Sensus Healthcare has patented a method for treating patients using a radiotherapy system that combines high-frequency ultrasound and optical imaging data to create a treatment plan based on tissue densities. The system can adapt treatment based on patient arrival and historical data, transitioning medical equipment for optimal care. GlobalData’s report on Sensus Healthcare gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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According to GlobalData’s company profile on Sensus Healthcare, Vaping device aerosol generators was a key innovation area identified from patents. Sensus Healthcare's grant share as of February 2024 was 36%. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

Radiotherapy treatment planning based on fused imaging data

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: Sensus Healthcare Inc

A recently granted patent (Publication Number: US11894123B2) outlines a method for treating patients using a radiotherapy system that combines structural imaging data acquired through high-frequency ultrasound and functional imaging data acquired through optical imaging to produce a fused model of a region of interest, including the patient's skin. This fused model is then used to assign a disease type classification and generate a radiation treatment plan for the patient. The system further involves detecting the patient's arrival at a medical facility using information from a mobile device, retrieving the treatment plan from a datastore, and adjusting the treatment protocol based on machine-learned information from the patient's medical records and operational system data. The method also includes tracking the patient's movement within the facility, updating medical records, scheduling appointments, and notifying medical professionals of any changes in the treatment plan.

Additionally, the patent describes a system that includes a radiotherapy system, a datastore, and a processor programmed to detect patient arrivals, retrieve treatment plans, adjust protocols based on historical data, and transition medical equipment to different operational states. The system can track patient movement, generate maps of their location within the facility, determine locations using beacons, acquire appointment and medical information, track treatment progress, update medical records, schedule appointments, and notify professionals of any changes in treatment plans. Furthermore, the system can detect the status of medical equipment and communicate this information to service engineers regularly. Overall, the patented method and system aim to streamline the treatment process, enhance patient care, and improve the efficiency of radiotherapy treatments in medical facilities.

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