ImPulse revolutionises paediatric cardiac surgery training with high-fidelity, 3D-printed heart simulation modules. Bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and hands-on practice, these modules are based on actual patient CT and MRI scans, offering a realistic experience of surgical procedures. Thanks to its modularity, customisability, and reusability, ImPulse seeks to standardise and democratise surgical training, reducing the need for real patient cases, thereby reducing patient risk. Developed in collaboration with medical professionals and humanitarian agencies, ImPulse aims for global health equality by ensuring consistent, high-quality surgical training, regardless of location or resources.
As an award-winning industrial medical designer and design researcher, I'm passionate about addressing contemporary environmental and medical challenges, as well as mobility, accessibility, and humanitarian issues. Challenging projects excite me, allowing me to learn new disciplines and connect with new people. I'm continuing the work on 'ImPulse' as a personal endeavour, intending to advance its R&D in a post-graduate or research setting. I sincerely believe in its potential to save lives. I'm also the founder of 'Laminar', a venture that promotes sustainability through reusable toothpaste tubes and innovative refill systems. We're currently in the pre-seed phase and actively seeking partnerships with toothpaste producers and industry players. morePortfolio LinkedIn Instagram
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