Daxor: The Patent Office of Japan grants patent for Total Body Albumin Analyzer
Daxor has also received notice of Decision to Grant a patent for the Total Body Albumin Analyzer by The Patent Office of Japan. This provides important international protection for this invention, which was already granted under US Patent number 9,002,657 on April 7, 2015. This technology allows the calculation of Total Body Albumin to be made by the Daxor BVA-100 and extends the capabilities of this device beyond the several volume measures it provides. Jonathan Feldschuh, Chief Scientific Officer, who led the development effort stated "This measurement provides physicians with an additional unique quantitative insight into the size of the extra-cellular fluid space, as well as the total supply of this critical blood component. It is a breakthrough in medical technology as it is the first device to offer this measurement and has already generated enquiries from interested researchers."