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Was on on a NLM Webinar and found about Evena Medical and “Evena’s Eyes-On™ Glasses unit is a breakthrough wearable design that brings an entirely new vision to vascular access.” http://evenamed.com/
They have a new version coming out next month http://evenamed.com/products/glasses that will help health care providers to view an augmented reality vasculature image for various purposes.
This innovation can help avoid sticks that don’t hit a vein, or for avoid those collapsed veins.
If you are good with reading, here are some pages from the original
From Bald’s Leechbook (Link to British Library) https://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?CollID=16&MSID=6548&NStart=120417
Digitized courtesy of the National Library of Medicine.
An introduction to, and use of, the internet via Gopher, MOSAIC, and other early internet-driven resources for information search and retrieval.
Collaborative 3D Printing in Medical Practice is a post graduate course designed to update and introduce the diagnostic radiologist, surgeon, biomedical engineer, and administrators on uses of 3D printing of anatomic models. Creating accurate models of the anatomy contributes to strong postoperative results and increases surgical confidence in complex cases. Segmenting and printing techniques and practical application in medical care, research and education will be reviewed. Surgeons from various disciplines will share their Mayo Clinic experiences detailing the benefits of the models to their surgical practice.
Wow, this looks like it was an amazing conference, it is a research area that I’m excited that others are working on. I had a few proposals, and might try again this summer on working on a project in this area.
Here is the brochure to see more mc4295-76
NIH : http://nihlibrary.nih.gov/Services/Pages/Informationists.aspx (List of Pubications &Video)