The Ceribell Rapid Response EEG is a portable electroencephalogram for use in hospitals to quickly monitor brain activity and detect dangerous subconscious seizures. Traditional EEG machines are large, expensive, and difficult to use. Ceribell is compact and lightweight, comprised of a headband and controller. This portability means that Ceribell can be used within minutes of a patient's arrival at a hospital. In addition to its portability, Ceribell’s biggest benefit is that it turns electronic brain wave signals into sound patterns so that any nurse or caregiver can instantly hear when a seizure is happening, instead of waiting for a neurologist to decode signals.
Designed by: Dan Harden, IDSA, and Cole Derby of Whipsaw, Inc. for Ceribell
The Centrella Smart+ Bed is a hospital bed that provides a comprehensive solution to the daily challenges of the patient experience and safety while improving caregiver safety and efficiency.
Designed by: Rick Heimbrock, Mark Zerhusen, Todd O'Neal, Xuan Teng and Nick Mann, IDSA of Hill-Rom