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Bachelor's Thesis

Thesis 1 (copy 1)

 

Challenge Goals

1. Critical comparison of emerging solutions importance for Rapidly Manufactured Ventilator Systems

2. Structured summary covering essential information describing reviewed Rapidly Manufactured Ventilator Systems sharable with established databases

Abstract Due to the lack of industry-grade mechanical ventilators resulting from the SARS-CoV-2 circumstances, the hospitals find themselves in a pressing need for alternative solutions. Initiatives from all over the world have emerged and contributed with innovative designs to the effort of developing rapidly manufactured ventilator systems. Such designs are ranging from simple low-cost portable mechanical ventilators to more complex versions. The goal is clear, design a low-cost, simple, easy-to-use and easy-to-build ventilator that can serve the patients, in an emergency timeframe. We are contributing to these global efforts by introducing a #shareresources4healthcare Challenge at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien. This challenge focuses on the need to enhance initial patient diagnostic assessment and the lack of mechanical ventilation devices.

KeywordsFast prototyping, mechanical ventilators, respiratory parameters, assistive ventilation modes

 

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Thesis 1

 

Challenge Goals

1. Critical comparison of emerging solutions importance for Rapidly Manufactured Ventilator Systems

2. Structured summary covering essential information describing reviewed Rapidly Manufactured Ventilator Systems sharable with established databases

Abstract Due to the lack of industry-grade mechanical ventilators resulting from the SARS-CoV-2 circumstances, the hospitals find themselves in a pressing need for alternative solutions. Initiatives from all over the world have emerged and contributed with innovative designs to the effort of developing rapidly manufactured ventilator systems. Such designs are ranging from simple low-cost portable mechanical ventilators to more complex versions. The goal is clear, design a low-cost, simple, easy-to-use and easy-to-build ventilator that can serve the patients, in an emergency timeframe. We are contributing to these global efforts by introducing a #shareresources4healthcare Challenge at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien. This challenge focuses on the need to enhance initial patient diagnostic assessment and the lack of mechanical ventilation devices.

KeywordsFast prototyping, mechanical ventilators, respiratory parameters, assistive ventilation modes

 

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Master's Thesis Proposals

Monitoring Support System for Medical Scoring Systems during Mass Triage Scenarios in Health Care

Challenge Goals

1. Critical comparison of emerging solutions and ethical aspects of on the scene mass triage and medical scoring systems

2. Structured reports and/or technical frameworks covering automated mass triage prototypes and APIs for medical devices in order to automate medical scoring systems.

Abstract Natural catastrophes and pandemics are unexpected disasters which will ultimately occupy fully health care infrastructures and medical staff capacities. Due to high patient incoming numbers, which are linked to these events, patient treatment must be prioritized based on the severity of a patient’s condition and the availability of medical staff and devices. Mass triage & medical scoring systems are decision support systems which help decision makers to efficiently prioritize individual treatment during these difficult circumstances. The aim of this project is to develop an automated monitoring concept based on different triage & medical assessment processes in order to improve working conditions and reduce medical mis-determination.

KeywordsTriage systems in mass disasters, rapid emergency medicine score (REMS), acute physiologic assessment and chronic health evaluation (APACHE)

 

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Internships