Early Warning System May Save Lives from Sepsis

Filbin-Heldt-Grand-Challenge-bannerMassachusetts General Hospital clinicians and a Massachusetts Institute of Technology biomedical engineering team are developing a computer-based early warning system to alert clinicians when a patient might have a deadly condition called sepsis. This MGH-MIT collaborative project has helped shorten by half the time it takes clinicians to start patients with sepsis on lifesaving antibiotics.

You can learn more about this collaboration here.

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Smartphone to Screen for Male Infertility

SA_Image_6: The smartphone-based semen analyzer can be used to test for male infertility from the privacy of your home. The 3D printed setup costing <$5 can analyze most semen samples in less than 5 seconds.

Smartphone Device Accurately Screens for Male Infertility

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