Tag Archives: needs based medical design

UBORA devices in the Industriales Ingenia 2019 ceremony

By | June 27, 2019

Every June, towards the end of academic year, the Industrial Engineering School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (ETSII-UPM) organizes a closure ceremony with all Master’s students and invited personalities from the UPM’s rectorate team and from the regional industry, so as to present engineering systems developed by student teams at ETSII-UPM within the Industriales Ingenia… Read More »

Needs-Based Medical Design

By | May 13, 2019

Brainstorming sessions at University of Pisa Communication is the basis of problem-solving. For biomedical engineers communicating with doctors, nurses and physicians is essential to understand real issues in healthcare facilities and create increasingly performing devices. On this basis, the “Needs-based medical design – Call for ideas” events have given the opportunity to students of the Master… Read More »

Meeting doctors in Mexico

By | December 1, 2018

UBORA is a truly worldwide community of medical device developers which includes engineers, clinicians and patients, for developing needs-based medical healthcare technologies. Recently (November 29th) we met, for example, the doctors of Zambrano Hellion Hospital in Monterrey (MX), one of the most advanced in Latin America. The discussion was focused both on high-tech medical devices… Read More »