Implanted sensing system for joint replacements

Michael Heimlich (Inventor), Des Bokor (Inventor), Rajas Prakash Khokle (Inventor), Karunanayake Pathirannahalage Asoka Priyathama Esselle (Inventor)

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Abstract

A sensor and a system including a sensor for monitoring a prosthesis implanted in biological tissue of a prosthesis recipient are described. A sensor is implanted in the biological tissue proximate to the prosthesis. The sensor transmits a measurement signal towards the prosthesis and a receiver receives the measurement signal. An antenna transmits data dependent on the measurement signal to an external device. A data analyser analyses the transmitted data to obtain monitoring information comprising spatial position of the prosthesis relative to the one or more sensors. The system may comprise more than one sensor.

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2017143400
IPCA61F 2/02 2006.01,A61B 5/103 2006.01,A61B 5/00 2006.01,G06F 19/00 2011.01,A61B 5/11 2006.01
Priority date26/02/16
Filing date24/02/17
Publication statusSubmitted - 31 Aug 2017

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