Patents Assigned to Omni MedSci, Inc.
  • Patent number: 11109761
    Abstract: A diagnostic system includes a light source having semiconductor sources, optical amplifiers, and fibers configured to deliver a first optical beam to a nonlinear element configured to broaden a spectrum of the first optical beam to at least 10 nanometers through a nonlinear effect in the nonlinear element, wherein a broadened-spectrum output beam comprises a near-infrared wavelength between 600-1000 nanometers. An interface device, having a cap with fiber leads configured to couple to the light source and to a receiver having one or more detectors, delivers the output optical beam to a tissue sample. The receiver is configured to receive a diffuse spectroscopy output beam resulting from light diffusion of the output optical beam into a top two (2) millimeters of the sample and to process the diffuse spectroscopy output beam to generate an output signal that monitors absorption or scattering features of the tissue sample.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 9, 2018
    Date of Patent: September 7, 2021
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10942064
    Abstract: A diagnostic system is provided with a plurality of semiconductor light emitters, each configured to generate an optical beam, and a beam combiner to generate a multiplexed optical beam. An optical fiber or waveguide communicates at least a portion of the multiplexed optical beam to form an output beam, wherein the output beam is pulsed. A filter, coupled to at least one of a lens and a mirror to receive at least a portion of the output beam, forms an output light. A beam splitter splits the light into a sample arm and a reference arm and directs at least a portion of the sample arm light to a sample. A detection system is configured to receive from the sample at least a portion of reflected sample light, to generate a sample detector output, and to use a lock-in technique with the pulsed output beam.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 4, 2019
    Date of Patent: March 9, 2021
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10928374
    Abstract: A measurement system comprises a pulsed, near-infrared array of laser diodes, the laser diode array comprising Bragg reflectors, and wherein laser diode light is configured to penetrate tissue comprising skin. A detection system comprising a camera is synchronized to the laser diodes, and the camera is configured to receive some of the laser diode light reflected from the tissue. The detection system is configured to non-invasively measure blood within the skin, the detection system is configured to measure absorption of hemoglobin in the wavelength range between 700 and 1300 nanometers, and the processor is configured to compare the absorption of hemoglobin between different spatial locations of tissue and over a period of time. Physiological parameters are measured by the system. The measurement system is configured to use artificial intelligence in making decisions, and the system is further configured to use regression signal processing, multivariate data analysis, or component analysis techniques.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 8, 2020
    Date of Patent: February 23, 2021
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10918287
    Abstract: A measurement system comprises a pulsed laser diode array that includes one or more Bragg reflectors, and wherein the light generated by the array penetrates tissue comprising skin. At least some of the wavelengths of light are in the near infrared. The detection system is synchronized to the laser diode array and comprises an infrared camera and a first receiver comprising a plurality of detectors. The first receiver comprises one or more detector arrays and performs a time-of-flight measurement. The measurement system generates an image, the detection system non-invasively measures blood in blood vessels within or below a dermis layer within the skin based at least in part on near-infrared diffuse reflection from the skin, and the detection system measures absorption of hemoglobin between 700 and 1300 nanometers wavelength range. A processor compares the absorption of hemoglobin between different tissue spatial locations, and the measurement system processes the time-of-flight measurement.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 21, 2020
    Date of Patent: February 16, 2021
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10874304
    Abstract: A measurement system is provided with a light source that is configured to increase signal-to-noise ratio by increasing a light intensity from at least one of a plurality of semiconductor sources. An apparatus to receive a portion of the output optical beam, and deliver an analysis output beam to a sample. A receiver to: receive and process at least a portion of the analysis output beam reflected or transmitted from the sample, generate an output signal, and synchronize to the light source. A smart phone or tablet to: receive and process at least a portion of the output signal, store and display the processed output signal, and transmit at least a portion of the processed output signal. A cloud to: receive an output status comprising the at least a portion of the processed output signal, process the received output status to generate processed data, and store the processed data.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 31, 2019
