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  1. Pervasive Brain-Mobile Interfacing (BMoI) is a new trend that has significantly increased within this decade through the creation of wearable dry contact electroencephalogram (EEG) sensors. Unfortunately, current commercially wearable brain sensors have low accuracy, power limitations and computational restraint based from mobile devices. These lim...
    Published: 11/22/2017
  2. In standard medical practice, the patient and their medical image data are decoupled after imaging. Image visualization is primarily confined to screens that are not registered with respect to the patient's body. This is cumbersome and requires more time for healthcare providers to orient the images relevant to the patient. It would be ideal to hav...
    Published: 11/17/2017
  3. Radiography is currently the most common medical imaging procedure performed in the world, and the demand for radiography is expected to increase in the coming years. Particularly in less developed countries where there is a demand for a much more ruggedized technology, the market may skip conventional x-ray film technology in lieu of digital radio...
    Published: 3/2/2017
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  4. Carotid Intima-Media Thickness (CIMT) measurement is a non-invasive, sensitive, and highly reproducible technique for cardiovascular risk stratification. Interpreting a CIMT video involves three operations: (1) select three end-diastolic ultrasound frames (EUFs) in each video; (2) localize a region of interest (ROI) approximately 1 cm distal from t...
    Published: 12/26/2016
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  5. High speed mid-infrared (MIR) photodetectors are crucial in numerous applications, ranging from hyper-spectral imaging and biomedical sensing to environmental monitoring and astronomy. However, fundamental limitations in current technologies restrict the scope of use for these photodetectors. Current technologies suffer from weaknesses such as redu...
    Published: 12/24/2016
    Inventor(s): Yu Yao
  6. Vital signs are critical for the diagnosis and management of various diseases. With the advent, availability and portability of electronic devices such as cell phones, new opportunities for monitoring vital signs are becoming increasingly realized. Unfortunately, most current systems which monitor vital signs suffer from low frequency noise and unw...
    Published: 12/13/2016
    Keywords(s): Health Monitoring
  7. Vital signs are critical for the diagnosis and management of various diseases. With the advent, availability and portability of electronic devices such as cell phones, new opportunities for monitoring vital signs are becoming increasingly realized. Unfortunately, most current systems which monitor vital signs suffer from low frequency noise and unw...
    Published: 12/13/2016
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  8. The quality of IMPT treatment plans may be drastically diminished by uncertainties such as proton range and patient setup errors. If these uncertainties are not figured into treatment planning, the dose distribution that the patient receives may not be the same as the planned dose distribution. New treatment plans, which include optimized software/...
    Published: 9/21/2016
    Inventor(s): Jianming Liang, Yu An, Wei Liu
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  9. Vital signs are critical for the diagnosis and management of various diseases. With the advent, availability and portability of electronic devices such as cell phones, new opportunities for monitoring vital signs are becoming increasingly realized. Unfortunately, most current systems which monitor vital signs suffer from low frequency noise and unw...
    Published: 8/23/2016
    Keywords(s): Health Monitoring
  10. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States and fourth worldwide. Colorectal cancer often develops from precancerous polyps which, when found early, may be easily and safely removed. Colorectal polyps are often asymptomatic and are typically detected through routine optical colonoscopy (OC) screening. While th...
    Published: 8/16/2016
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