Posts Tagged ‘medical device patent’

Listen Carefully, Inventor

Littman Stethoscope Few can argue that nothing imbues more  trust and credibility into an approaching doctor than  the sight of the mythical stethoscope that hangs loosely around his neck, symbolizing 257 years of medical evolution including some important patents along the way. While historians will mark 1761 as a key year in which the value of chest percussion was identified in Vienna, others will remind us of ov... Read More

Medical Device Patent News of the Week

Recent medical patent approvals show that technology continues to advance and simplify healthcare. There is also proof that inventors, engineers, and companies are aware of growing health trends and concerns. These medical device patents reflect a forwarding thinking concern for both patients and physicians.   Sanovas, Inc., known for its work in micro-invasive technology, has obtained a pate... Read More

New Shape to An Old Medical Patent

For decades heart surgeons have used stents to prop open veins and arteries after angioplasty surgery. Now, a new medical patent aims to help keep the “flow” open in other areas of the body as well. Allium Medical Solutions Ltd. – developer and manufacture of site-specific stents – has just been granted a patent by the Japanese Patent Office for stents used to treat enlarge... Read More

Golfer Reveals Quick Patent Tips for Medical Device Inventors

One of the hottest areas for inventions is in the medical device field and as a Registered Patent Attorney experienced with patenting medical and dental products nationwide,  I have spoken to hundreds of doctors, dentists, nurses and even some patients interested in securing patents on their innovations.  Some of the best inventions (and most patentable) all share a tried ... Read More