Harvard Docs create tool that can save lives
Hospital patients are hooked up to a host of machines monitoring vital signs from heart rate to breathing rhythm, but there isn’t a way to regularly record and process all this data – until now.
Wyss Institute launches hospital data acquisition startup to improve bedside monitoring
New startup company aims to enable continuous collection of data to better characterize physiological changes and treatment in patients
Why this Boston startup wants to mine your vital signs
Technology developed out of Harvard's Wyss Institute that collects and stores vital signs at the patient's bedside may soon be available in hospitals, with a new startup licensing and commercializing the technology.
Harvard Wyss Institute spins out apnea prevention startup MediCollector
Researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University developed bedside data-acquisition software as part of its infant apnea prevention program. Now, it's spun off the technology into a new startup known as MediCollector.
Startup to Commercialize Bedside Monitoring Software Developed As Part of Infant Apnea Prevention Program
The bedside data-acquisition software of The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University will be commercialized by a recently formed startup company, MediCollector LLC.
Harvard spinout stores vitals data from hospital monitors
As a patient recovers in hospital after surgery, she’s hooked to a raft of machines by the bed monitoring heart rates, oxygen levels, breathing rhythms and more. Together, those monitors provide a real-time snapshot of a person’s vitals, but that data is typically not mined for later use. A spinout from Harvard University wants to change that...