A prototype of Injectsense's wireless silicon sensor module next to a grain of rice. The device is designed for long-term in-vivo monitoring of intra-ocular pressure (IOP) to assess glaucoma therapy effectiveness.
The Injectsense system is designed to create a path from raw data to clinically actionable information through various layers of hardware, software, firmware, and analytics at different levels, all of which interact to provide high-value patient baselines, trends, or snapshots for dynamic disease markers. Physicians and clinical teams can expect to use the system out of the box with standard settings, or may use it as a configurable "toolbox" to yield the most relevant data for their needs.
A critical challenge in developing an injectable sensor is the ability to design a biocompatible platform without affecting the electronics that support the sensing, computing and transmission of data. The Injectsense platform specifically enables medical teams to capture data on biological function because the electronics are effectively decoupled from the media, eliminating reliability and accuracy concerns around the device and generated data. The sensor is stable, functions over years, triggers minimal immune response and is compatible with the surrounding environment. It offers a highly predictable interface to the media as well as to what must be measured.
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CAUTION - Investigational Device. Limited by Federal law to investigational use.