MRISAR's R&D: Early Medical Life Signs Monitors, circa 1991
MRISAR's early R&D Medical Life Signs Monitors, all designed and protoyped in 1991.
CARAS l; Apnea alarm prototype built in 1991. It has an oscilloscope, heart and respiration alarms. It also has Adaptive Tech accessories for the disabled.
NICAS; Monitor for detecting changes in metabolic rates as occurring during disturbances in sleep cycles. It is designed to reduce nightmare induced sleep traumas. Built in 1991. It also has Adaptive Tech accessories for the disabled.
ICARAS; Apnea monitor with adaptation for the disabled through voice synthesis and vibrating wrist transducer. Unit features high and low heart rate, respiration rate and temperature detection housed in a case size which is 6" x 6" x 3 1/2". As of 1991 it was 1/3 the size of most commercially produced units. These units can now be the size of a pocket watch.
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