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Description

Study of the diaphragm muscle in normal conditions and different pathologies, like:

  • dystrophy,
  • atrophy after controlled mechanical ventilation of lungs,
  • fibrosis and resulting pump failure,
  • diaphragm inflammation,
  • complications related to endotoxemia and lung inflammation.
Needs a transducer that can measure force between 0.1N and 1N.

Applications 

  • Physiology

Short-term goals

  • Create bath 
  • Create a new transducer in the range 0.1-1.0N

Long-term goals

Install the system, get data and feedback.  

Milestones

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Participants

Ivan, Francois, Tibi, Jonathan
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Incentives

This is a first real sale of a complete solution. 

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Tools, activities, and processes

Diigo [add link]

Skills and resources needed

  • 3D modeling
  • mechanical engineering
  • electronics
  • photonics


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Status


Sept 13, 2012 
We made a first bath manually, using very simple tools. 
Next step - find a conventional machining shop for execution. 



Beginning Sept 2013 
We are completing the design of the bath, and we'll make the first prototype. 

We are arranging another meeting to close the first loop for the bath, and move forward with the transducer. 



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