As I was reading the introduction and part one from Get Me Out by Randi Hutter Epstein, I realized how blessed yet wicked this generation truly is. Today, we see ourselves as the all mighty when it comes to viewing the medical field, which is true seeing the progress and changes that have happened... Continue Reading →
When All is Said and Done… – Emily G.
Dear class of 2019, congratulations on finishing your first semester of your Sophomore year! I know that WHAP is probably already stressing you out (not to scare you, but it does indeed get worse), and you're running on about six hours of sleep, but I'm here to let you know that it's okay, because your... Continue Reading →
Almost to the end… -Yadira
Hello Reader, Human Relief has continued to work hard for the time since I've last checked in. Currently we are being to shift our focus back on our prototype model, everything has been very hectic lately, with many assignments being due at the same time, so I priorites moved slightly. We had focused on the... Continue Reading →
Stopping wrist injuries with the use of “Rolly Polly” -Brianna P.
My team, Titans have come a long way from our original design and we are on our way to make a successful design of a wrist protection device; however we have faced a couple of challenges along the way. One of the challenges me and another teammate are currently working on is making sure that... Continue Reading →
Disc-Located – Capri J.
In Disc-Located, we have made a lot of suggestions and improvements that will benefit not only our product but our customers as well. We are now getting to our testing stage and this is where our team really started to think about how the device will benefit our customers and how it will stand against... Continue Reading →
Prototyping to the Max – Savannah
We have currently been working on our prototype for the past few class periods. We have started to set up the knee brace and add some padding to help keep the Patella in place. Also earlier in the process, Cynthia and I got to 3D print some hinges we thought we were going to use... Continue Reading →
Mimicking Sutures and Becoming Business Women – Vania N., OrthoDocs
Since last having updated on the progress of OrthoDocs, the team has come a long way. At this moment in time there might be many assignments that need to be completed for other classes as well as preparing for any last tests before finals, but our team is still somehow holding ourselves together. In... Continue Reading →
Prototypes and Feedback for The Knee Team- Rinda G
Last week, the Knee team turned in a first draft of an advertisement that would advertise our design, which we named The KP 360. We named it the KP 360 because KP stands for Knee Protector, and we don't want your knee to rotate 360 degrees. while the name seems a little silly, we think... Continue Reading →
A Banker May Have Lost His Interest in Financing, but the Businesswoman Only Gained It. – Emily G.
In the past week, I have been dreading the unforgettable blog post. What would I write for it? How would I be subtly snarky and clever as I always am in my writing? Which specific forgettable instances would I comment on this time? In the midst of this frazzled thinking, I decided to look up... Continue Reading →
Printing and Sewing, OrthoDocs Tool-Up- Vania N., Zaira R., Apolonia., Brenda V.
At the moment, we are into the 5th six weeks and time is going by fast. These past few weeks have made us more conscious of aspects that our group hadn't thought about, such as other anatomical parts that will be covered/ protected by the protective gear. Now having in mind how we might... Continue Reading →