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For patients with heart
and those at risk

For the medical device industry

For the pharmaceutical industry

For those who want to maintain
    a healthy lifestyle

Gold-standard, professional-quality
    ECG system for everyone

Long-term monitoring

Remote analysis
National Institutes of Health give
    Pelex a high priority score

A clinical trial successfully completed
    at  UPMC

What do leading cardiologists have
    to say?

A new US patent granted
National Institutes of Health expert panel gives a high priority score to Pelex-04...
  A new patent is granted by the USPTO

What leading cardiologists say about Pelex-04

May 8, 2014. PinMed is selected among "leading NHLBI-funded companies" to present its Longitudinal Monitoring Platform at the NHLBI Innovation Conference in Boston.

April 22, 2014.  USPTO grants a new patent entitled "Health data dynamics, its sources and linkage with genetic/molecular tests," which further solidifies PinMed's intellectual property portfolio on the network-distributed medical monitoring and Internet-cloud based analytics. The portfolio now includes 7 granted US Patents and additional pending patent applications.

April 17, 2014. PinMed is awarded the second phase of an NIH contract to develop a wireless, multisensor MRI-compatible monitoring system.

December 31, 2013. PinMed successfully completes a large series of longitudinal data analyses performed for an NIH-sponsored study of risk for sudden death at Yale.

May 12-18, 2013. PinMed's Personal Health ExpertTM wins a 2013 TechConnect National Innovation Award. The TechConnect Innovation Awards select the top early-stage innovations from around the world through an industry-review process. Rankings are based on the potential positive impact on a specific industry sector.

November 10, 2012.  PinMed receives a Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a new patent titled "Personalized Monitoring and Healthcare Information Management Using Physiological Basis Functions", which further extends PinMed's intellectual property portfolio on the high-precision, personalized analysis of longitudinal data.  

August 13, 2012.  PinMed receives a new NIH contract to develop a miniaturized, multi-sensor, wireless system for continuous monitoring of 1- to 12-lead ECG, blood pressure and oxygen saturation.

August 6, 2012.  PinMed receives a new NIH SHIFT award to further expand the functionality of its mobile, multi-sensor platform for the continuous, noninvasive tracking of arterial blood pressure at home.

July 5, 2011.  PinMed's scientists' white paper has been selected for presentation at the mHealth Evidence Workshop at the National Institutes of Health. The workshop is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, McKesson Foundation, National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.

January 7, 2011.  PinMed partners with cardiologists from Yale University to analyze the impact of psychological stress on cardiovascular activity in an NIH-supported clinical study.

November 3, 2010.  PinMed receives a Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Award from the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Health and Human Services for its work on a low-cost personalized cardiorespiratory profiling and monitoring system.

September 21, 2010.
United States Patent and Trademark Office issues a  new US Patent "Digital Healthcare Information Management",
which further extends PinMed's intellectual property portfolio. To learn more about PinMed's intellectual property, please follow this

March 3, 2009. New research uses Pelex Technology to show that anger-induced electrical changes in the heart can predict future arrhythmias in patients with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs). To learn more about the study published in the March 3, 2009 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, please follow this link. The study was also featured on ABC News, Associated Press, CBS News, Discovery Channel, Reuters, Fox News, Science Daily and other media. To read the entire article, please follow this link.

February 3, 2009.  A new patent is issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office further extending the scope of applications of Pelex Technology to the analysis of trends in physiological and/or health data. This is the 4-th issued US Patent in PinMed's IP Portfolio covering mobile networks for recording, transmission, pattern-recognition analysis, and representation of physiological/health data To learn more about PinMed's intellectual property, please follow this link.

September 1, 2008.  PinMed receives a new NIH Award with a high priority score for its project "Pelex-C: A high-resolution, wireless ECG systen for infants/children." The Principal Investigator of the project is Dr. Bradley B. Keller, a pediatric cardiologist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Children's Hospital, Professor of Pediatrics, Cell Biology and Molecular Physiology, Director of Pediatric Biomedical Innovation Development and Senior Investigator at Magee Women's Research Institute.

