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    2. Optical coherence tomography probe for crossing coronary occlusions

      Optical coherence tomography probe for crossing coronary occlusions
      Systems and methods for controlling a guide with the aid of optical coherence tomography (OCT) data are described. A guide wire includes at least one optical fiber, a flexible substrate, and one or more optical elements. The at least one optical fiber transmits a source beam of radiation. The flexible substrate includes a plurality of waveguides. At least one of the plurality of waveguides transmits one or more beams of ...
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    3. Distributed delay-line for low-coherence interferometry

      Distributed delay-line for low-coherence interferometry
      A Time Domain Optical Coherence Tomography system using a modulation scheme multiplexes the scanning range of the delay line into different spectral bands. Such a modulation scheme may allow for power consumption reduction compared with a single delay line element since the same modulation pattern is being used for several channels. In an example, the optical coherence tomography system may include a plurality of stages, each stage having a group ...
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    4. Radiofrequency ablation catheter with optical tissue evaluation

      Radiofrequency ablation catheter with optical tissue evaluation
      Systems and methods for performing RF ablation while monitoring the procedure using low coherence interferometry (LCI) data are described. A catheter includes a distal section, a proximal section, a multiplexer, and a sheath coupled between the distal section and the proximal section. The distal section includes several interconnected optical ports configured to transmit exposure radiation toward a sample and receive radiation that have been reflected or scattered from the sample ...
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    5. Handheld multi‐modal imaging for point‐of‐care skin diagnosis based on akinetic integrated optics optical coherence tomography

      Handheld multi‐modal imaging for point‐of‐care skin diagnosis based on akinetic integrated optics optical coherence tomography
      A handheld skin imaging system with joint optical coherence tomography (OCT) at 1300 nm and digital epiluminescence microscopy (EM) is presented. The two modalities are physically co‐registered in a common‐path configuration. The instrument is enabled by a dedicated planar lightwave circuit with a footprint of only 1.1 x 19.5 mm 2 that provides akinetic axial OCT scanning at speeds up to 24 kHz. Lateral scanning is ...
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    6. Miniaturized OCT package and assembly thereof

      Miniaturized OCT package and assembly thereof
      A chip package includes a housing, one or more electrical connections coupled to an exterior of the housing, a photonic integrated circuit, and a scanning unit. Both the photonic integrated circuit and the scanning unit are disposed within the housing. The photonic integrated circuit has at least one waveguide designed to guide a beam of light. The scanning unit is designed to laterally scan the beam of light across a ...
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    7. Bidirectional photonic integrated circuit with suppressed reflection

      Bidirectional photonic integrated circuit with suppressed reflection
      A photonic integrated circuit is presented that includes a substrate, and a first and second waveguide patterned on the substrate. The first waveguide guides an input beam of radiation. The photonic integrated circuit also includes a coupling region, wherein the first and second waveguides each pass through the coupling region. One or more modulating elements are coupled to each of the first and second waveguides. The first waveguide and the ...
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    8. Optical beam scanner

      Optical beam scanner
      A scanning device is presented having a substrate with a first surface and an opposite, parallel second surface. A region of the substrate includes the first surface and the opposite parallel second surface, and is defined via an etching process through a thickness of the substrate, where the region remains attached to the substrate via one or more hinges. A waveguide is patterned over the first surface of the region ...
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    9. Beyond Better Clinical Care: Optical Coherence Tomography's Economic Impact

      Beyond Better Clinical Care: Optical Coherence Tomography's Economic Impact
      The optical coherence tomography (OCT) industry has grown dramatically in its first 25 years, and while the positive effects on patient clinical care are the most important measure of OCT's success, its contributions to the economy in jobs, tax receipts, and healthcare savings are also noteworthy. The field of optical coherence tomography (OCT) has grown dramatically since its discovery in the early 1990s. The commercialization and growth of OCT ...
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    10. Integrated delay line for optical coherence tomography

      Integrated delay line for optical coherence tomography
      A system includes a waveguide that guides a beam of radiation, a variable delay unit, and a polarization-dependent modulating unit. The variable delay unit modulates the refractive index in a region, and the waveguide makes a plurality of passes through the region. The polarization-dependent element compensates for birefringence associated with the beam of radiation and includes a polarization splitter and a plurality of modulating elements. The polarization splitter has a ...
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    11. Scanning device for low coherence interferometry

      Scanning device for low coherence interferometry
      A system for lateral scanning of a sample using optical coherence tomography is presented. The low coherence interferometry system includes a first multiplexing unit and a second multiplexing unit. The first multiplexing unit is configured to receive a first beam of radiation and includes a first plurality of optical delay elements configured to introduce a group delay to the first beam of radiation based on an optical path traversed by ...
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    12. Electro-optical silicon-based phase modulator with null residual amplitude modulation

      Electro-optical silicon-based phase modulator with null residual amplitude modulation
      Systems and methods are presented for modulating a beam of radiation, such that the modulated beam exhibits substantially null residual amplitude modulation (RAM). An electro-optical modulator is presented that includes a waveguide, a first region associated with the waveguide and a second region associated with the waveguide. The waveguide is designed to guide a beam of radiation. A first electric potential applied to the first region causes a first modulation ...
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  2. About MedLumics

    MedLumics

    Medlumics is a medical device start-up born in 2009 from a compromise with improving human living standards by means of technology.  Biophotonics is our central field of activity and our mission is to extract value from the exciting scientific and technological advances that are taking place in it, transforming them into innovative and high quality solutions for the global market.

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    1. "The Series A financing is a major achievement for MedLumics that aligns us with top-tier life science investment partners who believe in the tremendous potential of our microchip-based OCT technology...We believe this investment speaks to the exceptional clinical value it will ultimately bring to physicians and patients.
      Eduardo Margallo Balbás in MedLumics Announces 3.5 Million Euro/4.7 Million USD Series A Financing, Led by Ysios Capital Partners and “la Caixa”
    2. Wolfgang's experience in creating, developing and commercializing medical technology, his global vision of the medical imaging market, and his proven strategic skills will help us optimize the potential of MedLumics' technology innovation to deliver clinical value to physicians and patients around the world.
      In MedLumics Appoints Dr. Wolfgang Reim as Independent Director
    3. While we have been actively advancing our lesion assessment technology for the last two years, we are very pleased to see that the significant Series B investment will give MedLumics the means to complete our best-in-class product, conduct a series of international clinical trials to prove its safety and efficacy, and market it to specialist centers. As the company advances and grows into new areas, we will now expand and develop the team internationally.
      Eduardo Margallo Balbás in MedLumics Secures 34.4 Million Euros in Series B Funding for OCT Guided Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation