Could a robot perform trachea intubation? How about letting AI guide clinicians and paramedics in inserting the tube into people's airways?
Philippe Ganz is the CEO and co-founder of aiEndoscopic. With background in aeronautical engineering he switched to physics that he found too theoretical and ended up happily with biomedical engineering.
aiEndoscopic is a Swiss seed-stage startup that developed larynGuide an AI assisted guiding software for safer video laryngoscopy. Think: guided tracheal intubation for beginners. A fully robotic solution, IntuBot, comes next. And they do not stop there.
Find them at
If you've enjoyed listening, you'll make us happy by clicking "Follow" on X-Health.show and leaving a review.
The information in this podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. If you have any medical questions, please consult your healthcare practitioner. The opinions on the show are Alex's or her guests. The podcast does not make any responsibility or warranties about guests statements or credibility. While the podcast makes every effort to ensure that the information shared is accurate, please let us know if you have any comments, suggestions or corrections.