The Minister of Science and Technology, Andrés Couve, appreciated the work carried out by the Certemed UV laboratory in the inspection of mechanical ventilators for emergencies (VM-E) as part of the work carried out by the electromedical devices safety inspection body doctors created at the School of Biomedical Civil Engineering of the University of Valparaíso. … Continue reading Minister Couve highlights the work of Certemed UV in inspecting new mechanical fans
The creation of a predictive model that allows physicians to estimate the probability of Covid-19 from the integration of demographic, epidemiological, clinical, social and environmental data that are within the Epivigila system used by the Ministry of Health for surveillance of Communicable diseases is the objective of the project awarded by the academic Carla Taramasco, … Continue reading Predictive model created that will allow doctors to estimate probability of Covid-19 infections
A functional prototype of a mechanical fan, whose main characteristic is that it works without the need for a critical bed, are being developed by a group of students and academics from the School of Civil Biomedical Engineering of the University of Valparaíso, together with engineers from the USM, which next week will undergo an … Continue reading Center researchers develop a new mechanical fan that works without the need for a critical bed
The Center for Research and Development in Health Engineering of the University of Valparaíso (CINGS-UV) was created at the end of 2018 under the eaves of the Faculty of Engineering in order to respond to technological, innovation and generation needs of knowledge that society and in particular the region require in the field of Health Engineering.
Currently the center has a strategic alliance with the Schools of Engineering C. Biomedical and Engineering C. Computer Science of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Valparaíso
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