VibroSense Dynamics has received an "Intention to grant" for a new patent

VibroSense Dynamics AB (VibroSense) has received an "Intention to grant" from the Swedish Patent Office and a positive Written Opinion from an international PCT application. The patent covers an important part of VibroSense’s measurement technology to measure skin temperature continuously during an examination with VibroSense Meter® II.

VibroSense strengthens the protection around its unique technology MultiFrequency Vibrometry which is part of the company's product VibroSense Meter® II. The new patent extends the company's IP protection for further 20 years, which is part of the company's long-termstrategy.

  • We are continuously working to strengthen the company's IP protection and with our latest patent we have now extended the protection until 2040.  Our long-term IP protection strategy is based on our continuous efforts to seek new patents as we obtain clinical data that we deem patentable," says Hans Wallin, CEO of VibroSense Dynamics AB.

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Hans Wallin, CEO VibroSense Dynamics AB,
Phone: +46 40 88 026
E-mail: info@vibrosense.com

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About VibroSense Dynamics AB (publ)

VibroSense Dynamics AB (public) manufactures and develops efficient systems to support early detection and diagnosis of sensory neuropathy, i.e. disease of large nerve fibres and nerve trunks in e.g. legs and arms. Our vision is that the VibroSense Meter shall be the golden standard instrument for neurological examinations to assess sensory neuropathy and help to improve life conditions for patients having a risk of getting nerve injuries.

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VibroSense Dynamics AB (public) sells and develops efficient systems to support early detection and diagnosis of sensory neuropathy, i.e. disease of large nerve fibres and nerve trunks in e.g. legs and arms. The Company, founded in 2005, has been listed on Spotlight stock market since May 2015. Our vision is that the VibroSense Meter shall be the golden standard instrument for neurological examinations to assess sensory neuropathy and help to improve life conditions for patients having a risk of getting nerve injuries.

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