Sensible Medical Innovations Ltd.
|Sensible Medical Innovations Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150133763||PATCHES FOR THE ATTACHMENT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC (EM) PROBES - An adhesive patch for attaching at least one EM probe to a subject's body, the adhesive patch comprising a planar member having at least one layer of radiation absorbing material and having at least one opening formed within the radiation absorbing material to allow the propagation of EM radiation via the opening from one side of the planar member to the other. The adhesive patch further comprises at least one layer of an adhesive attached over at least part of a bottom surface of the planar member, which adhesive layer may be applied so as to form a pattern on the bottom surface, the pattern comprising at least one adhesive-covered portion and at least one adhesive-free portion.||05-14-2015|
|20130225989||ELECTROMAGNETIC PROBES, METHODS FOR FABRICATION THEREOF, AND SYSTEMS WHICH USE SUCH ELECTROMAGNETIC PROBES - An electromagnetic (EM) probe for monitoring one or more biological tissues. The EM probe comprises a cup shaped cavity having an opening and an interior volume, a circumferential flange formed substantially around the cup shaped cavity, in proximity to the opening, at least one layer of a material, for absorbing electromagnetic radiation, applied over at least one of a portion of the circumferential flange and a portion of the outer surface of the cup shaped cavity, and at least one EM radiation element which performs at least one of emitting and capturing EM radiation via the interior volume.||08-29-2013|
|20130060103||METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR USING DISTRIBUTED ELECTROMAGNETIC (EM) TISSUE(S) MONITORING - A system for monitoring at least one biological tissue of a patient during a period of at least 24 hours. The system comprises an implantable intrabody probe and an extrabody probe which propagate an electromagnetic (EM) signal, using an antenna, via at least one tissue therebetween, in a plurality of sessions during a period of at least 24 hours, a processing unit which analyses the EM signal to detect a change in at least one biological parameter of the at least one tissue, and an output unit which outputs the change.||03-07-2013|
|20110319746||METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR MONITORING INTRABODY TISSUES - A method for monitoring an intrabody region of a patient. The method comprises intercepting electromagnetic (EM) radiation from the intrabody region in a plurality of EM radiation sessions during a period of at least 6 hours, calculating a dielectric related change of the intrabody region by analyzing respective the intercepted EM radiation, detecting a physiological pattern according to said dielectric related change, and outputting a notification indicating the physiological pattern.||12-29-2011|
|20110025295||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CALIBRATION OF MEASUREMENTS OF INTERACTED EM SIGNALS IN REAL TIME - A method of calibrating a measurement of electromagnetic (EM) signals. The method comprises separating at least one reference signal component from an EM signal, delaying at least one of the EM signal and the at least one reference signal component, extracting the EM signal after an interaction with a target object and the at least one reference signal component after at least one interaction with at least one reference element from different time slots in a reception, and calibrating a measurement of the interacted EM signal by a signal analysis of the extracted and interacted at least one reference signal component.||02-03-2011|
|20100056907||METHODS AND DEVICES OF CARDAIC TISSUE MONITORING AND ANALYSIS - A method for monitoring at least one cardiac tissue. The method comprises a) intercepting a plurality of reflections of an electromagnetic (EM) radiation reflected from at least one cardiac tissue of a patient in a plurality of EM radiation sessions, b) computing a mechanical tracing indicative of at least one mechanical property of said at least one cardiac tissue according to said plurality of reflections, c) analyzing said mechanical tracing so as to detect a presence or an absence of a physiological condition, and d) outputting said analysis.||03-04-2010|
Patent applications by Sensible Medical Innovations Ltd.