Attention designed, engineered and produced an ergonomic safe control unit only four month after the brief from Coloplast. Controlling air intake and water flow in a single unit requires complex mechanisms and very low tolerances. Attention developed a safe and intuitive solution for operating the irrigation device. The device had to be able to communicate clearly to the user while allowing those with impaired physical mobility to operate it. An intelligent user interface was developed by Attention’s design team while the engineers solved the mechanical puzzle.
Through integration of robotics and automation our system, which stores sterilized surgical equipment as it exits the autoclaves, has allowed the hospital to significantly reduce unintended incidents as well as staff, making the sterile storage facility much more efficient. The flexibility is second-to-none. Surgeons can order urgent deliveries to take advantage of unforeseen surplus capacity in the surgical wards, or if an operation requires surgical equipment aside from standard equipment ordered during the operation planning phase. Unscheduled orders are priority processed and delivered at an exit bay 45 seconds after order on local work station. Thus, operations may proceed seamlessly regardless of the obstacles encountered along the way, and that operating theatre capacity can be fully exploited at all times.
MEDEI designed, and developed a cross-platform application which implemented a complex decision support algorithm to be used for anticoagulant treatments for Idéklinikken & Region Nordjylland. The project required detailed understanding of the treatment process itself in order to translate the complex algorithm from equations into software code, which could allow for usage of the algorithm in a prospective, or real life, scenario. The project required MEDEI to utilize knowledge within biomedical engineering, computer science, clinical decision support, and clinical experience, in order to deliver a desirable solution.
he Radiology department is a highly specialised department conducting 220,000 examinations and treatments annually. This department receives patients from the emergency reception and various wards. Patients are referred here for examinations of all parts of the musculoskeletal system, severe scoliosis and lung examinations. Most patients can walk and are self-reliant, but because several patients have mobility problems or have difficulties walking they need to be seated and supported for examination.