OroPress - Licensing Opportunity from University of Limerick - April 2014 front page preview

OroPress - Licensing Opportunity from University of Limerick - April 2014

OroPressTM is a Class IIa wireless medical device that uses tongue pressure measurement to diagnose and assist in the rehabilitation of oral swallowing dysfunction, thereby reducing hospital stays, healthcare costs and d...

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SanaSense: An answer to the challenge to measure tissue viability: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015 front page preview

SanaSense: An answer to the challenge to measure tissue viability: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015

SanaSense is a unique non-contact measurement system providing accurate information on the degree of tissue compression combining a low cost, thin and flexible off the self-sensor material with a novel signal detection a...

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Mitral Valve Replacement (MiVaR) Device: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015 front page preview

Mitral Valve Replacement (MiVaR) Device: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015

Mitral valve disease takes many different forms: Mitral valve prolapse, annular enlargement, leaflet tethering, papillary muscle extension and leaflet tearing. All of these conditions result in leakage of the valve in it...

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Cresent System - Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015 front page preview

Cresent System - Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015

Crescent System is a novel delivery system for renal denervation. It comprises a catheter that is delivered along a standard 6F guide catheter to the renal arteries (Figure 2). Using controls located in the Crescent Syst...

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Closed-loop Cochlear Implant: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015 front page preview

Closed-loop Cochlear Implant: Licensing Opportunity from Trinity College Dublin - July 2015

A cochlear implant (CI) restores hearing in deaf people by electrically stimulating the auditory nerve. This technology will improve the listening experience of CI users (and hearing impaired) by dynamically reacting to ...

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