the disabled access to smartphones.
Pain-Free Lancing for Blood Testing: Genteel has developed a painless lancing device that allows users to perform a blood draw from alternate sites beyond their fingertips.
Heart Vital Signs Monitoring: For those interested in being able to keep tabs on heart health quickly, easily, and at any time, MOCAheart has launched a kickstarter campaign to develop a device that does exactly that.
Tracking Surgeons’ Eyes: The company ESINOMED is offering EyeSeeMed, the world’s first eye-tracking solution that integrates with hospital PACS systems to give surgeons hands-free access to imaging and patient data in sterile surgical environments.
Smartphone Access for Disabled: For those who are disabled and unable to move from the neck down, the smartphone is not something they can enjoy. That is, until the Sesame.
Find out more about this episode’s sponsor, Proto Labs.
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