    Date of Patent: December 29, 2020
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10820807
    Abstract: A blood measurement system comprises an array of laser diodes, to generate light to penetrate tissue comprising skin, having one or more wavelengths, including a near-infrared wavelength, and Bragg reflector(s). At least one of the laser diodes to pulse at a pulse repetition rate between 1-100 megahertz. A detection system to measure blood in veins based at least in part on near-infrared diffuse reflection from the skin, the detection system comprising a photo-detector and a lens system coupled to the photo-detector, wherein the photo-detector is coupled to analog-to-digital converter(s) and a processor, and configured to measure absorption of hemoglobin in the near-infrared wavelength between 700-1300 nanometers, differentiate between regions in the skin with and without distinct veins, and implement pattern matching and a threshold function to correlate detected blood concentrations with a library of known concentrations to determine overlap.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 20, 2019
    Date of Patent: November 3, 2020
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10677774
    Abstract: A smart phone or tablet includes laser diodes configured to be pulsed and generate near-infrared light between 700-2500 nanometers. Lenses direct the light to a sample. A detection system includes a photodiode array with pixels coupled to CMOS transistors, and is configured to receive light reflected from the sample, to be synchronized to the light from the laser diodes, and to perform a time-of-flight measurement of a time difference between light from the laser diodes and light reflected from the sample. The detection system is configured to convert light received while the laser diodes are off into a first signal, and light received while at least one laser diodes is on, which includes light reflected from the sample, into a second signal. The smart phone or tablet is configured to difference the first signal and the second signal and to generate a two-dimensional or three-dimensional image using the time-of-flight measurement.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 14, 2019
    Date of Patent: June 9, 2020
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10660526
    Abstract: A remote sensing system includes an array of laser diodes configured to generate light. One or more scanners are configured to receive a portion of the light from the array of laser diodes and to direct the portion of the light from the array of laser diodes to an object. A detection system is configured to receive at least a portion of light reflected from the object and is configured to be synchronized to the at least a portion of the array of laser diodes comprising Bragg reflectors. The remote sensing system is configured to generate a two-dimensional or three-dimensional mapping using at least a portion of a time-of-flight measurement. The remote sensing system is adapted to be mounted on a vehicle and communicate with a cloud. The at least a portion of the two-dimensional or three-dimensional mapping is combined with global positioning system information.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 9, 2019
    Date of Patent: May 26, 2020
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10517484
    Abstract: A wearable device includes a measurement device to measure a physiological parameter adapted to be placed on a wrist or an ear of a user. A plurality of semiconductor light sources such as light emitting diodes generate corresponding output light having an initial light intensity. A receiver includes spatially separated detectors receiving reflected light from the output lights and coupled to analog to digital converters. The receiver is configured to synchronize to the semiconductor source(s). The measurement device improves signal-to-noise ratio of the output signal by increasing light intensity relative to the initial light intensity and by increasing a pulse rate. Further improvement in signal-to-noise ratio is achieved by using change detection, where the receiver compares the signals with light on and with light off.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 9, 2019
    Date of Patent: December 31, 2019
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10466102
    Abstract: A spectroscopy system includes a light source having an input light source, including semiconductor diodes generating an input beam with a wavelength shorter than 2.5 microns. Cladding-pumped fiber amplifiers receive the input beam and form an amplified optical beam having a spectral width. A nonlinear element broadens the spectral width of the amplified optical beam to 100 nm or more through a nonlinear effect forming an output beam that is pulsed. A filter is coupled to at least one of a lens and a mirror that receives the output beam and delivers the filtered output beam to a sample. A detection system includes detectors configured to receive the output beam reflected or transmitted from the sample. The detection system is configured to use a lock-in technique with the pulsed output beam and the spectroscopy system is adapted to detect chemicals in the sample.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 6, 2018
    Date of Patent: November 5, 2019
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10441176
