On February 21st, ivWatch hosted Pizza My Mind. CNU alumni Matthew Alley, Director of Engineering at ivWatch, leds the presentation, joined by interns and current CNU students, Isaac Sutor and Austin Sutton.
The goal of the company is to develop new ways to make delivering IVs to patients safer and ultimately save the patients and hospital money while protecting them from IV-related complications. When administered poorly, IVs can cause significant damage to a patient, making the work done at ivWatch very important. In order to combat the issue of IV-related complications, the ivWatch Model 400 is currently being developed to better monitor for proper IV application using sensors.
Both Isaac and Austin added that there are opportunities to work with data scraping and management as well. If you would like to learn more then see the site below: