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Accommodative intraocular lens

An accommodating intraocular lens implant is provided that includes (a) a bowl-shaped posterior component and (b) an anterior component, which includes an anterior floating lens unit, which includes an anterior lens; a circumferential rim; and levers, which connect the anterior floating lens unit to the circumferential rim, such that the anterior floating lens unit is movable toward and away from the circumferential ring in an anterior-posterior direction. The bowl-shaped posterior component and the anterior component are distinct from each other and not permanently fixed to each other, and are shaped so as to be assemblable together in situ in a human eye such that the circumferential rim contacts an interface region of an inner surface of the bowl-shaped posterior component, and the levers are pivotable about the interface region during motion of the anterior floating lens unit toward and away from the circumferential ring in the anterior-posterior direction.. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Electrical microglial cell activation

A method is provided that includes positioning electrodes in or in contact with the head of a subject identified as in need of enhanced microglial cell activation. Control circuitry is activated to drive the electrodes to apply an electrical current to the brain of the subject, and to configure the electrical current to enhance microglial cell activation for taking up a substance from brain parenchyma. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Electrical treatment of alzheimer's disease

A method for treating hydrocephalus is provided, including disposing midplane treatment electrodes over a superior sagittal sinus of a brain, outside and in electrical contact with a skull of a head of a subject identified as suffering from hydrocephalus, and disposing lateral treatment electrodes between 1 and 12 cm of a sagittal midplane of the skull. The subject is treated by electroosmotically driving cerebrospinal fluid (csf) out of a ventricular system of the brain via a subarachnoid space of the brain to the superior sagittal sinus, by activating control circuitry to apply one or more treatment currents between (a) one or more of the midplane treatment electrodes and (b) one or more of the lateral treatment electrodes. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Accommodative intraocular lens

An accommodating intraocular lens implant is provided that is shaped so as to be assemblable into an assembled state in situ in a capsular bag of a human eye, and includes an anterior floating lens unit, which comprises an anterior lens; a posterior lens unit, which comprises a posterior lens; an anterior rim; levers, arranged to move the anterior floating lens unit toward and away from the anterior rim, in an anterior-posterior direction; and a circumferential rim, which is attached to the levers. The lens implant is arranged such that in the assemble state: elastic potential energy is stored in the lens implant as a result of deformation of the lens implant during a transition from a fully-accommodated state to a fully-unaccommodated state, and at least 50% of the elastic potential energy stored in the lens implant as the result of the deformation is stored in the circumferential rim.. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Disc therapy

Apparatus is provided that includes at least one intra-pulposus exposed electrode surface, configured to be implanted in a nucleus pulposus of an intervertebral disc, and a plurality of extra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces, configured to be implanted outside the nucleus pulposus, in electrical communication with the intervertebral disc. Control circuitry is configured to separately control at least two of the plurality of extra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces, and to repeatedly alternatively assume: (a) a pressure-increasing mode of operation, in which fluid is electroosmotically driven into the nucleus pulposus to increase pressure in the intervertebral disc, by applying a first mean voltage of less than 1.23 v between the exposed electrode surfaces, and (b) an oxygen-generating mode of operation, in which oxygen is generated within the nucleus pulposus by electrolysis, by applying a second mean voltage of at least 1.23 v between the exposed electrode surfaces. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Intraocular prosthesis

Intraocular apparatus is provided, having an anterior side and a posterior side, and configured for use with an extraocular imaging device. The intraocular apparatus includes a photovoltaic energy receiver, or an rf energy receiver, on the anterior side which receives energy from outside the eye to power the intraocular apparatus. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Ablation management

During a dual-signal period, a dual electric signal is applied at a site of a nerve of a subject, and during an ablation-signal period that is separate from the dual-signal period, an ablation electric signal is applied at the site. The dual electric signal has an excitation component and an ablation component, and the ablation electric signal has the ablation component but not the excitation component. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Wearable defibrillators

A defibrillator is provided that includes a garment, shaped to be worn around a chest of a patient; cardiac sensing electrodes, each of which is configured for placement in external or internal contact with the chest of the patient; and defibrillation electrodes, each of which is coupled to the garment for external placement near the chest of the patient, and which comprise respective reservoirs containing electrically-conductive gel, and respective liners removably covering the gel. One or more exposure actuators are configured to remove the liners from the gel. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Pump for right atrium

Apparatus and methods are described, including apparatus (20) for implanting in a heart of a human subject. The apparatus includes an interatrial anchor (22) shaped to define an opening (26) having a diameter of 4-8 mm, and a bag (24) in fluid communication with the opening of the anchor. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Accommodative intraocular lens

An accommodating intraocular lens implant includes (a) a posterior lens unit and (b) an anterior assembly, which includes first and second anterior components, each of which comprises exactly one polymeric piece. The first anterior component is shaped so as to define an anterior floating lens unit and levers. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Sensors for oral dosage forms

Apparatus is provided that includes a drug capsule containing an oral drug, and a sensing apparatus that includes a housing and a sensor. The housing is shaped so as to define exactly one hemispherical portion and exactly one cylindrical portion, which together define an internal surface tightly fitted to at least a portion of an external surface of the drug capsule. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Electroosmotic tissue treatment

A method is provided that includes implanting a first electrode at a first site in a brain of a subject suffering from hydrocephalus, and a second electrode at a second site in the subject. The hydrocephalus is treated by electroosmotically driving fluid out of the first site, by applying a treatment voltage between the first and the second electrodes.. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Magnetic joint treatment device

Apparatus is provided for treating a native joint of a subject. The apparatus comprises a flexible cuff shaped and sized to be worn, at least in part, around the native joint of the subject. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

Catheter guidance and procedure planning

A method includes, using a computer processor: (1) generating a map of vasculature of a subject, by: (a) displaying (i) a schematic representation of the vasculature including a blood vessel, and (ii) on the schematic representation, a first plurality of branch-site options; (b) receiving a user-selected first branch site, and responsively displaying (i) a schematic representation of a first branch of the vasculature that branches from the schematic representation of the blood vessel at the user-selected first branch site, and (ii) a second plurality of branch-site options; and (c) receiving a user-selected second branch site; (2) in response to receiving the user-selected second branch site, displaying the map; (3) detecting a physiological parameter of the subject; and (4) in response to the detected physiological parameter, determining a value for the parameter, and storing, in association with a location on the map, data representative of the value.. . ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

07/13/17 / #20170196568

Left atrial appendage closure

Apparatus (610) for closure of a left atrial appendage (220) of a heart, comprising a deployment device (520) configured to enter a pericardial region of the heart and to be advanced toward an outer surface of the left atrial appendage; and first and second rigid longitudinal rod elements (630) coupled to each other by at least one coupling suture (552), the first and second rigid longitudinal rod elements (630) being deployable by the deployment device on opposing external surfaces of the left atrial appendage, and configured to compress tissue of the left atrial appendage due to pulling of at least one proximal portion of the coupling suture (552). Other applications are also described.. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

06/29/17 / #20170182317

Disc therapy

A method of treating an intervertebral disc of a subject is provided, comprising implanting, within a nucleus pulposus of the disc, at least three intra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces at different respective locations; and implanting one or more extra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces outside the nucleus pulposus, in electrical communication with the disc. Control circuitry is activated to configure the intra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces to be cathodes, and the one or more extra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces to be one or more anodes, and to drive the intra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces and the one or more extra-pulposus exposed electrode surfaces to electroosmotically drive fluid into the nucleus pulposus to increase pressure in the disc. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

06/22/17 / #20170173331

Electrical treatment of alzheimer's disease

Apparatus is provided that includes midplane treatment electrodes, configured to be disposed over a superior sagittal sinus, outside and in electrical contact with a skull of a head of a subject identified as at risk of or suffering from alzheimer's disease; and lateral treatment electrodes, configured to be disposed between 1 and 12 cm of a sagittal midplane of the skull. Control circuitry is configured to treat the subject by electroosmotically driving fluid from a subarachnoid space to the superior sagittal sinus, by applying one or more treatment currents between (a) one or more of the midplane treatment electrodes and (b) one or more of the lateral treatment electrodes.. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

