BME100 f2018:Group13 T1030 L6

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Name: Mckenna Godman
Name: Haley Ellis
Name: Amanda Hackett
Name: Ali Fahy
Name: Jacob Ries

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Bayesian Statistics

Overview of the Original Diagnosis System In BME 100 Lab Section 10:30 A.M. there are 16 groups of about 5 students each. A total of 32 patients were diagnosed from these teams, with 2 patients per team. In order to prevent error, groups were required to take 3 pictures for each sample mixed, and 2 replicates. A total of 8 solutions

What Bayes Statistics Imply about This Diagnostic Approach

Intro to Computer-Aided Design

3D Modeling
We used Solid Works for the Computer-Aided design portion of this lab and while we had some experience with the software from BME-182, the process still proved rather tedious, very trial and error. To start, we had to make the fluorimeter itself with real life dimensions from the one we used in class. Then we made a separate part for the camera to be attached on the side, this one wasn't based on any dimensions we knew of in real life. We struggled to make the two parts within the assembly scaled to one another so it took a while to edit through that. Overall the experience was a beneficial learning experience because the device turned out just as we had hoped.

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What we added to the fluorimeter was a camera, similar looking to that of a GoPro, to give more of an all in one feel to the device. This way you can have the pictures taken and stored within the device, you don't need to use your own.

Feature 1: Consumables

Feature 2: Hardware - PCR Machine & Fluorimeter