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Non-invasive Blood Flow Velocity Detection System




Tsai Tung-Lin / MIRDC

Designers / Creators / Authors / Leaders

Lung Chi-Wen, Tsai Meng-Chin, Tseng Chun-Chieh, Lin Yu Sheng, Chen Chun-Ming, and Wang Pei-Hua

Non-invasive Blood Flow Velocity Detection System

Vascular anastomosis repair surgery is a surgical method used for repairing blood vessels after extensive tissue treatment in the field of surgery. However, traditional vascular anastomosis repair surgery has a failure rate of approximately 15-20%, leading to thrombosis. This, in turn, causes blood vessel blockages and detachment, posing risks of wound infection and tissue necrosis. It has been a persistent concern for surgeons.

The design represents the world's first "Non-invasive Blood Flow Velocity Detection System" aimed at preventing thrombosis. It addresses current clinical issues, such as the susceptibility of invasive blood flow detection external wires to infections, easy detachment, the risk of blood vessel rupture and damage upon removal after use, and the inability to provide continuous monitoring.

This design streamlines current surgical procedures and postoperative recovery concerns, achieving minimally invasive, rapid, and safe postoperative detection and early warning of blood vessel blockages and detachment. It can effectively prevent these situations from occurring promptly. Additionally, it can enhance the postoperative success rates for doctors.

This design boasts high precision, continuous monitoring, non-contact functionality, is unaffected by depth, and does not require operation by trained nursing personnel. It helps reduce the stress on healthcare professionals and contributes to the enhancement of healthcare quality.

This design offers advantages such as continuous monitoring, high convenience, no risk of infection, and minimal risk of vascular damage, effectively addressing the drawbacks of commonly used clinical devices.

RFID technology improves signal transmission efficiency, amplifies signal transmission, providing immediate displays of blood flow conditions and alerting to thrombosis situations, and enhances signal sensitivity to achieve excellent signal transmission results. It simplifies surgical procedures, reducing the workload for doctors and healthcare staff while shortening patient recovery times.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it reduces postoperative recovery time and surgical risks, making surgeries more accessible and safer.

Non-invasive Blood Flow Velocity Detection System
Non-invasive Blood Flow Velocity Detection System
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