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Join us on Tuesday, May 4 for a virtual celebration showcasing student innovation and creativity at Hopkins Engineering annual Design Day!
Design Day Projects
FMIC – Foley Microscope Inline Catheter
Program: Mechanical Engineering
The goal of FMIC is to produce an inline lens free spectroscopy device capable of performing continuous urinalysis of hospitalized Foley catheter patients. By providing real time data, this device could help reduce the amount of unnecessary time patients spend with a catheter, as well as decrease the overall chances of catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs).
Prof. Nicholas Durr, PhD
Prof. Rene Vidal, PhD
Prof. Stuart Ray, MD
Ben Haeffele, PhD
Prof. Nathan Scott, PhD
Anisha Oommen, PhD Student
Seena Vafaee, MSE Student
Additional Project Information
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Foley Microscope Inline Catheter device for monitoring patient urine schedule and composition.
Quick summary of the project and work the FMIC21 team has completed from fall 2020 to spring 2021.
Stock Videos (microscope): www.videvo.net