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Energy Harvesting from Thermally Buckled Piezoelectric Beams
This technology is a novel thermally buckled piezoelectric beam design for energy harvesting by aligning the beam frequency with the body’s natural vibrations. This technology can generate sufficient electricity to power biomedical sensors and devices inside the human body.70637003
Published: 4/28/2016   |   Inventor(s): M. Amin Karami, Mohammad Hossein Ansari
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Biomedical Science and Engineering, Technology Classifications > Electronics, Technology Classifications > Energy, Campus > University at Buffalo
X-ray Attenuator System for ROI Imaging
A mechanical shutter-like attenuator with advanced image processing to equalize image brightness for region of interest real-time processing while reducing exposure to radiation.One of the primary concerns with radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging is minimizing potentially harmful effects of ionizing radiation while still maintaining image quality....
Published: 7/29/2014   |   Inventor(s): Stephen Rudin
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Biomedical Science and Engineering, Technology Classifications > Imaging, Technology Classifications > Instrumentation, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > University at Buffalo
Neural Network for Predicting Respiratory Disturbance Index
The invention is an artificial neural network that can predict the respiratory disturbance index of patients suspected of sleep apnea syndrome. An artificial neural network is a numerical processor that accepts multiple features simultaneously, usually in digital form about a series of individual cases. Artificial neural networks have a propensity for...
Published: 9/7/2012   |   Inventor(s): Brydon J. Grant (Deceased), Ali El-Solh
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Biomedical Science and Engineering, Technology Classifications > Healthcare, Technology Classifications > Dental > Diagnostics, Campus > University at Buffalo
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