In part two of this special interview, Chris Jacobs discusses the mechanism of Genteel drawing blood without pain, and why this is important for pediatric patients.
Chris Jacobs is chief research engineer in the development of Genteel, holder of 75 United States and international patents; new medical devices and instrumentation through Oregon Graduate Institute (OGI) and Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Biomedical engineer, designed and assisted in patenting world’s first variable rate cardiac pacemaker; Advanced Medical Technology (AMTEK), 1969, patented. Developed Control Systems for Artificial Kidneys (Renal Clearance); University of Southern California, 1964-1965.
View other videos in the series:
- Part 1: Chris Jacobs, Inventor of Genteel
- Part 2: Drawing Blood Without Pain
- Part 3: Origin of Genteel Testing Device
- Part 4: Demonstrating How Genteel Works