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    2. NinePoint Medical Appoints Eman Namati, Ph.D., to Chief Executive Officer

      NinePoint Medical Appoints Eman Namati, Ph.D., to Chief Executive Officer
      ...tical Coherence Tomography (OCT) for gastrointestinal applications, is pleased to announce the appointment of Eman Namati, Ph.D., to President and Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Namati succeeds Christopher von Jako, Ph.D.,...
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    3. Imaging Apparatus With Balloon And Shaped Tip

      Imaging Apparatus With Balloon And Shaped Tip
      Exemplary imaging apparatuses are described. Various imaging apparatuses may implement optical coherence tomography (OCT) and/or optical frequency domain imaging (OFDI) gastrointestinal tissue imaging methods and technologies. Furthermore, the imaging apparatuses may include a rotatable imaging element to scan a bodily lumen, such as the esophagus. The imaging element may be housed within an inflatable balloon. Still further, the imaging apparatuses may include a shaped tip. The shaped tip may ...
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    4. Optical coherence tomography in gastroenterology: a review and future outlook

      Optical coherence tomography in gastroenterology: a review and future outlook
      Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an imaging technique optically analogous to ultrasound that can generate depth-resolved images with micrometer-scale resolution. Advances in fiber optics and miniaturized actuation technologies allow OCT imaging of the human body and further expand OCT utilization in applications including but not limited to cardiology and gastroenterology. This review article provides an overview of current OCT development and its clinical utility in the gastrointestinal tract, including disease ...
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    5. Apparatus and methods for producing and/or providing recirculating optical delay(s)

      Apparatus and methods for producing and/or providing recirculating optical delay(s)
      Exemplary apparatus and method can be availed for providing at least one electromagnetic radiation. For example, it is possible to provide at least one first electromagnetic radiation having a frequency that changes over time with a first characteristic period. Further, with at least one hardware arrangement, it is possible to receive and modify the first electromagnetic radiation(s) into at least one second electromagnetic radiation having a frequency that changes ...
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    6. Imaging system producing multiple registered images of a body lumen

      Imaging system producing multiple registered images of a body lumen
      Systems, devices and methods for producing registered images of a body lumen are provided. The system includes a first imaging device having an imager positioned at a distal end thereof, said first imaging device configured to produce a first image of a body cavity; and an imaging system, including a second imaging device having an imager positioned at a distal end thereof and configured to be positioned approximate to said ...
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    7. FREQUENCY-DOMAIN Optical Coherence Tomography With Extended FIELD-OF-VIEW And Reduction Of Aliasing Artifacts

      FREQUENCY-DOMAIN Optical Coherence Tomography With Extended FIELD-OF-VIEW And Reduction Of Aliasing Artifacts
      The present disclosure provides an OCT imaging system to reduce or eliminate frequency-domain aliasing artifacts. The frequency is shifted using a carrier frequency to define a sampling range substantially centered on the carrier frequency. An image of the sample is generated from a displayed imaging range that consists of a subset of the frequencies within the sampling range.
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    8. Four-dimensional visualization of subpleural alveolar dynamics in vivo during uninterrupted mechanical ventilation of living swine

      Four-dimensional visualization of subpleural alveolar dynamics in vivo during uninterrupted mechanical ventilation of living swine
      ...glert, Jocelyn E. Eckert, Jeroen Hostens, Brett E. Bouma, and Guillermo J. Tearney »View Author Affiliations Eman Namati,^1,^6 William C. Warger, II,^1,^6 Carolin I. Unglert,^1,^2 Jocelyn E. Eckert,^1 Jeroen Hostens,^5 ...
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    9. Optical coherence tomography imaging during thyroid and parathyroid surgery: A novel system of tissue identification and differentiation to obviate tissue resection and frozen section

      Optical coherence tomography imaging during thyroid and parathyroid surgery: A novel system of tissue identification and differentiation to obviate tissue resection and frozen section
      Background : Optical coherence tomography(OCT) allows tissue histologic-like evaluation, but without tissue fixation or staining. We investigated OCT images from tissues obtained at thyroid and parathyroid surgeries to provide a preliminary assessment as to whether these images contain sufficient information for recognition and differentiation of normal neck tissues. Methods : Normal tissues were obtained from patients undergoing surgical treatment. Two new-generations OCT systems including optical frequency domain imaging(OFDI) and OCT ...
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    10. Validation of two-dimensional and three-dimensional measurements of subpleural alveolar size parameters by optical coherence tomography

      Validation of two-dimensional and three-dimensional measurements of subpleural alveolar size parameters by optical coherence tomography
      Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has been increasingly used for imaging pulmonary alveoli. Only a few studies, however, have quantified individual alveolar areas, and the validity of alveolar volumes represented within OCT images has not been shown. To validate quantitative measurements of alveoli from OCT images, we compared the cross-sectional area, perimeter, volume, and surface area of matched subpleural alveoli from microcomputed tomography (micro-CT) and OCT images of fixed air-filled swine ...
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    11. Evaluation of optical reflectance techniques for imaging of alveolar structure

      Evaluation of optical reflectance techniques for imaging of alveolar structure
      Three-dimensional (3-D) visualization of the fine structures within the lung parenchyma could advance our understanding of alveolar physiology and pathophysiology. Current knowledge has been primarily based on histology, but it is a destructive two-dimensional (2-D) technique that is limited by tissue processing artifacts. Micro-CT provides high-resolution three-dimensional (3-D) imaging within a limited sample size, but is not applicable to intact lungs from larger animals or humans. Optical reflectance techniques offer ...
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    12. Intra-arterial catheter for simultaneous microstructural and molecular imaging in vivo

      Intra-arterial catheter for simultaneous microstructural and molecular imaging in vivo
      Advancing understanding of human coronary artery disease requires new methods that can be used in patients for studying atherosclerotic plaque microstructure in relation to the molecular mechanisms that underlie its initiation, progression and clinical complications, including myocardial infarction and sudden cardiac death. Here we report a dual-modality intra-arterial catheter for simultaneous microstructural and molecular imaging in vivo using a combination of optical frequency domain imaging (OFDI) and near-infrared fluorescence (NIRF ...
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  2. About Eman Namati

    Eman Namati

    Eman Namati, PhD President and CEO Eman Namati brings to NinePoint Medical extensive scientific and technical expertise in the field of medical imaging. Prior to joining NinePoint, Eman was a post-doctoral research fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School working with Profs. Gary Tearney and Brett Bouma on the development of Optical Frequency Domain Imaging. He has authored and coauthored over 50 scientific publications, abstracts and book chapters in the fields of signal processing, computed tomography, multi-modal imaging and biomedical optics. In addition, he has numerous patents related to optical imaging technologies. Eman holds a PhD in Biomedical Engineering through a dual program with Flinders University Australia and the University of Iowa as an APA(Australian Post-graduate award) and ISATNA(Iowa/South Australian Transnational Alliance) fellowship recipient. He received a double undergraduate degree in Engineering (BE) and Science (BSc) from Flinders University Australia.

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    1. I am honored and incredibly excited to take on this leadership role during such a pivotal point in the company’s history and look forward to working with Merit Medical on our new strategic partnership. I would like to extend my sincere thanks to Chris for his service to NinePoint and mentorship to me over the past four-years. I am fortunate to be surrounded by a truly talented team with exciting and innovative products in the pipeline. Together, we look forward to continuing our important mission towards early detection of cancer.
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