HACKERS and HOSPITALS

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HACKERS and HOSPITALS is an effort to coordinate Hackers with Hospitals during an immediate time of need.

The wiki is divided into two sections: Participate and Resources. Participate is a list of ways that anyone can help with the project. Resources are projects that are working toward helping.

Participate

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we needed to help coordinate the medical needs of hospitals with local area fabricators. HACKERS and HOSPITALS is no longer limited to fighting against COVID-19.

We have a large number of healthcare professionals, hackers, makers, engineers, biomedical innovators, and crafters. If we can all work together, we can save lives.

As of 20220407, HACKERS and HOSPITALS lists 147 projects.

Participate is a list of ways that anyone can help with the project.

  • Share this wiki page!
  • Join the mailing list!
  • Edit this page! Anyone can do so.
    • Register and login.
    • Search for plans that are licensed under a free culture license and post them here.
    • If you are working on a plan...
  • Find out what your local needs are.
    • Organize local fabricators and hospitals.
    • Assess the needs of the hospitals.
    • Do not produce unless there is a need.
  • Consider emailing the project heads at https://covidinnovation.partners.org/wg-info/ to join a MGB Center for COVID Innovation working group. Note: The group uses Zoom, Slack, and Google Drive, but has assured me that their results would be public domain.

If you have any suggestions, questions or comments regarding HACKERS and HOSPITALS, you can contact: michael at fsf.org

Resources

Resources are projects that are working toward helping.

Before fabricating any equipment, check first with your local hospitals to see if this is what they need and will use. Each hospital will have its own requirements.

Reviewed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Face Shields

  • CVHCS Laser Cut or 3D Printable Face shield - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC0
  • Face Shield - PNWS
    • Short NIH
    • Full NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • SLS Printed RAG Mask - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • 3DVerkstan 3D printed face shield head band - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
  • 3D Printed Face Shield - MITRE - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • DtM-v3.1 Face Shield PPE, 3D printable headband - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
  • IC3D Budmen Face Shield - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
  • Faceshield 1 - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • Note: No laser cutting tools required.
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Georgia Tech Face Shield - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • DtM lightweight Remix - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY-SA
  • DtM-v4.0 Face Shield PPE - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • Note: Design for Injection Molding.
    • NIH
    • License: CC0
  • MADE - Injection Moldable Face Shield - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC0
  • UW-DFab Injection Moldable COVID-19 Face Shield - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY-SA
  • Prusa Protective Face Shield RC3 US version - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
  • Scrunchie shield - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use

Face Shield Adapters

  • Prusa RC3 Elastic Strap Clip - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • WashU Strap Adapter for 3D Printed Face Shield - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY

Face Masks

  • Stopgap Surgical Face Mask (SFM) Revision B - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • Note: Requests for a remix with larger elastic.
    • License: CC-BY
  • Stopgap Surgical Face Mask (SFM) - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY

Cloth mask adapters

Devices that relieve pressure on the ears during long-term usage of masks.

  • Mask Comfort Strap - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • Quick to print at 1mm thick and semi flexible with PETG or PLA filament.
    • License: CC-BY
    • Only the straight piece - NIH
    • Only the curved piece - NIH
    • Great use of small 3D printers.
  • Surgical Mask Band for Ear Comfort - Extra Security V2 - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
  • Surgical Mask Tension Release Band for Ear Comfort & Extended Use - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
  • Disposable Ear Relief Strap - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Universal Ear-saver - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Flexible Mask Hook (Simple) - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Ear Saver for Surgical Mask - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Ear Savers for health workers - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Mask Head Harness v1.5 - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Face Mask Ear Savers - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-NC-SA :(
  • Mask Fitter by Bellus3D - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY-NC :(
  • Surgical Mask Tension Release Band STRISSE - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for clinical use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY-NC-SA :(

Unreviewed PPE

Face Shields

Cloth Masks

Cloth mask adapters

Devices that relieve pressure on the ears during long-term usage of masks.

3D Printed Face Masks

Medical gowns

Positive Pressure Suit

Door handles

Ways to open doors without touching the handle.

  • Manija Project - MASSARD V1.0 Hand off door opener - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for community use
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • Hands-Free Door Adapter - Approved by National Institutes of Health (NIH) for community use
    • Note: Use arm to open.
    • NIH
    • License: CC-BY
  • No Touch Door opener with belt clip
  • Covid-19 Door Hook For Commercial door Handles

Procedure shields/screens

Diagnostics

3D Printed stethoscope

3D Printed Otoscope:

Therapeutics

Ventilators

Vent Specifications

Ventilator specifications can help hackers design and understand how a ventilator works.

Vent Designs

Ventilator designs are plans and projects that need help designing a quick solution. Most projects require testing before clinical use.

Vent Splitting

Ventilator Splitting could potentially increase the patient capacity of commercial ventilators.

Note: This method is controversial and has many obstacles to overcome. Read the criticisms of this method before testing as there are problems that must be addressed. Read as much about this as you can before considering this route for patients.

Vent Parts

Ventilator Parts could be used for ventilators with ventilators in an emergency situation.

Medical supplies unrelated to COVID-19

3D Printed Tourniquet

Powerchairs

  • BM3 Powerchair
    • Open design with source available code that depends on nonfree failsafe hardware.

Diabetes

Tools for 3D Printers

  • Simple dial indicator you can print
    • A dial indicator such as this print can help with leveling a 3D print bed.
    • Thingiverse 873948
    • License CC-BY-SA

Software

Software listed here is free software. https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.en.html Concerns should be edited or supplemented.

Ventilator:

  • ApolloBVM (Arduino)
    • Controller code for a bag squeezer.
    • Source
    • License: GPL-3.0
  • Open Source Ventilator Remote Monitor
  • Corona Display
    • View output from a ventilator.
    • Source
    • License: GPL-3.0

CAD:

Slicing for printing:

3D print server:

Pandemic tracking:

Contact Tracing:

Contact tracing is a highly controversial topic in our community as the implementation would also need to respect the privacy of the individual. This is a difficult task especially if the frontend or backend is proprietary and centralized. Once a system like this is built, can it be turned off? Will the data be used against its users? Will the system be opt-in or forced upon users with a system update?

  • DP-3T Decentralized Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing
    • How? Phones generate randomized IDs that is broadcasted to nearby devices. Phones remember these IDs, and IDs they received. Upon infection, saved random IDs (the ones sent, not the ones seen) are uploaded to a database that is trusted to, and only to, not add fake EphIDs, or remove any events, and to be available. A few times a day, check the database of your local authority to see if any new IDs match any seen IDs.
    • Source
    • License: MPL-2.0
  • liben
    • Exposure notifications implementation for GNU/Linux.
    • Source
    • License: GPL-2.0-or-later

Vaccine checker:

  • vaccine-checker
    • Notification for local vaccine availability in India.
    • Source
    • License: MIT

Hospital Database:

See also Adding security to OpenEMR and GNU Health - IEEE.

Facial Recognition:

  • Replicating Face Mask Detector

More:

Software unrelated to COVID-19:

Meta

Local groups with fabrication equipment:

  • Maker & Hacker spaces
  • Local businesses
    • Engineering
    • Medical
      • Biomedical research
      • Dentists
    • Tailors
  • Education
    • Schools
      • Reach out your local school districts and their unions to use their fabrication equipment! Much of the equipment is going unused as schools are closing.
    • After-school centers
  • Hobbyists and Hackers

Hackathons

Hackathons with a free software focus:

Past Events

This page was a featured resource in April 2020.