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    Vancouver is one of the most livable cities in the world and the home of the Electrical & Computer Engineering in Medicine research group.

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    Work in the Operating theatre

    Our Co-directors Dr. Mark Ansermino and Dr. Guy Dumont are testing new anesthesia monitoring devices in the OR.

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    The Intelligent Anesthesia Navigator

    Improved knowledge is the foundation of improved decision making in the operating room.

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    Award at the ASA conference 2009

    Scientifc & Educational Exhibit featuring our "Intelligent Anesthesia Navigator" at the 2009 ASA conference in New Orleans.

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Welcome

The Electrical & Computer Engineering in Medicine research group is a unique collaboration of engineers, computer scientists, psychologists and clinicians focused on performing innovative research at the interface between technology and patient care. Our vision is to e nhance patient-centered care using innovation in technologies and treatments. One of our key objectives is to develop the intelligent anesthesia navigator (IAN), which aims to address the needs of modern anesthesiologists.

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical & Computer Engineering in Medicine (ECEM)
Pediatric Anesthesia Research Team, BC Children's Hospital
1L7-4480 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC Canada V6H 3V4
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