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Biopsy Clip Metal Detector to Aid Breast Surgery
This metal detector localizes biopsy clips (e.g. titanium) placed at the site of breast tissue biopsies. The device is a handheld metal detector that can be inserted into a surgical incision to help locate small markers without an invasive procedure to insert a localizing wire, radioactive seed, or other localization technologies. The device is able...
Published: 9/9/2021   |   Inventor(s): Nancy DeMore, Delphine Dean, Scott Slaney, Joseph Wilson III, Cody Jordan, Melissa McCullough
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Kinetic targeting of intravascular triggered drug delivery system
Device for Vascular Filtration of Excess Chemotherapeutic Containing Thermally Sensitive Liposomes via Kinetic TargetingTechnology: Researchers at MUSC have created a device and method that can remove excess chemotherapeutic containing Intravascular Triggered Drug Delivery Systems (IVDDSs) that are utilized in localized drug treatment, thus greatly...
Published: 9/9/2021   |   Inventor(s): Dieter Haemmerich, Anjan Motamarry
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Temporary medical identification
Technology: MUSC inventors have created a temporary medical identification tattoo. The tattoo contains multiple patient identifiers, EMR linked to a barcode or QR code, and hospital logo. The signatures of the patient, healthcare personnel, and a witness can be placed on the tattoo to denote important directives for the patient’s treatment, such...
Published: 6/7/2021   |   Inventor(s): Shelly Ozark
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System and Method for Olfactory Enhancement
Technology: MUSC inventors have developed a system for implementing neuromodulation that dramatically improves the ability to smell odorants in patients who have experienced smell loss (anosmia). The technology includes a wearable, noninvasive device that delivers electrical stimulation to the trigeminal nerve in both direct (sustained tonic administration...
Published: 5/24/2021   |   Inventor(s): Bashar Badran, Bernadette Cortese
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A novel Ergonomic Face Mask for Manual Ventilation
Technology: Surgeons and researchers at MUSC have created a new design for a ventilation mask (Figure 1) that features a more ergonomic, less visually obstructive grip. The neck of the ventilation mask is located closer to the top of the patient’s head, the anterior surface is concave, and there is a grooved pad on the mask. This trio of features...
Published: 3/12/2020   |   Inventor(s): R. David Warters, Robert Dickie
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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Helmet
Technology: Researchers at MUSC have developed a customizable helmet for safe and portable self-administration of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in diverse environments. The therapy uses magnetic waves to ease depression symptoms, improve mood and facilitate performance. Traditionally, TMS necessitates trained operators and equipment to hold...
Published: 2/25/2020   |   Inventor(s): Bashar Badran
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Minimally Invasive Subdural Evacuating System (MISES™) for Treating Subdural Hematomas
Technology: MUSC inventors and surgeons have developed an advanced minimally invasive subdural evacuating system (MISES™) that addresses many of the challenges of treating subdural hematomas. MISES™ improves on the current standard of care, the subdural evacuating port system, with a number of features that are designed to improve outcomes,...
Published: 9/19/2019   |   Inventor(s): Stephen Kalhorn, Ryan Kellogg, Joseph Ruscito
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Improved Radiological Marker for Implantable Devices
Technology: Surgeons and researchers at MUSC have created an enhanced radiologically visible feature and system for orienting symmetrical implants in Deep Brain Stimulation (“DBS”) that reduces radiation and time required for determining the device’s orientation. This system utilizes a new feature that can be fixed in a substantially...
Published: 8/1/2019   |   Inventor(s): Istvan Takacs
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Looped Skin Hooks "Roberts Retractor"
Technology: Surgeons and researchers at MUSC have created a new design for a skin hook that enables a gripping orientation more clinician-friendly from the traditional pencil-grip style. The design terminates in a loop that may fit around a finger. This loop design may reduce fatigue and permit a single hand to hold more than one skin hook. While introducing...
Published: 5/22/2019   |   Inventor(s): Matthew Roberts, Andrea Abbott
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Modified Martins Insulated Tissue Forceps
Technology: Surgeons and researchers at MUSC have created a new design for forceps that features insulation, horizontal teeth at the distal end, and wide ridges over the finger grips. The design mimics successful insulated forceps like the Lovelace Hemostatic Forceps but utilizes wider tips for greater tissue excision during electrocautery procedures....
Published: 5/22/2019   |   Inventor(s): Andrea Abbott, Matthew Roberts
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