Quiet COVID-19 heroes recognized provincially for invention of potentially life-saving medical equipment

It’s a really exciting project that makes perfect sense and whose timing couldn’t have been better when you think about what’s going on with COVID-19 and how important patient respiration has become. A former team of NAIT biomedical engineering technology students has found a way to breathe new life into a critical device: the Bag Me Up Scotty 5000 (BMUS 5000).
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Bellerose grad recognized for robo-squeezy bag

A Bellerose Composite alumnus has won provincial fame for his plans for a device that could help paramedics keep patients breathing. The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) team of former St. Albert resident Daniel Tkaczyk, Zyryl Mariano, and Edgard Jose was announced March 29 as one of the seven finalists for the 2021 Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) Capstone Project of the Year Award.
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