Breast Augmentation Instrument - BME 590 Technical Entrepreneurship

University of Miami, 2001 - $9,800

This E-Team designed an instrument that eases the insertion of implants when using the transaxillary breast augmentation procedure. The device works by holding the implant in an upright position. The first prototype was made out of stainless steel. Eventually, the team planned to test that prototype in surgery and, depending on the results, take it to mass production.