Project Lucille

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A Bayer pilot project required a future conceptual design for the Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences department CEO’s. The future concept was based on an in-house app platform which all bio-metric data can interact and be stored. Devices such as a Tens device were released shortly after this imitative. In July 2016 Bayer announced an Aleve Direct Therapy, drug-free, pain relief device, now available at retailers nationwide. The TENS device stand for (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) technology. The device provides drug-free, deep penetrating lower-back pain relief, without a prescription.

There are many devices already in use moving the health industry into a new field. New sensors available  for Snoring, Blood Pressure, SPO2, Glucometer & Body Scale Index are improving. A  Glucometer Sensor allows the user to measure the approximate concentration of glucose in blood through an app on their phone. The new generation of eHealth and medical development products are based on digital data feedback and user interface. It was a great experience working on a project which will help to utilize clean simple iconic design for easy and quick processing of various data threads.

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