PROTEUS DIGITAL HEALTH, INC.
|PROTEUS DIGITAL HEALTH, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130238647||Diagnostic System and Method - Disclosed are an apparatus and system for providing diagnosis information to a requestor. A request module receives information related to a request from the requestor for diagnosis and to facilitate communication to at least one expert resource. A receive module receives at least one response to the request for diagnoses from the at least one expert resource. A select module in communication with the receive module analyzes the at least one response and, based on the analysis, communicates information to at least one predetermined destination. A method is disclosed where a request module receives a request, a receive module receives a plurality of responses to the request and from the plurality of responses, a select module selects a subset of responses and communicates the subset of responses to a predetermined destination.||09-12-2013|
|20130231188||Networked Application with a Physiological Detector - The present invention provides receiving devices and method for use with gaming pursuits, including, in one aspect, a plurality of receivers to communicate physiologic data, at least one hub to receive the physiologic data, and a gaming module to receive, directly or indirectly, the physiologic data from the hub.||09-05-2013|
|20130223028||HYBRID HOUSING FOR IMPLANTABLE MEDICAL DEVICE - Apparatuses and methods for hybrid housings as well as hybrid housing based implantable medical devices are provided. A hybrid housing comprises a ceramic substrate, a bonding structure formed on the periphery of the ceramic substrate, and a biocompatible metal cap coupled to the ceramic substrate using the bonding structure to form a hermetically sealed enclosure. One or more electronic elements may be formed within the hermetically sealed enclosure, and the electronic elements may be stably associated with the ceramic substrate.||08-29-2013|
|20130217982||State Characterization Based on Multi-variate Data Fusion Techniques - The ingestible event marker data framework provides a uniform, comprehensive framework to enable various functions and utilities related to ingestible event marker data (IEM data). Included are a receiver adapted to be associated with a body of an individual, the receiver configured to receive IEM data; a hub to receive the IEM data; and at least one IEM data system to receive the data from the hub. Among other information, behavioral data and predictive inferences may be provided.||08-22-2013|
|20130193950||Ingestible Circuitry - The present invention provides for safe and reliable electronic circuitry that can be employed in ingestible compositions. The ingestible circuitry of the invention includes a solid support; a conductive element; and an electronic component. Each of the support, conductive element and electronic component are fabricated from an ingestible material. The ingestible circuitry finds use in a variety of different applications, including as components of ingestible identifiers, such as may be found in ingestible event markers, e.g., pharma-informatics enabled pharmaceutical compositions.||08-01-2013|
|20130172690||APPARATUS, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETECTION AND DELIVERY OF A MEDICINAL DOSE - An apparatus is disclosed as part of a system for tracking and confirming delivery of a medicinal dose to a user. The apparatus includes a detector. The detector is secured to and communicatively coupled to the user and is capable of detecting a current flow through the user's body. The current flow is produced when the user makes contact with the apparatus. The apparatus includes at least two contact areas connected to a power source where a circuit and, hence, a current path is completed through the user's body as the user makes contact with the apparatus. The current flow is detected by the detector, which is coupled to the user. Also disclosed is an apparatus for tracking and confirming delivery of a medicinal dose to a user where the apparatus includes an acoustic detector. Upon loading the dose into a chamber an acoustic vibration is generated. The vibration is detected and correlated with a current flow that is produced when the user makes contact with the apparatus. The combined event of vibration detection and current flow detection confirms that the dose is loaded and the user is in contact with the apparatus and ready to receive the dose.||07-04-2013|
|20130144132||Highly Reliable Ingestible Event Markers and Methods for Using the Same - Ingestible event markers having high reliability are provided. Aspects of the ingestible event markers include a support, a control circuit, a first electrochemical material, a second electrochemical material and a membrane. In addition, the ingestible event markers may include one or more components that impart high reliability to the ingestible event marker. Further, the ingestible event markers may include an active agent. In some aspects, the active agent, such as a pharmaceutically active agent or a diagnostic agent may be associated with the membrane.||06-06-2013|
|20130096501||System and Method for Patient Access Port Reporting - A method is disclosed for detecting, by a sensing and data acquisition circuit module, at least one parameter associated with an access port. The method includes wiping at least a portion of an access port, allowing the access port to dry for a predetermined amount of time, accessing the access port with an access device, such as a syringe, and detecting at least one parameter associated with the access port by the sensor and acquisition module. An access port is disclosed that includes a sensor and a data acquisition module for sensing, recording, and providing an alert associated with the detection of the at least one parameter associated with the access port.||04-18-2013|
|20130073312||Tracking and Delivery Confirmation of Pharmaceutical Products - A system and method are disclosed that track a deliverable to a user. The system includes an identifier or tag secured to the deliverable, a computer system for interrogating the identifier, and a personal device in communication with the computer system, wherein the personal device is held by the user at the time the user is administered the deliverable to detect the unique identity associated with the identifier device and confirms delivery of the deliverable to the user. The method includes attaching an identifiable tag that produces a unique signature to the deliverable, interrogating the tag at about the time of delivery to the user, and confirming that the user has been administered the deliverable through detecting the identifiable tag.||03-21-2013|
|20130060102||Two-Wrist Data Gathering System - Sensing is carried out from locations at considerable remove from the stomach. Cooperating sensor electronics are placed at each of two wrists of the patient. The potential discomfort and inconvenience of an abdominal patch are reduced or eliminated. And alternative power sources become available.||03-07-2013|
|20130030366||Miniature Ingestible Device - The present invention discloses multiple approaches to preventing the capsule walls and other material from interfering with the performance of an electronic device once the device is activated by surrounding fluid. In accordance with the teachings of the present invention, a miniature ingestible device (MID) may be created using excipients and films. The MID, in accordance with various aspects of the present invention, will have a coating or laminating surrounding an electronic device and separating and isolating the device from the pharmaceutical product or drug within the capsule once the capsule is ingested as well as from the capsule itself as the capsule walls begin to collapse during the disintegration process.||01-31-2013|
Patent applications by PROTEUS DIGITAL HEALTH, INC.