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TechnologyA compact 3D electrochemical sensor constructed on a pliant substrate for in-vitro and in-vivo measurements of cells and tissues. The device includes a specially designed sensing layer containing reference and measurement electrodes that are connected to contact pads on the back side ...
Scientific Contact: Yosi Shacham- Diamand
The present technology aims to re-vascularize or open an occluded artery in acute stroke and other conditions involved vessels occlusion. The technology apply a micro-catheter, designed to deliver an electrode wired to the clot at the occluded site by applying a positive pulse to the clot and ...
Scientific Contact: Itzhak Orion
Summary Highlights Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria are common pathogens that are difficult to treat and are therefore critical to diagnose early when involved in infections. The commonly used method for confirming a P. aeruginosa infection is cultural inoculation, which takes 2-3 days to ...
Scientific Contact: Noam Sobel
The ProblemPresently the most widely employed micro projectile gun methods involves the use of gas-driven acceleration to launch high velocity DNA coated gold or titanium micro particles which puncture and penetrate cells. The SolutionOur innovative, very promising gene gun technology can be made ...
Scientific Contact: Orit Shefi
Large soft tissue defects such as full- thickness abdominal wall defect or a large skin defect, caused by burns or cuts. The present technology proposes a robust engineered transplant to overcome these disadvantages. ...
Rotary and conventional linear compressors tend to have higher maintenance requirements reducing machine lifetime. This invention introduces a miniature cryogenic cryocooler, based on a linear piezoelectric compressor that offers superior efficiency, power density and speed of operation in ...
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Scientific Contact: Israel Gannot
A test method based on a genetic polymorphism in the Haptoglobin gene identifies those individuals with Diabetes who are at high risk for developing heart, eye and kidney disease and who benefit from specific drug treatments, has been validated in multiple clinical trials worldwide. Diabetes is ...
A subchondral defect is usually characterized by a structural breakdown of the articular cartilage and the bone underneath due to trauma or disease, leading to chronic disabilities. Treating such defects is an important medical target since in the adult patient, damaged cartilage cannot ...
Scientific Contact: Smadar Cohen
Background The healing of fractures could be a slow process that implies patient suffering and temporary disability, and incurs costs to healthcare, insurance and social security systems. The current interventions for stabilization of complicated fractures improve the ultimate outcomes but do ...
Scientific Contact: Michael Friedman
Background- Long Bone Diaphyseal FracturesLong Bone Diaphyseal Fractures are extremely common injuries in children, adults and elderly. Intramedullary nailing is the criterion standard for treating those fractures. The nail is located in the intramedullary cavity. In order to prevent backing out ...
Scientific Contact: Roy Gigi
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Scientific Contact: Oded Shoseyov
Lifegraph enables early detection of disease deterioration in mental health patients,using proprietary machine-learning algorithms applied to data collected from thesmartphone sensors.VISIONImproving lives of patients with mental disorders and decreasing the burden of disease on patients,their ...
Scientific Contact: Uri Nevo
Summary A method to significantly shorten acquisition times of high-quality MRI images. Multidimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is used nowadays in many applications (e.g., discovery of new pharmaceutical drugs, characterization of new catalysts, and investigation of the structure and ...
Scientific Contact: Lucio Frydman
Acute liver failure and chronic liver disease, such as hepatitis and cirrhosis, present a huge unmet medical need, with annual 1-2 million deaths worldwide. The liver is responsible for detoxification-removing and excreting body wastes and hormones, drugs and foreign substances, synthesis of plasma ...
Scientific Contact: Smadar Cohen
TechnologyAn add-on optical module for microscopes allowing for single frame and dynamic capture of amplitude and phase profiles of transparent or semi-transparent biological and non-biological samples. This easyto-use interferometric device is simply positioned in the camera port of a ...
Scientific Contact: Natan Tzvi Shaked
AN ALERT SYSTEM FOR INTRAVASCULAR ACCESS DEVICE DISLODGEMENT (ASIVAD) Yoram YAGIL, Yuh-Jye LEE, Po-Yuan KUNG, Ya-Lin SHAO, Esther DAVID, and Guy LESHEM Barzilai University Medical Center, Ashkelon, Israel Categories Medical device and system, medical safety system , ...
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