Archive for the ‘Medical Device Patenting News’ Category

ENT Medical Device Patent Targets Chronic Sinusitis

Sinus Sleeve ENT patent An innovative team of medical device entrepreneurs operating out of Miami, FL, have successfully secured $1.5 million in funding for their patented Sinusleeve™ balloon that looks set to transform traditional Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) procedures.  One of several patents was granted several years ago for the balloon sinus dilation sleeve that targets Chronic Sinusitis, a condition affecting ov... Read More

His Medical Device Inventions Were Absolute “Zingers”!

Ear thermometer patent Did you know that the one inventor is responsible for the invention of both the ear thermometer and an instrument to measure calories?   Dr. Theodor Benzinger passed away several years ago, but his medical device patents live on in a variety of applications and apparatuses. It shows us his deep connection to patients and an unrivaled ability to turn ideas into reality. There were all ... Read More

Caution! The Dangers of Improperly Filed Medical Device Patents

Failed Medical Device Patents It’s vital that you avoid the patenting mistakes of other medical device inventors, especially in highly regulated fields such as healthcare.

A Visionary Medical Device (and Patent) Attracts Attention of a Major TV Retailer

Valerie Carbone Medical Device Inventor A medical device inventor – and a client of mine –  is on the brink of the ‘big time’ with her dual-purpose headband glasses, aptly branded as EyeBandz®. It’s attracting the attention of a major television retailer which could be the marketing tipping point for this visionary device. If all goes according to plan, she hopes to confirm a spot on an upcoming Mother’s Day segment. ... Read More

It’s Time to Believe That Your Patented Medical Device Can Succeed!

Portable MRI Patented Inventor Arguably the biggest challenge you will face as a medical device inventor is self-confidence.  While my law firm’s specialty is helping you protect your device, many of the medical inventors that walk through my doors openly express the fear that their ideas will be CRUSHED by larger predatory companies with unlimited funds at their disposal and a virtual monopoly on device innovation.   T... Read More