Memphis Technology Recognized in Time Magazine

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A technology developed by Herbert Zeman, PhD, associate professor at UTHSC, was recently recognized in Time Magazine as “one of the Most Amazing Inventions of 2004.”

A technology developed by Herbert Zeman, PhD, associate professor in the University of Tennessee College of Health Science Engineering, was recently recognized in Time Magazine as “One of the Most Amazing Inventions of 2004.”

A vein-contrast-enhancement device known as OnTarget, makes vein access easier by capturing an infrared image of the veins. It then enhances the contrast using software and projects the vein image back onto the skin. OnTarget is able to highlight placement of the veins within 0.06 mm.

This invention was commercialized by Connehill Biomedics in Memphis.