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Automatic intraventricular drainage system

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Accurately controls inter-cranial pressure

Design Award

  • Tong Biomedical Design Award Winner

Project Overview

Currently, the intraventricular drainage system consists of an intraventricular device put into place to allow for the draining of cerebrospinal fluid in patients with intracranial hypertension. However, this requires frequent adjustment and does not allow the patient's intracranial pressure to be regulated without a nurse's assistance. A device is needed to automate this process in order to eliminate the need for frequent readjustments.

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Left to Right: Ronnie Alramahi, Amber Rollette, Yang Mo, Drew Budde, Saketh Challa
Left to Right: Ronnie Alramahi, Amber Rollette, Yang Mo, Drew Budde, Saketh Challa

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Team Members

  • Yue Mo, BME 402 - Team Leader
  • Amber Rollette, BME 402 - Communicator
  • Ronnie AlRamahi, BME 402 - BSAC
  • Andrew Budde, BME 402 - BWIG
  • Saketh Challa, BME 402 - BPAG
  • Sarah Thornton, Medical Student

Advisor and Client

  • Sarah Sandock - Advisor
  • Dr. Joshua Medows - Client

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