August 15, 2008. 
Patents for Pelex Technology issued in 7 European countries, further solidifying PinMed's leading position in Intelligent Telemedicine and Network-Distributed Information Processing.

December 27, 2007. United States Patent and Trademark Office issues a Notice of Allowance for a new US Patent covering network-distributed, multi-scale technology. This patent further extends and solidifies PinMed's intellectual property portfolio as a leader in Network-distributed, Personalized, Intelligent, Medical technologies. To learn more about PinMed's intellectual property, please follow this link.

December 15, 2007.
European Patent Office issues a Notice of Allowance for Pelex technology.

August 25, 2006.
PinMed is selected to participate in the NIH Commercialization Assistance Program.
The program is designed to help some of the nation's most promising life-science small companies develop their commercial businesses and transition their SBIR-developed products into the marketplace.

August 10, 2006.
PinMed and PLSG Press Release discusses FDA clearance.  
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July 24, 2006.
PinMed receives FDA clearance for Pelex-04 suite of products.

May 15, 2006. PinMed receives Phase II NIH Award with a high priority score.
The second NIH Award raises the total amount of NIH funding to PinMed over the past 2 years to over $900,000.

September 1, 2005.
United States Patents and Trademark Office issues a new patent for Pelex technology.

July 26, 2005.
National Institutes of Health expert review committee gives Pelex-04 a high priority score.
A  panel of the leading experts of the National Institutes of Health Review Committee gives Pelex-04 a high priority score of 153. In 2003, the National Institutes of Health review committee also gave a high score and funding for the initial development of Pelex technology.

April 15. 2005.
What leading cardiologists say about Pelex-04.
A group of leading experts in cardiology enthusiastically received Pelex technology. Some of their remarks are listed below:

"As a practicing electrophysiologist, I can envision multiple clinical uses for the PELEX system once it is approved by the FDA... I think this technology will be extremely useful, both for my own research applications, and also likely for clinical practice."

 Rachel Lampert, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine (Section of Cardiology/Electrophysiology), Yale University School of Medicine

"There is a need for such a system; I am not aware of any other system like this one. This system takes ECG analysis into another dimension. Instead of "linear" approaches, which use small lengths (3-10 sec) of ECG, this method allows serial comparisons of long segments of data, which provide robust characterization of data. This approach provides much more information than the traditional, short-term 12-lead ECG (which is 50-years old); it provides a tool to study dynamics of heart rate variability, restitution, etc. I would be very interested in using this system in my research. In particular, I would be very interested in analyzing dynamics of repolarization along with the cycle length. Some potential applications are:

-          ECG fingerprinting,

-          Normal patterns

-          Patterns altered by disease

-          Patterns altered by drugs

-          Monitoring changes in the course of the disease

-          Monitoring changes due to pharmacological agents

-          Autonomic nervous system effects."

Robert L. Lux, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Research and Training Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, Board Member of the International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology.

"PELEX can save a lot of emergency visits for cardiac and syncope patients. PELEX can replace Holter Monitoring, event monitoring, and loop recorders."

Samir Saba, MD, Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology Program, Cardiovascular Institute, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

"PELEX is a great clinical tool for management of atrial fibrillation, palpitation syndrome, long QT-syndrome, QT-evaluation in patients with antiarrhythmic drugs. Pelex is also a great research tool.  There is a need for such a system like PELEX, and I never saw a system like this one."

 Raul Weiss, MD, FACC, Partner and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiologist at the MidOhio Cardiology and Vascular Consultants, Inc. (one of the leading and largest cardiology practices), Columbus, Ohio, Board-certified in internal medicine, cardiology, and electrophysiology, Member, Heart Rhythm Society, American Heart Association, Fellow, American College of Cardiology

"PELEX takes diagnostic electrophysiology to a new level, particularly, with unstable arrhythmic substrates, such as genetic repolarization disorders and more common syndromes, such as paroxysmal atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardias. It has the capability to be widely used for ambulatory arrhythmia monitoring and can potentially substitute invasive implantable loop recorders.

Raveen Bazaz, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiologist, Cardiovascular Institute, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

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