Posts Tagged ‘industrial design’

Ambio Health featured in study to evaluate whether patients can help monitor themselves for Heart failure

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

ambio healthGreat article about our Heart Failure study with LifeBridge Health/Sinai Hospital and the American Heart Association.  Check out the article in the Baltimore Sun about how the Ambio Health system is empowering patients to monitor themselves. They report zero hospital readmissions after 90 days. Normally about 1/3 of patients would be readmitted within 90 days. HSD is proud to have been part of design and development for this patient centric product.

Janet Bettger, a health services researcher at the Duke Clinical Research Institute who helped craft Sinai’s program, said “A lot of self-management is related to behavior change. It needs to become routine and stick. In so many cases the patients don’t get to that point. We need to be involved and track them and empower them.”

Making product personal to a patients needs is the future of healthcare management.

VISIA Complexion Analysis System Gen7 wins Core77 2016 Design award!

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

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HSD is excited and proud to announce the Canfield Visia System Gen7 was selected as a Notable Award winner in the 2016 Core77 Design Awards. Special thanks to Canfield and the highly collaborative effort in reaching a beautiful solution to a highly complex problem. VISIA Gen7 is the next generation of complexion analyzing technology from Canfield Scientific. Canfield’s precision subject imaging system, clinical quality lighting and MatchPose live image overlay continue to change the way skin care professionals work with their patients. The new VISIA Gen7 system captures perfectly registered images of left, right and frontal facial views, and automatically analyzes the images for surface and subsurface skin conditions. The high-quality images captured by the VISIA Gen7 help dermatologists and aestheticians document treatment progress and communicate results and recommendations with patients.

To learn more about this system and what HSD can do for you, please drop us a line or visit us at MDM East at Booth #1468

Vectra WB360 – 3D Whole Body Imaging System

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

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HSD is excited to have been a participant in the development of the Vectra Whole Body 360, the world’s first 3D whole body imaging solution designed specifically for dermatology. This fully integrated system includes imaging of nearly the entire skin surface in macro quality resolution in a single capture. Currently used at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Princess Alexandra Hospitals, the Vectra WB360 allows clinicians to map, measure, and track pigmented lesions, and record and monitor distributed diseases of the skin. Truly an amazing feat of engineering and design!

HSD To Be Exhibiting at BIOMEDevice Event

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

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Please visit HSD at BIOMEDevice, New England’s premier Design & Manufacturing event.

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April 13-14 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

Click here for free registration.

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Mesa Labs introduces the new DryCal 800 base enhancement for Process Control Applications

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

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HSD is proud to have assisted Mesa in the development of the new DryCal 800 base. Ergonomics, Flexibility with existing equipment and precision where the goals. The DryCal 800 Series combines our Proven DryCal Technology with interchangeable flow cells to offer a broad flow range that fits the needs of users seeking high-precision primary flow standards for lab & industrial process control applications.

How to write a good PRD

Friday, December 11th, 2015

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HSD recently shared an article posted on MDDI discussing the “Chicken and Egg” Problem in developing product requirement documents for fist of kind products. The article goes into detail on the importance of understanding the value proposition of new products by utilizing the lean start up methodology and the FDA waterfall.

Going for the Ironman!

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

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Best of luck to Mike Quinn, our Director of Mechanical Engineering who is going for the Ironman this Saturday!

HSD to speak at 2015 IDSA Medical Conference

Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

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Join HSD at the 2015 IDSA Medical Conference where Tor Alden of HSD will discuss his experiences and discovery challenges regarding the front end development of first of a kind medical products and how there is a need for increased collaboration in the design of complex systems in the medical and lifescience device development. The ability to capture user needs and balance them with technical requirements runs concurrently with the development of the requirement documents. For more information on the conference go to the IDSA Medical conference.

HSD teams up with Innovative Startup BioTrak Health

Thursday, August 13th, 2015

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HS Design has teamed up with BioTrak Health to develop the Halo™ body worn device that helps eliminate chronic tension headaches, migraines and TMJ without the use of drugs. It integrates with smartphones to personalize biofeedback therapy in the comfort of your own home. The haptic feedback allows users to realize when they have excessive tension, provides monitoring and coaches users through relaxation training exercises. Check out halocalm.com for more information and pre-ordernig.

Blood Warming System for battlefield use

Friday, June 26th, 2015

hypothermxEMIT HypothermX™ HX100 intravenous Blood & Fluid Warmer is a patent protected portable fluid warming device designed to warm intravenous fluids, blood or blood products infused into a patient to prevent or treat trauma, environmental, procedure related and/or induced hypothermia. Heating is accomplished via a flameless hydrocarbon combustion process fueled with a isobutane/propane mixture.

HypothermX™ HX100 is the first truly light weight (< 3.0 lbs), portable, long-term (>4 hours continuous use) solution to offer actual therapeutic warming in the field for injured patients. HypothermX™ HX100 is capable of warming up to 5 liters of saline introduced at 15° C and 15 units of packed red blood cells introduced at 5° C to 38° C ± 3° C with an infusion rate between 50 ml/min and 200 ml/min and ambient conditions between 0° C and 40° C. The system has numerous safety features and provides the user with the ability to temporarily silence alarms based on operational needs.


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