06/22/17 / #20170172651

Transluminal electrode catheters

A method is described, including: (i) advancing a catheter to a first portion of a renal artery, the catheter having a plurality of electrodes coupled thereto; (ii) using one or more of the electrodes to apply ablating energy at a first portion of the renal artery; (iii) using one or more of the electrodes to apply excitatory current at a second portion of the renal artery that is at or efferent to the first portion; (iv) using a physiological sensor, sensing that a physiological response to the excitatory current is below a threshold response; (v) subsequently, advancing the catheter distally, and (vi) subsequently, using one or more of the electrodes to apply ablating energy at a third portion of the renal artery that is the same as or efferent to the second portion. Other embodiments are also described.. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

06/15/17 / #20170165459

Sinus stent

Paranasal sinus apparatus is provided, including a hole-forming member configured to form a hole through a bone wall of a paranasal sinus of a subject. An implant is provided, having a proximal end and a distal end, and which is shaped to define a lumen. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

05/04/17 / #20170120053

Electrical substance clearance from the brain for treatment of alzheimer's disease

Apparatus is provided that includes a parenchymal electrode, configured to be implanted in brain parenchyma of a subject identified as at risk of or suffering from alzheimer's disease; and a ventricular electrode, configured to be implanted in a ventricular system of a brain of the subject. Control circuitry is configured to drive the parenchymal and the ventricular electrodes to clear a substance from the brain parenchyma into the ventricular system. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

05/04/17 / #20170119435

Pericardial access device

A method is provided for accessing a pericardial space of a subject. The method includes advancing a guide member toward a heart, having (a) a transparent blunt distal end, and (b) a side-facing suction port. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

02/02/17 / #20170028129

Blood glucose reduction

A method for use with a blood-glucose-reduction device is provided. The method includes using a sensor, sensing a parameter indicative of a level of skeletomotor activity of a subject, and generating a signal in response thereto. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

01/12/17 / #20170007823

Electrical treatment of alzheimer's disease

A method is provided that includes disposing midplane treatment electrodes over a superior sagittal sinus, outside and in electrical contact with a skull of a head of a subject identified as at risk of or suffering from alzheimer's disease. Lateral treatment electrodes are disposed between 1 and 12 cm of a sagittal midplane of the skull. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

01/12/17 / #20170007158

Hemodynamic-signal-based electrode-tissue contact detection

A method includes disposing at least one pair of electrodes in or on a body of a subject, including disposing at least one intrarenal electrode of the pair in a renal artery. Control circuitry is activate to (a) apply electrical pulses between the pair of electrodes, (b) calculate at least one time-varying component of electrode-tissue impedance based on applying the pulses, (c) sense a periodic hemodynamic signal of the subject, (d) calculate a level of correlation between the at least one time-varying component of the electrode-tissue impedance and the periodic hemodynamic signal, and (e) based on the level of correlation, ascertain a level of contact between the at least one intrarenal electrodes and a wall of the renal artery. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

01/12/17 / #20170007157

Electrical-signal-based electrode-tissue contact detection

A method includes disposing a pair of current-application electrodes in or on a body, including disposing an intrarenal current-application electrode of the pair in a renal artery. Two or more sensing electrodes are disposed in or on the body, including disposing one of the sensing electrodes on en external surface of skin. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd

01/05/17 / #20170000602

Accommodative intraocular lens

An accommodating intraocular lens implant is provided that includes a bowl-shaped posterior lens unit, which comprises a posterior lens, and has an inner surface; an anterior floating lens unit, which comprises an anterior lens; and a plurality of levers, which (a) are in jointed connection with the anterior floating lens unit and the posterior lens unit, and (b) are arranged to move the anterior floating lens unit toward and away from the posterior lens unit, in an anterior-posterior direction. The lens implant is shaped such that the inner surface limits posterior motion of the anterior floating lens unit.. ... Rainbow Medical Ltd








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