The EXPEDIUM® Advance Reduction Derotation System is a streamlined instrument set used in spinal surgeries to correct spinal deformities and scoliosis. The instrument set works as part of the EXPEDIUM® 5.5 Spine System to assist with both reduction and derotation, demanding surgical maneuvers that properly align a patient's spine. EXPEDIUM combines formerly separate instruments into one system, eliminating multiple instrument exchanges. It also provides a secure locking feature, quick release tabs and a streamlined instrument set.
Designed by: DePuy Synthes / J&J Medical Devices Companies
The DynaClip Bone Fixation System is an bone staple system that provides internal fixating fusion of small bones in fracture and osteotomy surgical procedures in the foot and hand. It includes a nickel titanium memory staple, an inserter tool and a universal drill guide. The surgeon creates an anchor hole in each of the bone fragments to be fused and bridges them with the staple. The superelastic properties of nickel titanium are leveraged by inserting the staple in an opened (strained) state, thereby applying continuous compression throughout the healing process even as the bone resorbs/retracts.
Designed by: Creature, LLC, Enginuity Works Corp. and MedShape, Inc.
The Distek BiOne 1250 is a laboratory instrument that controls bioprocess reactions in both mammalian and microbial models used in research and development for things like vaccine and pharmaceutical development. The actual reaction takes place in the accompanying vessel where variables such as temperature, pH, air composition and agitation rate are varied to achieve the desired outcome. The BiOne incorporates a series of OEM rotometers or optional gas flow modules to meter gasses as well as one or two banks of OEM peristaltic pumps to meter base or acid solutions into the reaction. All processes are programmed and adjusted via a touch screen interface.
Designed by: Eric Schneider and Akiva Rubin of Phase One Design and Jeff Brinker, Shawn Craig, and Ryan Vrabel of Distek
The Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring System enables people with Type 1 diabetes to make better treatment and management decisions with zero finger sticks and no calibrations. Rather than the snapshot-in-time reading that a traditional glucose meter provides, the Dexcom G6 continuously tracks glucose levels so that users can see trends and patterns. A tiny flexible sensor placed just under the skin takes a glucose reading every five minutes for up to 10 days at a time, providing dynamic data that can be accessed through a smart device. A small reusable transmitter shares the glucose readings wirelessly with an accompanying handheld reader or smartphone application.
Designed by: Delve
The da Vinci SP® Surgical System enables surgeons to perform robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery in areas where deep and narrow access to the body is challenging. The hallmark of da Vinci is human augmentation where the system is guided by the surgeon as a natural extension of the surgeon’s eyes and hands through a combination of cutting-edge robotics technology, 3D high-definition stereoscopic vision and intuitive human-interface controls. The first evolution of the da Vinci platform focused on multiport surgery: four robotic arms controlling an endoscope and three instruments, which triangulate via four small incisions to gain access to the patient’s anatomy. The latest evolution moves surgery forward again. The da Vinci SP Surgical System introduces a technology that delivers the same benefits of computation, robotics and imaging via a single one-inch incision. With the instruments and camera consolidated in one arm, the da Vinci SP can reach anywhere within 360 degrees from one port placement, helping surgeons achieve broad versatility of access.
Designed by: Intuitive Global Design Team
Venue is a high-performance diagnostic and guidance ultrasound system for emergency room physicians. The button-less interface has an automated tool set to simplify and accelerate clinical workflow. It minimizes training time, reduces fatigue and has the familiar feel of modern consumer devices.
Designed by: Robert Meurer, Ross Stalter, Craig Loomis, Alex Sokolovski & Cindy Owen for GE Healthcare Point of Care Ultrasound.
The Sensile Medical Design Language provides a unified look and feel across a range of injection devices. Different product variants are clearly identifiable yet recognizable as a single family with key attributes of the Sensile technology.
Designed by: Craig McGarrell, Alex Driver and Paul Greenhalgh of Team Consulting for Sensile Medical.
The RICOH MEG is a state-of-the-art medical device for analyzing and imaging brain function. The system analyzes higher levels of the brain's information recognition and information communication mechanism to accelerate the elucidation of human brain functions, diagnosis technologies and brain studies.
Designed by: Michinari Shinohara of Corporate Design Center, Intellectual Property Division, Ricoh Co., Ltd.
The Rad-97 is a bedside patient monitor that continuously monitors (or spot checks) key patient physiological parameters in clinical and home settings. It also incorporates a large touch screen with a user-friendly interface, Bluetooth connectivity to third-party devices and an optional camera.
Designed by: Chad DeJong, Sujin Hwang, Nicholas Barker, Ammar Al-Ali and Steven Egge of Masimo
Proton therapy is the most advanced, accurate and securest radiotherapy for multiple types of tumors. Proton enters the human body at top speed and hardly reacts with normal tissue or cells. When the proton reaches the target site, it stops and releases the maximum energy to reach the Bragg peak to kill the cancer cells.
Designed by: Yuntao Song, Dongge Zhao, Lu Liu, Jianghua Wei and Dingliang Chen of ZCO Design Co., Ltd. for Hefei CAS Ion Medical and Technical Devices Co., Ltd.