Johns Hopkins University, $5,000

PranaPulse has created a low-cost, 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) device to bring accurate diagnoses of ischemic heart disease to underserved rural populations. The device connects via USB and through an Android application can collect and transfer ECG data to a cardiologist for diagnosis. The cardiologist can then prescribe an individualized treatment for each patient electronically.

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