Xcelerate, Inc. (OTCQB:XCRT) has taken a major step towards protecting the groundbreaking technology behind its surgical tools with targeting guidance. The company has filed two utility patent applications, as well as corresponding PCT applications, in order to secure the priority of its patent application – filed on March 24th, 2022 – for the revolutionary surgical tools.
Xcelerate is continuing to carry out their mission of “utilizing non-medical engineering advancements and applying them to clinical care” with the filing of two patent applications. This innovative venture is co-invented by two of Xcelerate’s Advisory Board members, Dr. Anja Glisovic and Dr. Dilan Ellegala, making it a truly collaborative effort.
“Today, we are proud to unveil the first images from our In-Tool-Optics prototypes and share the news of our recent patent filings, a testament to the parallel development, testing and IP-protection of our surgical device lines. Our approach ensures the highest standards of safety and effectiveness for our customers,” said Michael O’Shea, Xcelerate’s CEO.
The In-Tool-Optics series of surgical instruments and devices has revolutionized the way surgeries are performed, bringing a new “first-person view” to the surgical theatre. By integrating cameras directly into surgical tools, surgeons can now follow and perform procedures from the tool’s perspective, allowing them to achieve greater precision and speed in their work.
With the added benefit of projection of targeting markers and illumination, surgeries have become easier and require less space than ever before. This innovative approach has truly changed the face of modern medicine, giving surgeons the power to work with greater accuracy and efficiency.
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In May 2020, Xcelerate made strides towards revolutionizing the medical industry with the implementation of a new business plan. This plan encompasses two distinct yet interconnected areas of the medical field – the acquisition and licensing of medical equipment and patents, and the development of virtual health technology to expand access to medical care in developing countries. With Xcelerate’s innovative approach, the future of medical care is looking brighter than ever.