Attention invented and developed an all-in-one insulin concept: Automatic insertion and infusion supplied as a single, sterile and safe unit - easy to handle, easy to carry with you at all times. Attention’s designers and engineers worked to unite user-friendliness and accuracy in very small components. One of many challenges was to eliminate the users’ need to carry spare parts. Built-in hypoallergenic adhesive was developed to fix the unit to the skin while the insertion device was designed to house the introducer needle, which is then safe to throw away after use.
Gibosort is an automated solution for handling blood or other biological samples. It automatically unpacks and empties all known transport containers and forwards their contents via pneumatic delivery, conveyor, postage crates or other means. As with other Gibotech automation solutions, it eliminates the potential for human errors in critical systems where mistakes may have serious consequences.
Problem: While VitalGoSytems is developing an innovative hospital bed with multiple novel functionalities, the control interface of the bed was old fashioned. As VitalGo focuses on progress, they wanted the controls to match the product and thereby offer an application interface to its customers. Solution MEDEI is currently developing a first of its kind Android tablet application for controlling a hospital bed. In addition to fulfilling the ISO/IEC 62304 standard, MEDEI designs the interface and handles all communication with the users. The solution is estimated to be launched late 2015.
The Mammography Department is part of The Department of Radiology at the Sydvestjysk Hospital. The patients have been referred by their GP for mammography or biopsy. These patients all have mobility problems or use wheelchairs necessitating sitting during examinations. Work routines at the mammography department The patient's chair is locked, and the apparatus is prepared for the individual patient. Then the position of the patient is adjusted relative to the apparatus. It is crucial to the success of the examination that the patient's breast is positioned correctly so that the films show the desired tissue. During the examination, the patient needs to sit perfectly still.