Surgical Equipment Monitoring: Introducing IX Innovation's Patent 11,462,324
Surgical Equipment Monitoring

Welcome to the future of robotic surgical equipment monitoring, where the limitations of automated and robotic surgical procedures are no longer barriers to quality healthcare. Patent 11,462,324 seeks to reduce the high rate of adverse events during surgical procedures, which can be due to various factors such as communication breakdowns, delays in diagnosis or treatment, and technical errors during the operation. It is a prized asset for medical device startups, mid-size companies, and large corporations alike, offering numerous benefits that make it key for shaping the future of robotic surgery.

patent CLAIMS
The patent proposes a system for surgical equipment monitoring that aims to mitigate potential surgical complications, misuse, or malfunctions related to surgical equipment. The system includes an electronic health records database and a database of surgical tools. At least one sensor and at least one surgical tool are used before, during, or after a surgical procedure. The sensor associated with the surgical tool is monitored for at least one parameter. The monitored data is compared to the expected value of that parameter for the current step in the surgical procedure from the surgical tools database. If a potential surgical complication is determined, the system generates a notification indicating the potential surgical complication.
Why Is This Patent Valuable?

As robotic surgery improves, this patent represents a significant innovation in the field of robotic surgical operations and automated medical processes, setting a new
standard for safety and efficiency
  • Improved Patient Safety
    The patent addresses a significant issue in surgical procedures - the high rate of adverse events. By monitoring surgical equipment and comparing actual performance with expected performance, the system can identify potential complications and notify the relevant parties. This could lead to a reduction in surgical errors and improved patient safety.
  • Efficiency and Cost Reduction
    The system proposed in the patent can potentially relieve medical personnel from routine tasks, allowing them to focus on more critical aspects of patient care. This could lead to increased efficiency in surgical procedures. Additionally, by reducing the rate of complications, the system could also lead to a reduction in the costs associated with post-operative care and litigation.
  • Innovation in Surgical Procedures
    The patent represents an innovative step in the field of surgical procedures, particularly in the area of robotic surgery. The use of machine learning and convolutional neural networks in monitoring surgical equipment is a novel approach that could lead to further advancements in this field.
  • Regulatory Compliance
    The system is designed to be compatible with best practice guidelines for surgery from regulatory bodies and professional standards organizations. This could make the adoption of the technology smoother and more straightforward for healthcare providers.
  • Market Potential
    Given the constant need for surgical procedures and the increasing emphasis on patient safety and procedure efficiency, the market potential for such a technology is vast. Hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare providers could benefit from this technology, making it a potentially profitable patent.
  • Active Status
    The patent is currently active, meaning the patent holders have exclusive rights to the technology until its expiration in 2041. This exclusivity can provide a competitive advantage in the market.
  • Broad Application
    The patent's technology can be applied to various types of surgical procedures, increasing its potential user base and market applicability.
  • Data Generation
    The system's ability to monitor and record detailed data about surgical procedures could also be valuable for research and development purposes, as well as for training and education in the medical field.
Invest in IX Innovation's Patent 11,462,324
Investing in Patent 11,462,324 supports the future of human surgery particularly in monitoring surgical equipment
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