OHK Medical Devices Ltd.
|OHK Medical Devices Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150347904||METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OPTIMIZATION OF AN EXSANGUINATION TOURNIQUET - The present invention discloses a system, method, and computer program product for determining an optimal compressive pressure of an exsanguination tourniquet and an exsanguination tourniquet, system, and method of assembly. The method includes obtaining at least one parameter related to a tourniquet material, at least one parameter related to the tourniquet positioning, and identifying information comprising a description of at least one component of the tourniquet, selecting program instructions for execution by the processor, determining a compressive pressure of the tourniquet by executing selected program instructions, and determining if the compressive pressure of the tourniquet is optimized.||12-03-2015|
|20150342614||METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OPTIMIZATION OF AN EXSANGUINATION TOURNIQUET - The exsanguination tourniquet includes a constricting member and at least one sleeve removably coupled to the constricting member. The system includes the exsanguination tourniquet and an applicator device. The method of assembling includes obtaining a constricting member, obtaining at least one sleeve, and wrapping the at least one sleeve around the constricting member.||12-03-2015|
|20090254012||MOTION CONTROL DEVICES - Disclosed is a device for exsanguinating a portion of an extremity. The device comprises an elastic torus configured to ensanguine a limb when surrounding an extremity and pulled at a first linear rate in a first direction; and at least one elongate attachment element mechanically coupled to the torus to convey pulling force from the handle to the torus, wherein the a length of the elongate attachment element between the handle and the torus elongates at a different rate than the first rate, during the pulling.||10-08-2009|
|20090248061||MOBILE TORUS DEVICES - Disclosed is a device for exsanguinating a portion of an extremity, the device comprising a torus having a variable circumferential diameter, the torus configured to encircle an extremity portion and apply exsanguination pressure thereto, and a transducer operatively associated with the torus, the transducer, while the torus is encircling the extremity portion, being configured to control at least one of a diameter of the variable circumferential diameter, a tension in the torus and a pressure applied by the torus.||10-01-2009|
|20090209891||PRESSURE CONTROLLING DEVICES - Disclosed is a method for exsanguinating a portion of an extremity. The method comprises, encircling a cross sectional portion of an extremity with at least one exsanguinating pressure inducer, moving one or both of a pressure produced at a pressure application point by the at least one exsanguinating pressure inducer and a portion of the extremity with respect to each other, inducing an exsanguinating pressure on the portion of the extremity to which pressure is applied during the moving, and controlling the exsanguinating pressure to remain within an exsanguinating range of pressure.||08-20-2009|
|20090155341||Medical device and a method for applying a biochemically active material on one or more body parts - A medical device having a sleeve-shaped elastic body which is rolled up to form an annular structure and may be rolled down to annularly contacting one or more body parts, such as limbs, a biochemically active material, such as a disinfecting material, added substantially to a portion of the sleeve-shaped elastic body, and a pressure-exerting element for rolling down the sleeve-shaped elastic body while applying an external pressure on a contact point between the portion and the one or more body parts.||06-18-2009|
|20080262535||Method and an apparatus for adjusting Blood circulation in a limb - A mechanized tourniquet adapted for application in a surgery, emergency or military situation to stop arterial blood loss in an injured limb, which is optionally activated by a user or automatically by detecting therein the free tip of its pressure-applying band. The tourniquet and its electromechanical tension device are automatically controlled by means of the band tension controlling mechanism and a timer initialized by a safety signal.||10-23-2008|
Patent applications by OHK Medical Devices Ltd.