Here’s a video that explains the scientific background of the computational cardiac model of the heart, also some of the intriguing scientific visualizations of simulations using a rabbit heart.
A mindboggling success story of 2 doctors who replaced a dying man’s heart with a device— proving that it is possible for your body to be kept alive without a heart.
A new head patch by Mayo Clinic, which watches strokes simply by shining light onto a patient’s forehead. No harmful CT perfusion scans now?
Today, I just watched Crank and Crank 2: High Voltage. Being a biomedical engineer, I found plenty of instances in the movie which was kinda learning and entertaining. Have a look …
Here, are demonstrations by Dr. Albert, showing his new innovation – The Universal iCard ECG for iOS and Android devices.
The perpetual struggle by the researchers to make a perfect artificial heart goes on. Researchers at Texas Heart Institute claim to have developed a machine that makes use of simple whirling non-stop rotors to circulate blood instead of contractions, like a natural heart. Lets see what they did ..
One of the serious health problems today is combating cardiovascular diseases. A Columbia team of biomedical researchers have established a new method to patch a damaged heart using a tissue-engineering platform that enables heart tissue to repair itself.
Sometimes, even when all biomedical equipments are available at a hospital, a doctor may not be able to operate them due to lack of basic medical supplies like electrodes, sanitary pads, sterilizer, clothing and dressing etc. Here is a simple DIY biomedical project to make reusable ECG pads from readily available materials at home.
One of the massive bandwagons of 2010 has been the Apple iPhone 4. I came across a footage on iPhonECG System last week and was impressed by its charisma and boon to the biomedical fraternity. Its a perfect real-time ECG Monitoring System encompassing an iPhone 4 and a sleek ECG attachment. Lets do a post-mortem of this innovation…