Orsan Medical Technologies Ltd.
|Orsan Medical Technologies Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20160058358||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR DIAGNOSING A BRAIN INJURY - A traumatic brain injury diagnostic system may comprise a current transmission unit, a voltage detection unit, a demodulation unit, and at least one processor. The current transmission unit may output an electric current to at least a first pair of electrodes attached to a head of a subject. The voltage detection unit may detect a voltage via at least a second pair of electrodes attached to the head of the subject proximal to the first pair of electrodes. The demodulation unit may extract an electrical impedance signal from an output electric current of the current transmission unit and the detected voltage of the voltage detection unit. The processor may perform operations to diagnose traumatic brain injury including comparing a static component of the electrical impedance signal to a pre-defined threshold and comparing a dynamic component of the electrical impedance signal to a pre-defined dynamic value.||03-03-2016|
|20140163404||Cerebral Perfusion Monitor - A method of estimating cerebral blood flow by analyzing IPG and PPG signals of the head, the method comprising:||06-12-2014|
|20130109979||NON-INVASIVE INTRACRANIAL MONITOR||05-02-2013|
|20120022349||DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE STROKES - A method of evaluating patients suspected of suffering from an acute stroke, the method comprising:||01-26-2012|
|20110251503||DEVICE FOR MONITORING BLOOD FLOW TO BRAIN - A method of estimating blood flow in the brain, comprising:||10-13-2011|
|20110201950||MONITORING OF ACUTE STROKE PATIENTS - A method of monitoring an acute stroke patient, comprising:||08-18-2011|
|20110196245||MEASUREMENT OF CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMIC PARAMETERS - A method of finding an indication of a degree of cerebro-vascular bilateral asymmetry in a subject, comprising:||08-11-2011|
|20080200787||Device for Monitoring Blood Flow to Brain - A method of estimating blood flow in a brain, comprising: a) causing currents to flow inside the head by producing electric fields inside the head; b) measuring at least changes in the electric fields and the currents; c) estimating changes in the blood volume of the head, using the measurements of the electric fields and the currents, where the current are produced in children or using electrodes at or near holes in the skull. Optionally, the configuration is selected to focus the flow of current to be inside the brain to a significant degree.||08-21-2008|
Patent applications by Orsan Medical Technologies Ltd.