From designing surgical tools to developing roadmaps for the digital healthcare transition: Explore Medisign's latest graduation projects

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Yoon prototyped a system called the Cacophony Mapper, which tracks sound stimuli and nurses’ stress levels to study and improve the sound environment in an intensive care unit.

Cacaphony Mapper: Noise Fatigue in the ICU

Yoon Lee

(2019)

Tim wanted to create a toy for children with physical disabilities that used their special skills to promote inclusion.

Cyborg Nerf Blaster for Disabled Kids

Tim Tietze

(2019)

Martina wanted to improve the shared decision-making process in the cardiology department at Amsterdam UMC by creating a booklet on life-prolonging treatments for patients with advanced heart failure.

Deciding with Heart

Martina Pozzoni

(2019)

Henrique designed Atrium, a well-informed digital platform designed to reduce the friction of initiating social interactions between university peers.

Atrium: well-being on digital campus

Henrique Meyrelles

(2021)

Laura designed ICoon, a tool to facilitate more effective and efficient patient handovers in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

The art of handing over

Laura Schrauwen

(2020)

Hanneke proposes a tool to improve communication between patients and specialists in the digital world of 2030.

The consultation of the future

Hanneke van der Velden

(2019)

Nina designed The Bumpy Road, a platform to support the healthy mental development of adolescents from a holistic perspective.

The bumpy road

Nina Schouten

(2019)

Ward developed an AI-based eye disease detection service to prevent irreversible vision loss.

A-EYE: AI eye disease detection

Ward de Leve

(2021)

Hosana wanted to help families with children with congenital heart defects (CHD) understand the safe limits of exercise and play.

BO: promoting exercise for kids with heart defects

Hosana Morales

(2020)

Filippo developed a discreet device to monitor atrial fibrillation among elderly people to improve their care.

MYO: measure atrial fibrillation discreetly

Filippo Petrocchi

(2019)

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