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College of Engineering Department of Biomedical Engineering

SPRING/SUMMER 2002

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Biomedical engineering student design consortium project
Biomedical engineering student design consortium project

Several students worked on two projects through the Biomedical Engineering Student Design Consortium this semester. In one, students designed a device for Datex-Ohmeda that helps deliver measured doses of medication when a patient is on a ventilator. Students Ryan Robs (left) and Imran Sheikh (right) worked with Matt Delisle and Steve Almasi to design the device.

For GE Medical Systems, students developed a device that detects and measures interference in electrocardiograms. Pictured at right (from left to right): Students Hannah Kirking, Liz Thottakara, Yuk Ki Lam, Wyatt Potter, Scott Wiese, Mike Piche and Byoung Choe; seated Paul Anheier.

 

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