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Telemetry Adaptor

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Continuous streaming of atrial electrogram on patient monitor

Design Award

  • Tong Biomedical Design Award Winner

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Project Overview

The device is an adaptor which allows both pacing and recording of cardiac signals from temporary pacing wires which are placed on the outside of the heart (epicardium) after cardiac surgery. The device is to be used in a patient who has had epicardial wires placed after a cardiac surgery (as the epicardial wires are not part of the device itself). The epicardial wires attach to the device, which can relay the signals to the bedside telemetry and to a bedside pacemaker. If pacing is required the device limits the pacing artifact to the bedside telemetry while preserving the remainder of the signal. This can then allow continual monitoring of the cardiac signals, while allowing pacing to be utilized if necessary all while attached both to a pacemaker, and the beside telemetry.

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Team members from left to right: Matt Knoespel, Randal Mills, James Olson, Philip Terrien, Connor Sheedy
Team members from left to right: Matt Knoespel, Randal Mills, James Olson, Philip Terrien, Connor Sheedy

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Team Members

  • Connor Sheedy, BME 301 - Team Leader
  • Matthew Knoespel, BME 301 - Communicator
  • Randal Mills, BME 301 - BSAC
  • Philip Terrien, BME 301 - BWIG
  • James Olson, BME 301 - BPAG

Advisor and Client

  • Dr. Jeremy Rogers - Advisor
  • Dr. Nicholas Von Bergen - Client
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