Capacitive Sensor Bed System


Inquiry: What if technology could empower both surgeons and medical device manufacturers to deliver an elevated standard of care?


Capacitive sensor bed system



Research Partner

ASU, Creighton

Principle Investigator

Hannah Eherenfeldt

Research Objective:

Product Development



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urgery is a field where precision and skill are paramount, but quantitative data on surgical performance is often lacking. ReSuture, in collaboration with Arizona State University and Creighton University, is working to fill this gap with its wearable capacitive sensor bed. Placed opposite the surgical area, the sensor provides real-time data on intraoperative pressures and three-dimensional movement, giving surgeons critical information during procedures. The company's technology aims to set objective metrics for surgical skill, benefitting both medical professionals and device manufacturers in the quest for higher standards of care.

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