The Philips Sonicare 9700 DiamondClean Smart makes great oral health attainable, convenient and compelling. This oral healthcare system has a meticulously crafted handle with unique finishes and delightful colors, an alluring charging glass and a pleather-wrapped travel case with USB charging. A smart brush head and motion sensor inside the handle allows real-time guidance for optimal brushing via the connected app, providing easily understood information. This system delivers superior health benefits through meaningful innovations and assists users with the most complete clean with better coverage, reduced scrubbing and ideal brushing pressure.
Designed by: Philips
HERA W10 is a premium ultrasound system that focuses on obstetric and gynecological services. The system implements ergonomic improvements for the moving range of the control panel and the articulated monitor arm, reducing musculoskeletal stress during operation of the ultrasound system. Various functions for user convenience were incorporated into this premium ultrasound system, including the maximized control panel with optimized key layout, the articulated monitor arm, organized probe cables with simplified probe selection, and state-of-the-art technology in an advanced yet humble and durable aesthetic.
Designed by: Cheonseop Shin, Sungwon Lim, Junpil Moon, Ui Kim and Kilsu Ha of Samsung Medison
The Equashield Pro is built around Equashield CSTD and relies on an innovative design to redefine the automation workflow and optimize throughout. Unlike a traditional robot’s reliance on arms that mimic human motion to use a needle and syringe, the Equashield Pro uses a multi-station compounding approach to minimize both the motion and time it takes to prepare a dose, much like a factory manufacturing line. The Equashield Pro was designed to make the adoption of robotics in the IV room affordable and straightforward regardless of hospital size.
Designed by: Gonen Daskal, Eric ShemTov and Marino Kriheli of Equashield, LLC
The Intellivue X3 is a portable patient monitor designed to deliver continuous uninterrupted monitoring through a patient’s hospital journey. With the use of multitouch gestures, it provides an intuitive UI experience that quickly adapts to clinicians’ needs for continuous monitoring of the most critical patients during in-hospital patient transport. IntelliVue X3 speeds patient transport with its integration with mobile applications, the hospital network, and interfaces that connect the system to other medical devices and to electronic medical record systems while supporting institution-wide standardization.
Designed by: Philips
The PROXISURE™ is a reusable suturing device that enables precise suturing in laparoscopic procedures. It mimics the dexterity of the wrist through bidirectional 45-degree articulation, 360-degree rotation at the distal end and a curved needle. It was designed to precisely suture and knot tie in tight spaces. The PROXISURE was designed to meet the needs of surgeons in procedures related to bariatric surgeries and gynecological and colorectal procedures.
Designed by: Johnson & Johnson Industrial Design and Human Factors teams and Ethicon
Ruki is a feminine caring system specially designed for females in Taiwan. By getting to know Asian women’s doubts towards to periods, menstrual products and menstrual cups, we could resolve all of them in sequence. The RUKI feminine caring system is categorized into the menstrual cup, cleaning pack and application, and each part will be expected to effectively assist all users in their doubts.
Designed by: Lin Wei-Chun, Jang Yun-Jen, Tunghai University, and Yeh Wen-Kai of NDD Design Group.
HS40 is the ultrasound diagnostic equipment for the emerging market. Its monitor arm folds flat so it can be used in tight spaces. HS40 provides a comfortable position during exams and prevents musculoskeletal disorders for examiners. Its side pocket is designed to be flexible and detachable and its materials are easy to clean, hygienic and highly durable to withstand external shock. The arch shape at the back is an aesthetic design factor—a dedicated space for a printer. Built-in cables for power and data reduces the number of components that can interfere with examinations. Lastly, the sheet metal with resin cover can reduce production costs.
Designed by: Sungwon Lim, Ui Kim, Junpil Moon, Cheonseop Shin, Junghoon Kim of Samsung Medison Co., Ltd.
Pressure Ulcers (PUs), previously referred to as "bed sores," are highly preventable clinical adverse events that cause unnecessary suffering and reduce the quality-of-life of patients. The secondary infections that often accompany PUs also can be life threatening. Dabir Surfaces (Methode Electronics) was created with the sole purpose of developing technology and solutions to help prevent these devastating “Never Events.” From a device perspective, pressure was confirmed to be a factor, but more importantly, it was the duration of the pressure acting on the skin that needed to be addressed. Our compelling human factors success story has utilized input from several industries—resulting in ZERO reported PUs to date when Dabir’s innovative solution is adopted.
Designed by: Steve Elliott, Mike Vettraino of PTI Design
Cell-Cast is designed to utilize low-temperature thermoplastic and improves the overall healing experience for broken bones. Unlike traditional casts, it is lighter, easy-to-make, more breathable and waterproof, to treat patients comfortably. Current casts can smell, cause itching and rash and get wet. Cell-Cast's hollow and waterproof design leaves most of the skin exposed so patients can clean the injured area. Cell-Cast also is easily molded when heated and fits the patient better when being applied, then hardens to support broken bones. And instead of having to cut it was a noisy saw that can scare young patients, health workers simply can use a pair of pliers to remove Cell-Cast.
Designed by: Wan-Chi Chang of National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
The StraightShot® M5 Microdebrider is a state-of-the-art surgical hand piece used in rhinoplasty surgery. This procedure typically involves three instruments simultaneously inserted into a single nasal and sinus cavity that results in instrument and hand interferences throughout surgery. The M5 Microdebrider was designed to reduce the physical mass of the hand piece to an absolute minimum and to prompt the surgeon to use grip architectures that minimize the amount of physical space without compromising tool control.
Designed by: Jonathan Sundy and Bryce Rutter, IDSA of Metaphase Design Group, Inc. for Medtronic