Regina engineering technologists recognized for new health care technology
Two engineering technologists working primarily at the Regina General Hospital are being recognized for their work on an innovative health care project in Alberta. The Bag Me Up Scotty 5000 (BMUS 5000) is a joint effort between Daniel Tkaczyk, Edgard Jose and their former classmate at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Zyryl Mariano.
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Automated bag valve mask named Capstone Project finalist
Two Regina engineering technologists are being recognized for their work on a project that’s breathing new life into a critical healthcare device. The Bag Me Up Scotty 5000 is an automated, touchscreen upgrade to manual bag valve masks, which are used during CPR and intubation. The project was completed with the help of a classmate at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and has now been named a finalist for the 2021 Capstone Project of the Year Award.