Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 6
- Energy & Environment
- Environmental Control
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IPSCIO Record ID: 645
â€œWet Electrode Generator(s)â€ shall mean the medical generators primarily intended to provide power directly to Wet Electrode Products, in the Field of Use.
â€œWet Electrode Productsâ€ shall mean medical blades, forceps or rollerballs that employ an electrode to deliver radio frequency energy and an electrically conductive fluid between the electrode and the surface of living tissue to apply radio frequency energy in medical applications, in the Field of Use. Wet Electrode Products specifically exclude any interstitial needle or intraluminal wire devices or products.
The technology forms the basis for the Companyâ€™s TranscollationTM technology.
Transcollationâ„¢ is the transformation of fibrous collagen resulting from the remodeling of its triple helix structure. Transcollationâ„¢ Technology simultaneously integrates saline and RF energy allowing thermal energy to gently reach targeted tissues via saline-induced liquid electrodes.
Transcollation technology platform is used for the sealing of blood vessels and other collagen-based structures. We believe that our products improve surgical procedures and patient outcomes by enabling surgeons to substantially reduce blood loss during and after surgery. We believe our Transcollation technology provides clinical and economic benefits to patients, physicians, hospitals and payors by addressing many of the limitations of alternative blood loss management methods. Our Transcollation technology is designed to deliver an optimized combination of RF energy and electrically conductive fluid, such as saline, to permanently seal blood vessels and other collagen-based structures in soft-tissue and bone.
Interstitial Needle Patents
IPSCIO Record ID: 245918
(a) the foregoing license extends only to such Products and Methods as are offered for sale, sold and otherwise disposed of or made available for use under Licenseeâ€™s (or its Affiliatesâ€™) own trademarks, tradenames and/or label(s), which shall be the most prominent trademarks, tradenames and/or label(s) thereon, and does not extend, and shall not be construed to extend, to any Products, or parts or components thereof, offered for sale, sold or otherwise disposed of or made available for use to any Third Person by Licensee or its Affiliates for resale or re-distribution by such Third Person solely under such Third Personâ€™s own trademarks, tradenames and/or label(s); and
(b) Licensee, on behalf of itself and its Affiliates, hereby covenants and agrees not to market, offer for sale or sell any Products or Methods that, absent the foregoing license, would infringe the Licensor Infusion Claims, until eighteen (18) months after the Effective Date.
Licensor Patent Portfolio
U.S. Patent No. 5,458,597 – Device for treating cancer and non-malignant tumors and methods
U.S. Patent No. 5,472,441 – Device for treating cancer and non-malignant tumors and methods
U.S. Patent No. 5,486,161 – Medical probe device and method
IPSCIO Record ID: 163887
IPSCIO Record ID: 368481
For the Option, Licensor grants an option for a non-transferable, non-assignable, non-exclusive license, without the right to sublicense, under the Licensed Patent Rights to make , have made, market, use, import, distribute, sell, have sold and offer for sale Licensed Products solely in one or more of the Additional Fields.
Controllers shall mean a radio frequency power supply that operates at any frequency between 10Khz and 20Mhz.
Disposable Products shall mean medical instruments and components of such medical instruments which may have one or more electrode(s) and electrical connections for coupling the electrode(s) to a Controllers.
Lumen Products shall mean Disposable Products having one or more lumens for the purpose of aspiration or fluid delivery.
Thermal Products shall mean Disposable Products used for the thermal treatment of tissue without significantly ablating, cutting, resecting or otherwise removing tissue.
The rights relate to Licensor's Coblation radiofrequency technology for use in its single electrode, bipolar arthroscopic surgical devices.
Additional Fields shall mean the use of RF energy in laparoscopy, neurosurgery, general surgery, ENT and spinal procedures.
The Coblation technique uses bipolar radiofrequency technology to remove tissue with minimal collateral tissue necrosis.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3638
IPSCIO Record ID: 376750
Licensed patent consists of the following
– US Patent 7,967,839 Electromagnetic Treatment of Tissues and Cells
– US Patent 10,271,900 Inductive Heating of Tissues Using Alternating Magnetic Fields and Uses Thereof
– US Patent 10,441,346 Inductive Heating of Tissues Using Alternating Magnetic Fields and Uses Thereof
SOLACE, a non-invasive medical device that uses electromagnetic induction to generate deep heat below the surface of the skin to reduce and relieve pain. The SOLACE platform is based on proprietary high-frequency magnetic induction technology, which is referred to as Electromagnetic Induction (â€œEMIâ€). Magnetic fields are induced beneath the skin surface to create localized, planar heat in the dermis and deeper muscle, while selectively avoiding sensitive structures in the epidermis and fat layers. By comparison, the SOLACE device creates currents in discreet planes beneath the tissue surface rather than directing energy through the planes and penetrating the epidermis. Therefore, the EMI technology may provide for shorter duration of treatments and a more comfortable patient experience vs. other energy-based technologies. The SOLACE device utilizes a directional handpiece to apply the planar heat more precisely to discrete areas of the body, which may provide clinicians with greater therapeutic control.