Description
When patients get cold during surgery, their health is jeopardized. Even just a 1ºC drop in temperature leads to infection, longer recovery, and prolonged hospitalization. With hypothermia occurring in over 50% of surgical cases, hospitals need a better way to keep patients warm during surgery. 37C has developed an innovative intraoperative warming device that prevents patient hypothermia and integrates seamlessly into the operating room.
Major Biomedical Engineering (BME)
Sponsor Dr. James Cooke
Advisor James Rains
Primary Email Contact sacevedo@gatech.edu
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Members

Name Major Hometown
Ben Ashby Biomedical Engineering (BME) Omaha, NE
Cray Noah Biomedical Engineering (BME) Houston, TX
MacKenzie Dalbec Biomedical Engineering (BME) Tuscon, AZ
Samantha Acevedo Biomedical Engineering (BME) Phillipsburg, NJ