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Myringo Seal - Non-Invasive Tympanic Membrane Repair

Nahmias Yaakov, HUJI, School of Computer Science and Engineering, Bio-Engineering

 

Categories

Life sciences & Biotechnology

Keywords   

Otorhinolaryngology, Medical devices

Development Stage

Provisional patent in preparation

Application

The current procedure for Tympanic Membrane Perforation (TMP)  repair requires an open surgery under general anesthesia whereby an incision is made in order to raise the tympanomeatal flap. The purpose of this aggressive stage is only to reach the medial side of the eardrum in order to securely place a graft.

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Our Innovation

  • Noninvasive device for the repair of tympanic membrane perforation
  • Expanding Bio compatible graft
  • No incisions
  • Time and cost saving
  • Quick Recovery
  • Topical anesthesia
  • Ambulatory clinic

 

Opportunity

Tympanic Membrane Perforation (TMP) is caused by a variety of different processes such as middle ear infection, direct trauma, and poor post-operative healing following ventilation tubes insertion. TMP limit subjects ability to expose their ear to water, as well as lead to decreased hearing, autophony, pain and chronic ear discharge due to secondary infection.

  • Over 175,000 TMP surgeries are carried out in the US every year.
  • Enabling up to 60% saving in cost reduction  

 

 

 

Contact for more information:

Mel Larrosa
VP Business Development Healthcare
+972-2-6586692
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