    Abstract: A smart phone or tablet includes a first part having at least one laser diode configured to be pulsed, and a second part having at least one other laser diode, the laser diodes configured to generate near-infrared light, wherein at least some of the laser diodes comprise a distributed Bragg reflector, with some laser diode light directed to tissue including skin. An array of laser diodes generates near-infrared light and includes one or more distributed Bragg reflectors. An assembly in front of the array to forms light spots on the tissue. A first receiver includes detectors that receive light reflected from the tissue. An infrared camera generates data from light reflected from the tissue. The smart phone or tablet generates a two-dimensional or three-dimensional image or mapping using the infrared camera data, and includes a wireless receiver, a wireless transmitter, a display, a voice input module, and a speaker.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 7, 2019
    Date of Patent: October 15, 2019
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10386230
    Abstract: A smart phone or tablet includes laser diodes configured to be pulsed and generate near-infrared light between 700-2500 nanometers. Lenses direct the light to a sample. A detection system includes a photodiode array with pixels coupled to CMOS transistors, and is configured to receive light reflected from the sample, to be synchronized to the light from the laser diodes, and to perform a time-of-flight measurement of a time difference between light from the laser diodes and light reflected from the sample. The detection system is configured to convert light received while the laser diodes are off into a first signal, and light received while at least one laser diodes is on, which includes light reflected from the sample, into a second signal. The smart phone or tablet is configured to difference the first signal and the second signal and to generate a two-dimensional or three-dimensional image using the time-of-flight measurement.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 12, 2018
    Date of Patent: August 20, 2019
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10271904
    Abstract: A system and method for selectively processing target tissue material in a patient include a laser subsystem for generating an output laser beam and a catheter assembly including an optical fiber for guiding the output laser beam. The beam has a predetermined selected wavelength between 900 nm and 2600 nm. The catheter assembly is sized to extend through an opening in a first part of the patient to a tissue material processing site within the patient. A beam delivery and focusing subsystem includes a focal distance, which may be adjustable, that positions the beam into at least one focused spot on the target tissue material disposed within a second part of the patient for a duration sufficient to allow laser energy to be absorbed by the target tissue material and converted to heat to produce a desired physical change in the target tissue material without causing undesirable changes to adjacent non-target material.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 21, 2015
    Date of Patent: April 30, 2019
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10213113
    Abstract: A wearable device includes a measurement device adapted to be placed on a wrist or ear having a light source with LEDs to measure physiological parameters. The measurement device generates an optical beam having a near infrared wavelength between 700-2500 nanometers by modulating the LEDs, and lenses to deliver the beam to tissue, which reflects the beam to a receiver having spectral filters in front of spatially separated detectors coupled to analog to digital converters that generate at least two receiver outputs. Signal-to-noise ratio of the beam reflected from the tissue is improved by comparing the receiver outputs, and by increasing light intensity from the LEDs. The receiver is synchronized to the modulation of the LEDs and uses a lock-in technique that detects the modulation frequency. The measurement device generates an output signal representing a non-invasive measurement on blood within the tissue.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 24, 2018
    Date of Patent: February 26, 2019
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10201283
    Abstract: A smart phone or tablet includes pulsed laser diodes generating light with near-infrared wavelengths between 700-2500 nanometers. First lenses direct light from the laser diodes to tissue. An array of pulsed laser diodes generates light with near-infrared wavelengths between 700-2500 nanometers. Second lenses form light from the array into spots directed on the tissue. An infrared camera synchronized to the laser diodes and the array generates data based on light reflected from the tissue. The smart phone or tablet generates a two-dimensional or three-dimensional image using the data from the infrared camera. The smart phone or tablet includes a wireless receiver, a wireless transmitter, a display, a voice input module, and a speaker.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 8, 2018
    Date of Patent: February 12, 2019
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10188299
