User Interface Design: Keeping the User in Mind
mbits-partner UID cooperating in the joint project HoloMed, is currently working on the design of the future user interface. Due to a simple and safe application, that is adapted to the needs of the treating staff of neurosurgery, they aim an ideal support during the ventricular puncture. The UID has published a time lapse video of its work.
Successful test of mRay gesture control
The Diakonissenkrankenhaus Mannheim is testing the contactless operation of mRay
Under the direction of Dr. med. Markus Bochhacker the Diakonissenkrankenhaus Mannheim successfully tested the touchless control of mRay under operating conditions. The aim of the gesture control is the intuitive, comfortable handling of our app under sterile conditions. The promising results of the test are now evaluated and published promptly. We will keep you up to date.
mRay 5.8 is there
A new version of our app is now available. mRay 5.8 offers an improved reporting workflow, the possibility of an HL-7 connection and a freely configurable search.
Besides some performance optimizations, the new version also includes a first update of the module mRay-VEOcore. The automated perfusion analysis with VEOcore 1.1 is more performant than before.
The update is now available for all systems (iOS, Android, Windows) in AppStore and Google Play. A current desktop version can be found at the following link: https://mbits.info/downloads/mray.
UMG evaluated mRay
The University Medicine Göttingen comes to excellent results with their scientific examination of our mRay-App
Im Plos-Journal published the Universitätsmedizin Göttingen its scientific studies on mRay.
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mbits research project at HS Ulm
In cooperation with mbits new methods for stroke treatment are being researched at the HSU
mbits is a cooperative partner of the ThromboMap third-party funding project, which began in April and aims to develop new stroke treatment methods over a three-year period. With the help of a newly established research laboratory at the Technische Hochschule Ulm, doctoral students and several bachelor and master students are investigating new possibilities for the safe removal of blood clots in the brain. mbits supports the project with the know-how around our fully automated stroke evaluation mRay-VEOcore.