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Novel Electrolyte Formulation to Enhance Cardiac Function
­THE CHALLENGE There are over 350,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests each year, with each patient seen by EMS receiving a liter of crystalloid solution (usually 0.9% saline). Only about two thirds of those patients have a pulse return; the remainder die from the condition called pulseless electrical activity (PEA) or electromechanical disassociation....
Published: 4/22/2022   |   Inventor(s): Steven Poelzing, David King
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Category(s): Biomedical
Optimized Intravenous Solution as Adjuvant Pharmacotherapy
We developed an electrolytic range for an enhanced resuscitation fluid that enhances cardiac dynamics during administration of compounds known to have deliterious cardiac side-effects. The electrolytic composition of these solutions fall within the normal physiologic range of human plasma, and are therefore biocompatible with humans according to our...
Published: 2/6/2017   |   Inventor(s): Steven Poelzing
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Category(s): Drug Delivery
Adhesive Weight Estimator
Increasingly, consumers are printing package shipping labels using online tools. The United States Post Office alone estimates there were 53.6 million number of Click-N-Ship labels printed in 2016. The cost of shipping is dependent on the size and weight of the package. Most users have access to a ruler or measuring tape to estimate package size quickly...
Published: 1/11/2017   |   Inventor(s): Steven Poelzing
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Category(s): Consumer Products
Automatic Centerline Isolation and Continuous Width Measurements Between Two Edges
This program takes any image with two nearly-parallel edges and identifies the centerline between them. During that process, the program measures the distance between those edges at each point along the centerline, resulting in a continuous width measurement between the two edges. This information is generated within seconds and can be used to identify...
Published: 9/26/2016   |   Inventor(s): Tristan Raisch, Steven Poelzing, Rengasayee Veeraraghavan
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Category(s): Medical, Engineering