During endoscopic surgeries, there is a need to make the endoscopic equipment and TV monitor system easier to transport.
There is a need to reduce the user unfamiliarity that arises from having similar equipment with different steps required to operate.
There is a need to monitor internal bleeding that does not require the patient to stay the night at the hospital in order to reduce costs.
There is a need for a fabric that absorbs blood and is able to be cut into smaller pieces without fraying and leaving pieces inside of the body or wound..
There is a need for a method to detect gastric cancer at an earlier stage in order to increase the success rate of treatments.
There is a need for medical equipment with a user interface and instruction manual that can be easily understood by surigcal staff of different culture and language abilities, thereby increasing surgical team ease of use and reducing staff training time.