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Novel Respiratory Monitoring with Ultrasound

Despite technological advancements, morbidity and mortality rates remain high in patients under sedation, often due to delayed detection of early respiratory compromise and/or failure.
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Guelay Bilen-Rosas, Humberto Rosas | P160338US02

Technology

Novel Respiratory Monitoring with Ultrasound

Despite technological advancements, morbidity and mortality rates remain high in patients under sedation, often due to delayed detection of early respiratory compromise and/or failure. UW–Madison re...
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Guelay Bilen-Rosas, Humberto Rosas | P180312US01

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Digital Otoscope for Optimal Access, Visualization

An otoscope is a classic handheld medical device that allows doctors to look into the ear canal and tympanic membrane (eardrum). It is used to diagnose ear infections, membrane ruptures and foreign ob...
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James Berbee, Gregory Rebella, Azita Hamedani | P150259US01

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Producing Medical Isotopes with Dry-Phase Reactor

Medical isotopes like molybdenum-99 are used for imaging patients and treating disease. Today, most radioisotopes are produced in nuclear reactors outside of the United States that employ highly enric...
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Thomas (Rock) Mackie, Thad Heltemes | P120306US01

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Monitoring Tissue Fluorescence in Bright Light

Intrinsic and extrinsic fluorescent markers can help surgeons target and rapidly identify tumorous tissue. The signals given off by these markers are relatively faint and normally viewed with a fluore...
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Thomas (Rock) Mackie, Adam Uselmann, Andreas Velten, Surendra Prajapati, Kevin Eliceiri | P130298US01

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Evaluating Systemic Cancers

Assessing treatment response in cancer patients is essential to manage their disease and evaluate therapy. Computed tomography (CT) is widely used to monitor cancer treatment by measuring changes in t...
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Robert Jeraj, Glenn Liu | P120188US01

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