CardieX subsidiary ATCOR has secured a new patent by the European Patent Workplace (EPO) for its SphygmoCor technology used in cuff-based blood
pressure devices. The patent safeguards the business’s copyright with concerns to the measurement of main blood pressure (BP) waveform with cardiovascular features, using a brachial cuff.
In addition, it specifically covers making use of a conventional BP cuff inflated to low pressure in order to non-invasively estimate the heart’s pressure and pressure waveform associated with heart function and arterial homes.
The patent uses a simple tool to scientifically detect and estimate the risk of cardiovascular disease, the company said.
Formerly, ATCOR was given comparable patents in the US and Japan. The new European patent is valid until 2034.
ATCOR’s SphygmoCor technology is considered to be the international requirement for the non-invasive measurement of arterial stiffness in medical settings.
It remains in use at all ‘top 20 United States health centers’ and has more than 4,500 setups internationally. These include pharmaceutical majors and research organizations such as GlaxoSmithKline, the Mayo Center, AstraZeneca, Scripps, Bayer, Johns Hopkins and Stanford University.
Presently, ATCOR sells the XCEL central high blood pressure gadget and is teaming up with SunTech Medical for the Oscar 2 ABPM gadget, which uses both SphygmoCor and brachial cuff innovation.
Recently, ATCOR partnered with Andon for the advancement of a home-based BP device with advanced cardiovascular crucial sign features.Related Report GlobalData’s Covid-19 Industry Effect Report
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The business specialises in developing medical gadgets for determining arterial tightness and main high blood pressure waveforms based upon its Fda (FDA)-cleared SphygmoCor innovation.
It also develops and certifies Arty platform, which includes physiological and health analytics for wearable and connected fitness devices.