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Apparatus to Simulate Human Tissue for Superficial and Deep Heating Measurements

Heat therapy has long been recognized for its therapeutic potential, and can be utilized at both mild and vigorous levels. Both superficial and deep heating technologies are used to achieve this purpose. Superficial heating involves application of conductive and convective heat energy to the surface of the skin, while deep tissue heating, relies on...
Published: 1/28/2020   |   Inventor(s): Sree Naresh Koneru, Kenneth McLeod
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > Binghamton University

Method and Apparatus for Applying Vibromyographic Technology to the Assessment of Muscle Force and Balance

Method and apparatus is disclosed which shows how vibromyographic recordings can be processed in order to extract muscle force information from muscle sound. Hardware signal processing combined with wavelet packet analysis techniques provide the ability to obtain recording which demonstrate a correlation to muscle force which exceeds 90%. Reproducibility...
Published: 1/27/2020   |   Inventor(s): Kenneth McLeod, Jason Cole
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > Binghamton University

Apparatus to Achieve Portable, Long Duration, Deep Heating, RF Diathermy

Low body tissue temperatures prohibit normal tissue repair and regeneration. Local warming of the tissue enhances blood flow into the region, resulting in increased oxygen and nutrient delivery as well as increasing the rate of all metabolic processes. This technology comprises a "heating pad" operating on the principles of RF diathermy. The...
Published: 1/21/2020   |   Inventor(s): Kenneth McLeod, Sree Koneru
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > Binghamton University

Neuromodulation Using Low-Power, Battery-Operated, Pulsed Shortwave Technology

Shortwave therapy (SWT), which is the the use of megahertz frequency electromagnetic fields, was used from the 1900's to heat tissue for a short duration and treat a variety of health conditions like tissue inflammation, wounds and chronic pain. Over the last few decades, pulsing (PSWT) was introduced to reduce the incident power and lower risk...
Published: 1/21/2020   |   Inventor(s): Sree Naresh Koneru, Kenneth McLeod
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > Binghamton University

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