Inspira Granted U.S. Patent, Pioneering the Future in the $20 Billion Respiratory Life Support Market

Inspira Granted U.S. Patent, Pioneering the Future in the $20 Billion Respiratory Life Support Market
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According to a recent announcement, Inspira Technologies OXY BHN Ltd. (Nasdaq: IINN), a developer of medical devices revolutionizing acute respiratory care through direct blood oxygenation that bypasses the lungs, has been granted an additional patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its innovative respiratory medical device, the INSPIRA ART500. This positions Inspira as a potential frontrunner in the estimated $20 billion respiratory care market.

The newly granted patent pertains to a novel automated self-priming module explicitly designed for the INSPIRA ART500 device. This state-of-the-art operating module aims to ensure patient safety by providing an emboli-free connection to the patient’s vascular system. In doing so, it aims to diminish the risks tied to clot formation and hampered blood flow. The patent spans nine distinct claims and has been recognized for its novelty, inventive merit, and practical applicability. Outside the U.S., Inspira has initiated patent applications in Europe and several other countries.

In a market catering to a staggering 20 million patients annually, this innovation is monumental. Many of these patients, reliant on mechanical ventilation systems, often face risks and medical complications associated with such systems. The INSPIRA ART500 is poised to bring transformative change by potentially reducing the need for mechanical ventilation systems, which are linked with a 50% mortality rate and can increase the risk of coma, bacterial infections, and associated lung injuries.

Inspira’s trajectory is dotted with intelligent strategies and path-breaking solutions. Just a few weeks before this announcement, Inspira made headlines with its strategic expansion into Central America through a landmark distribution agreement with CIO MED GROUP, a leading distributor of medical devices in the region. This partnership is projected to generate potential revenues of $28 million over five years. The agreement focuses on promoting and deploying INSPIRA ART devices, particularly the INSPIRA ART100, which is currently awaiting FDA approval.

Inspira’s commitment to redefining respiratory care has become quite evident. The company’s flagship product, the INSPIRA ART series, is designed to rapidly elevate blood oxygen saturation levels while allowing patients to remain conscious and alert. This innovative approach improves patient outcomes and reduces dependence on invasive ventilation, thereby minimizing infection risks and accelerating recovery times. Recently, Inspira also unveiled the INSPIRA ART Line of Medical Devices at the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) Conference in Seattle, the World’s Largest Extracorporeal Life Support Conference.

Inspira’s CEO, Dagi Ben-Noon, expressed his optimism: “This patent approval represents a further recognition of our unique solution alongside a major milestone towards the INSPIRA ART500 system and building a global medical solution.”

As Inspira continues its mission to reshape acute respiratory care, it’s clear that the company is not just manufacturing medical equipment but is actively shaping the future of healthcare. With its unwavering commitment to innovation and patient well-being, Inspira is poised to leave a lasting impact on the world of respiratory healthcare.

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