Just about everyone feels pain from time to time. When we feel pain, sensory receptors in our skin send a signal via nerve fibres to the spinal cord and brainstem and then onto the brain where the sensation of pain is registered, the information is processed and the pain is perceived. Usually the signal stops when the cause of the pain is resolved i.e. your body repairs the wound on your finger or your torn muscle. But with chronic pain, the nerve signals keep firing even after you’ve healed. It can interfere with your daily life, keeping you from doing things you want and need to do. But a technique called neuromodulation gives you the independence to control when and where you need pain control.
SharathChandra C, B H V Mani Kanta Swamy, G VijayaBhaskar B.Tech III year students of Biomedical Engineering, B. V. Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur won First Prize in BioAsia 2015 Healthcare Devthon. The team was given Rs. 1 lakh grant for further development of the product and the team will be working with Technology Business Incubation Center, BITS Pilani (Hyderabad Campus).
BioAsia 2015 was an initiative to spur innovations in healthcare & life sciences through co-creation. Healthcare Devthon brought together healthcare experts, doctors, designers, engineers, technologists and developers together onto one platform to discover, design and rapidly prototype technologies and solutions relevant to the life sciences and healthcare fields. The goal is to facilitate the development of products and services that address unmet needs and are positioned to be rapidly adopted by end-users.
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Vigyan is here again…………
The TechnoCracy (Technical Committee) of NIT Raipur brings you Vigyan……
Vigyan invites participants from various branches to apply their domain specific knowledge to the problems for the betterment of Human society…..!!!!
Here are the problem Statements for Biomedical Engg. Domain:-
1. Design a Blind Stick285 million people are visually impaired worldwide according to WHO statistics. A huge chunk of this people lives in the developing world. Scientists and engineers all over the world are going beyond the boundaries of their disciplines to innovate and come up with solutions for addressing the needs of the visually impaired people. The challenge is to design a path navigating stick to guide the visually impaired patients.
This is a preview of Biomedical project Competition in NIT Raipur. Read the full post (463 words, estimated 1:51 mins reading time)
BIOMEDIKAL ONLINE PROJECT CONTEST
BIOMEDIKAL.IN offers you an unique opportunity to showcase your project so that you can get suggestion from other biomedikal.in readers about your project and that may also help you land up in some job
To do that you have to just upload on FB page
1.a picture of your project
2. Title, subtitle with a 200 words abstract/ summary of how it works
3. Your Name, team members name and mentor if any and educational institute name
Projects can be uploaded till 27th May 2013 and then the winners will be decided
Date: 1st March 2013
Aureola 3.0 is here again…………
The Technical Committee of NIT Raipur) brings you Aureola 3.0……
Aureola 3.0 invites participants from various branches to apply their domain specific knowledge to the healthcare problems for the betterment of Human society…..!!!!
It consist of 2 Events ..
2)These are two individual events.
3)Problem statement Of this two event are uploaded in the website
This is a preview of Aureola 2013 : Biomedical Research Project Problems Competition. Read the full post (1160 words, 9 images, estimated 4:38 mins reading time)
The heart is a complex three-dimensional structure with mechanical properties that are inhomogeneous, non-linear, time-variant and anisotropic. These properties affect major physiological factors within the heart, such as the pumping performance of the ventricles, the oxygen demand in the tissue and the distribution of coronary blood flow.
During the cardiac cycle the heart muscle tissue is deformed as a consequence of the active contraction of the muscle fibers and their relaxation respectively. A mapping of this deformation would give increased understanding of the mechanical properties of the heart. The deformation induces strain and stress in the tissue which are both mechanical properties and can be described with a mathematical tensor object.
This is a preview of Biomedical Project Ideas: Visualization tool for Myocardial Strain Tensors. Read the full post (173 words, 1 image, estimated 42 secs reading time)