    Abstract: A wearable device for measuring physiological parameters includes a light source having a plurality of semiconductor light emitting diodes (LEDs) each configured to generate an output optical beam, wherein at least a portion of the one or more optical beam wavelengths is a near-infrared wavelength. The light source is configured to increase signal-to-noise ratio by increasing light intensity for at least one of the LEDs and by increasing a pulse rate of at least one of the LEDs. A lens is configured to receive the output optical beam and to deliver a lens output beam to tissue. A detection system generates an output signal in response to the lens output beam reflected from the tissue, wherein the detection system is configured to be synchronized to the light source, and is located a different distance from a first one of the LEDs than a second one of the LEDs.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 12, 2017
    Date of Patent: January 29, 2019
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10172523
    Abstract: A measurement system includes a light source having semiconductor sources, a multiplexer, and one or more fused silica fibers configured to form an output optical beam having one or more optical wavelengths modulated at a modulation frequency. A light beam set-up includes a monochromator forming a filtered optical beam. A measurement apparatus delivers the filtered optical beam to a sample. A receiver receives a spectroscopy output beam generated from the sample by the filtered optical beam. The receiver is configured to use a lock-in technique that detects the modulation frequency, and to generate first and second signals responsive to light received while the light source is off and on, respectively. The measurement system improves a signal-to-noise ratio of the spectroscopy output beam by differencing the first and second signals. The receiver processes the spectroscopy output beam using chemometrics or multivariate analysis to permit identification of materials within the sample.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 22, 2018
    Date of Patent: January 8, 2019
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10136819
    Abstract: An imaging device includes laser diodes (LDs) generating near-infrared wavelength light, lenses configured to deliver the light to tissue, a first receiver having one or more detectors, and a first part with at least one of the LDs capable of being pulsed. The first receiver receives light reflected from the tissue and is synchronized to the pulsed light and configured to perform a time-of-flight measurement. An infrared camera receives light reflected by the tissue from a second part of the imaging device. The camera captures light while the second part is off, and while the second part is on to generate corresponding signals, and differences the signals to generate an image. An array of LDs generates a grid of spots on the tissue, which is reflected to the camera. A coupled phone, tablet, or computer receives and processes the time-of-flight measurement, the image, and the reflected grid of spots.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 4, 2018
    Date of Patent: November 27, 2018
    Assignee: Omni Medsci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10126283
    Abstract: A smart phone or tablet includes laser diodes configured to be pulsed and generate near-infrared light between 700-2500 nanometers. Lenses direct the light to a sample. A detection system includes a photodiode array with pixels coupled to CMOS transistors, and is configured to receive light reflected from the sample, to be synchronized to the light from the laser diodes, and to perform a time-of-flight measurement of a time difference between light from the laser diodes and light reflected from the sample. The detection system is configured to convert light received while the laser diodes are off into a first signal, and light received while at least one laser diodes is on, which includes light reflected from the sample, into a second signal. The smart phone or tablet is configured to difference the first signal and the second signal and to generate a two-dimensional or three-dimensional image using the time-of-flight measurement.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 8, 2018
    Date of Patent: November 13, 2018
    Assignee: Omni MedSci, Inc.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam
  • Patent number: 10105059
    Abstract: A wearable device for measuring physiological parameters includes a light source having a plurality of semiconductor light emitting diodes (LEDs) each configured to generate an output optical beam, wherein at least a portion of the one or more optical beam wavelengths is a near-infrared wavelength. The light source is configured to increase signal-to-noise ratio by increasing light intensity for at least one of the LEDs and by increasing a pulse rate of at least one of the LEDs. A lens is configured to receive the output optical beam and to deliver a lens output beam to tissue. A detection system generates an output signal in response to the lens output beam reflected from the tissue, wherein the detection system is configured to be synchronized to the light source, and is located a different distance from a first one of the LEDs than a second one of the LEDs.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 12, 2017
    Date of Patent: October 23, 2018
    Assignee: OMNI MEDSCI, INC.
    Inventor: Mohammed N. Islam