Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 10
- Scientific & Technical Instruments
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IPSCIO Record ID: 5149
The Biofield Diagnostic System takes multiple readings from an array of test points on the skin surface of the symptomatic breast and asymptomatic breast to measure differentials which may exist between test points.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26135
The Licensor's Diagnostic System is a breast cancer diagnostic device, which employs single-use sensors to measure and analyze changes in cellular electrical charge distributions associated with the development of epithelial cancers, such as breast, ovaries, skin, prostate, and colon cancers. The company's device is intended for palpable breast lesions, in women under 55 years of age.
Depolarized Pre-Gelled Electrodes
Discriminant Function Analysis Method & Apparatus For
Disease Diagnosis & Screening – Device 1
Discriminant Function Analysis Method & Apparatus For
Disease Diagnosis & Screening With Biopsy Needle Sensor
Apparatus & Method For Screening & Diagnosing Trauma
or Disease in Body Tissues
D.C. Biopotential Sensing Electrode Assemblies For
Apparatus For Disease, Injury & Bodily Condition
Screening or Sensing.
Noninvasive Method For Determining Treatment Based
Upon Lesion Cell Proliferation
D.C. Biopotential Measuring Unit
Method & Apparatus For Screening or Sensing Bodily
Conditions Using DC Biopotentials
DC BIOPOTENTIAL ELECTRODE CONNECTOR &
CONNECTOR CONDITION SENSOR
Method & Apparatus For Disease, Injury & Bodily Condition
(Response re restrict appl. To 1 invention)
Method & Apparatus For Sensing & Processing
(Filing, claims & assignment fees)
(Formal drawings to Patent Office)
IPSCIO Record ID: 27570
The License Agreement grants the Licensee the exclusive right to distribute the BreastCare DTSâ„¢ in the United States, Canada and certain countries in Asia, including China. Rights granted include the right to grant sublicenses, to use the Licensed Patent Rights, the Licensed Copyrights, the Licensed Technology, and the Licensed Trademarks, to make, have made, use and sell, during the term of this Agreement, Products employing the Licensed Intellectual Property. The license granted is limited to the United States, Canada, Asia and, subject to Licensorâ€™s Right of First Refusal, the Open Territory and is exclusive within the United States, Canada and Asia as to all parties including the Licensor and non-exclusive as to the Open Territory except to the extent that Licensor does not exercise its Right of First Refusal. The Licensor hereby grants to Licensee the exclusive right to use the trademarks as set forth within the Exclusive Territory, the non-exclusive right to use the trademarks as set forth in the Open Territory, subject to Licensorâ€™s Right of First Refusal, and the non-exclusive right to use the trademarks set forth within the Exclusive Territory and, subject to Licensorâ€™s Right of First Refusal, the Open Territory.
The BreastCare DTSâ„¢ measures underlying breast tissue temperature and not skin surface temperature by retaining the emitted heat when BreastCareâ„¢ DTS is placed against the breast for 15 minutes. The averaged and recorded reading on the BreastCare DTSâ„¢ has taken into consideration that the temperature patterns of a woman's breasts are closely symmetrical. This method detects abnormalities by comparing the temperature differences in the corresponding areas of a woman's breasts.
The licensed technology includes the BreastCare DTSâ„¢. It is patented, non-invasive and FDA-cleared as an adjunct to mammography and other established procedures for the detection of breast disease, including breast cancer. DTS stands for â€œDifferential Temperature Sensor,â€ indicating the ability of the device to compare temperatures in one area of the breast with others in the same breast and the other breast. The BreastCare DTSâ„¢device consists of two mirror image, lightweight and disposable foam pads with three wafer-thin foil sensors on each pad. Each of the three segments on each pad contains 18 rows of heat-sensitive chemical dots. The device is easy to use and requires no electricity or probes. The test is completely non-invasive. The pads are easily placed on a womanâ€™s breasts inside the bra for 15 minutes. The device measures the deep heat energy that is transferred to the surface of the skin. Each heat-sensitive dot is calibrated to record the temperature of the surface of the breast. The dots themselves change color from blue to pink when exposed to specific temperatures. The results are clearly displayed and can be immediately evaluated. The heat-sensitive dots have embedded memory, which allows the results to be read after each test is completed.
U.S. Patent 6,086,247 as well as all related applications and/or issued patents. Related applications includes any related foreign or U.S. issued or pending applications, continuation applications, continuation-in-part applications, divisional applications, reissue applications, and provisional application.
U.S. Patent 6135968 â€“ Differential temperature measuring device and method; Prostate Screening Device.
BreastCare DTSTM BreastAlertTM Differential Temperature Sensor
IPSCIO Record ID: 1490
IPSCIO Record ID: 4537
IPSCIO Record ID: 26489
(CIP of App. 07/994,109)
U.S. 5,833,633 Device for Breast Haptic Examination Filed 11/03/97
(CIP of 5,524,636) Issued 11/10/98
U.S. 5,785,633 Method and Device for Mechanical Imaging of Prostate Filed 02/27/96
(CIP of 5,524,636) Issued 07/28/98
U.S. 5,836,894 Apparatus for Measuring Mechanical Parameters of the Filed 06/10/97
(CIP of 5,524,636) Prostate and for Imaging the Prostate Using such Issued 11/17/98
U.S. 5,922,018 Method for Using a Transrectal Probe to Mechanically Filed 06/10/97
(CIP of 5,524,636) Image the Prostate Gland Issued 07/13/99
U.S. 5,524,636 Method and Apparatus for Elasticity Imaging Filed 12/21/92
U.S. 5,265,612 Intracavity Ultrasonic Device for Elasticity Imaging Filed 12/21/92
U.S. 6,142,959 Device for Palpation and Mechanical Imaging of the Filed 07/22/99
Prostate Issued 11/07/00
PCT/US00/19756 Device for Palpation and Mechanical Imaging of the Filed 07/21/00
U.S. 09/843,056 Apparatus and Method for Mechanical Imaging of Breast Filed 04/26/01
PCT/US01/13551 Apparatus and Method for Mechanical Imaging of Breast Filed 4/26/01
U.S. 60/200,433 Apparatus and Method for Mechanical Imaging of Breast Filed 4/28/00
U.S. 09/819,419 Real Time Mechanical Imaging of the Prostate Filed 03/28/01
IPSCIO Record ID: 130224
IPSCIO Record ID: 5999
The CellScan is a technology designed for the viewing and testing of cells. The CellScan was originally developed to diagnose breast cancer by testing a patientâ€™s blood sample. Various medical and research institutions in Israel, the United States and other countries are exploring the use of the technology for the detection of breast cancer, prostate cancer and gynecological cancers, and for the detection of other diseases such as atherosclerosis and tuberculosis. In addition, an advanced version of the CellScan called the research CellScan has been developed which, we believe, has research applications in a number of areas including gene therapy and drug and vaccine development.
IPSCIO Record ID: 6628
IPSCIO Record ID: 27509
Patent number 5,692,511, issued on December 2, 1987