Patient Positioning Aid. E. Vargas, M. Britan, E. Kordieh Department of Biomedical Engineering Stony Brook University. Outline. Background / Design Criteria Engineering Analysis Design Solution Answer question: why? Acknowledgements. Background.
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E. Vargas, M. Britan, E. Kordieh
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Stony Brook University
Aim:Versatile, low-cost, easy-to-adjust patient positioning aid that works with a range of examination tables…and meets the customer needs below.
Major problem: not fixed positioning
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