Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College students successfully invent Bio SIM


Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Vattamalaipalayam, is very keen to nurture innovation and creativity through its Ministry of Education-recognized collaborative innovation Centre.

This Centre motivates students to participate in Hackathons, Open Innovation competitions and solve problems which are relevant to industries, research, humanity and society. One such initiative is the development of a product in healthcare supporting the nursing and paramedical staff in the hospitals. This product is developed by the students of Biomedical Engineering with the support of faculty through the innovation Centre. This product Bio SIM is a smart monitoring system to continuously monitor the administration of IV fluids to patients in different wards.

This product continuously monitors the fluid level and gives alerts in the form of a buzzer, to the nurse station and also through the mobile app, helping remote monitoring when the fluid goes down below a critical level ,This will prove to be very helpful for the nursing staff on duty to take care of the number of patients in the wards.

This product is being launched at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital by the Managing Trustee D. Lakshminarayanaswamy, SNR Sons Charitable Trust in the presence of C V. Ramkumar, Chief Executive Officer, Dr. P. Sukumar, the Dean of the hospital, Dr. P.Ramkumar, Head ICU, Dr. S. Alagappan RMO, Dr. J. Karpagam , Head of Nursing, Poornima, Chief of Operations. All of them said that this product developed by the department of Biomedical Engineering of Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, is very simple to use and very helpful for the nursing staff. Dr. N.R. Alamelu, Principal, M. Ganesh, Advisor, Industry Connect and Innovation, Dr. V. Ramamurthy, Head, Biomedical Engineering congratulated the team and were present during the launch. The innovation and incubation team from Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College were also present and said that this product is being commercialized for use by the various hospitals through one of its incubatees Tectzo Solutions in the campus.

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