Open Source Collection of Appropriate Technologies, BioMedical Devices and other projects

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Open Source multi-channel EEG/ECG/EMG EKG/EMG shield

Enabling the Future
NIH 3D Print Exchange
The Open Prosthetics Project
Open BioMedical Initiative (WIL: Wired Limb; FABLE:  Fingers Activated By Low-cost Electronics)

Neonatal Incubator (BOB – Baby On Board) by OpenBioMedical Initiative

Open Medical Devices
Medical Device Coordination Framework