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Skin Graft Suture Device

A suturing device with sewing machine-like action for rapid skin graft quilting using absorbable thread with bristles or tines. The prototype has been used to carry out challenging urinary reconstruction skin grafts in 30 seconds. Additional applications include plastic surgery for burn victims, hernia repair, and battlefield surgery. Patent Pending...
Published: 9/17/2020   |   Inventor(s): Gennady Bratslavsky
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, barbed suture, healthcare, medical devices, surgery, suturing technique, Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Technology Classifications > Healthcare, Campus > Upstate Medical University

Enlarging Attachment for Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy

A retrofittable attachment that provides increased magnification of the back of the eye (the ocular fundus).Background: Indirect ophthalmoscopy is performed by an examiner with the use of a binocular indirect ophthalmoscope (BIO). The examiner uses a headset to view an image of the patient’s eye in a condensing lens hand-held by the examiner at...
Published: 9/17/2020   |   Inventor(s): David Krumholz
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, eye examination, fundus, imaging, medical devices, ophthalmology, ophthalmoscopy, retina, Technologies, vision care
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > SUNY College of Optometry

Method and device for preserving and imaging specimens while retaining information on spatial orientation of specimen in respect to reference objects

Current Problem Researchers at SUNY Upstate Medical University and the University of Rochester have collaborated to create a method and device for preserving and imaging lumpectomy specimens while retaining information on the spatial orientation of the specimen with respect to reference objects. Currently, during a lumpectomy surgery, surgeons...
Published: 9/17/2020   |   Inventor(s): Andrzej Krol, Axel Wismueller, Avice O'connell
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Biomedical Science and Engineering, Technology Classifications > Healthcare, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices

Dual Scan Photoacoustic Mammoscope

Use light to listen for breast cancer. As strange as it sounds ultrasound images can be generated using light. In photoacoustic imaging tissue is heated by exposure to light from a fast-pulse laser. The thermal elastic expansion of the tissue creates an acoustic wave which can be detected and imaged by a ultrasonic transducer. The process eliminates...
Published: 7/13/2020   |   Inventor(s):  
Keywords(s): Technologies
Category(s): Campus > University at Buffalo, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Technology Classifications > Medical Imaging

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, Technologies
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, Technologies
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, Technologies
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, Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > Binghamton University

Wearable Head-Mounted, Glass-Style Computing Devices with Eog Acquisition and Analysis for Human-Computer Interfaces

A apparatus for detecting electrooculograph (EOG) signals, comprising: a pair of temple pieces connected to a bridging structure; at least one electrode on each temple piece configured to contact the skin at the temple, and to receive an EOG signal from a proximate orbital socket; a reference electrode displaced from each temple; and a processor configured...
Published: 1/12/2020   |   Inventor(s): Sarah Laszlo, Zhanpeng Jin
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Campus > Binghamton University

Low Power Electrically-Driven Microfluidic Pumping/Delivery Device

Patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes rely on frequent testing and intrusive administration of medication to regulate their chemical balance. For some medical conditions, laboratories have to conduct tests that are inconvenient to the patient, using expensive equipment. Physician intervention may also be required. State University of New...
Published: 1/9/2020   |   Inventor(s): Chuan Jian Zhong, Wenxia Zheng, Frank Leibowitz
Keywords(s): #SUNYresearch, Technologies
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Technology Classifications > Drug Delivery
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