NEWS JUNE17! Yahoo Finance: Zenosense, Inc. ( OTC PINK : ZENO ) has received notice of a patent issuance in the U.S.
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ZenoSense (OTC:ZENO) has carved out a unique space in a revolutionary new biomedical field that is forecast to grow to $7.2 billion in the next year. ZENO is on the vanguard of this rapid growth because it’s focusing on a disease that claims the lives of 1 in 4 Americans.(1)
The Revolution In Cardiac Diagnostics
Laboratory accuracy testing in the palm of your hand -
Taking diagnosis to a new, super-sensitive, nano-magnetic level
Zenosense, Inc. (OTC:ZENO) participates in the development of transformational medical diagnostic technologies: hand-held devices used at the Point of Care replacing slow and expensive laboratory testing. Our core focus through our joint venture in MIDS Medical (http://midsmed.com/) is the development and commercialisation of MIDS Cardiac™. A hand held device being developed for use at the Point of Care for the rapid testing of cardiac markers delivering results equal or superior to laboratory gold standard accuracy within minutes. A device which can revolutionize the diagnosis and management of suspected Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI).
Our team of professionals has world class expertise and technical know-how of the application of highly specific nano magnetic particle technology to medical testing. This knowledge, alongside their commercial experience of the Point of Care market, puts MIDS Medical in an excellent position to commercialise MIDS Cardiac™ and become the leading innovator in this field.
The MIDS Medical laboratory is located at the prestigious, UK Government supported Sci-Tech Daresbury campus in the UK. Sci-Tech Daresbury is internationally recognised for leading-edge scientific research and commercial development.
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Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the Western World. Accounting for more than 17 million deaths p.a. In Europe and the US alone approximately 15-20 million patients a year visit an Emergency Department (ED) reporting chest pain which must be investigated as possibly caused by a cardiac event. Every 43 seconds someone in the US has a heart attack.
Acute Myocardial Infarction (heart attack, Acute Myocardial Infraction “AMI”) affects all of us at some point in our lives, directly or indirectly, Rapid diagnosis is key; treatment in the first “Golden Hour” being crucial to survival. Equally, early “rule out” of AMI as the cause of chest pain can save healthcare providers $billions.
Through our Joint Venture ownership in MIDS Medical we are developing MIDS Cardiac™, a cost-effective hand held Point of Care rapid cardiac diagnostic device. MIDS Medical applies patent-protected magnetic nanoparticle detection technology and world-class technical expertise.
Our development targets the delivery of a hand held device to support high sensitivity tests to identify or discount AMI (Heart Attack), with accuracy equal or better than gold standard laboratory tests, within minutes. This will significantly accelerate the triage, diagnosis, treatment and disposition of patients reporting chest pain and with suspected Acute Myocardial Infarction.
The system is designed to be used with a minimum of training; by any ER nurse or by paramedics at the scene. We believe such a device will be in universal demand; able to meet a critical medical need and rapidly penetrate a multi-billion dollar market.
Rapid detection of very low levels of cardiac markers with a primary focus on troponin I and T, designed to equal or exceed gold standard laboratory levels of accuracy, at the Point of Care.
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- Addressing Lethal Global Health Threat
Co-Developing Unique Detection Device
Strong Partnership with Sgenia Group
Experienced, Strong Management
Team of Highly Qualified Biologists
Zenosense has an agreement with leading European sensor developer Sgenia Group, which is developing such a device exclusively for Zenosense through its subsidiary, Zenon Biosystem. The Zenosense device, utilizing established Sgenia programming and patent-pending hardware, utilizes a single sensor to perform an infinite number of scans, creating tens of thousands of "virtual sensors." The low cost and compact design of the Zenosense device, if successfully developed, would make it possible to be worn by individuals, as well as placed in numerous sensitive areas in the healthcare setting.
Sgenia Group, known for sensor development and a supplier of sensors used in the Tokamak device for a significant, international nuclear fusion research project, also produces an algal contamination detector for use in water supply applications. It rapidly and effectively scans for the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted by the target algae, a unique “chemical signature” that determines the presence or absence of the algae. The Sgenia detector is effectively an electronic “nose” that can smell this signature.
Zenon is using essential elements of these technology platforms in a development program for the MRSA/SA device to be developed for Zenosense.
Zenosense has a streamlined management team experienced in high-level marketing in the medical sector, supported by the outsourced Zenon Biosystem scientific/development team of qualified personnel with extensive knowledge and experience in the development of sensors.
Carlos Jose Gil, BSc (Engineering) - President, CEO, CFO
Carlos Jose Gil joined the company in October 2013 as a member of the board. He has experience in high-level sales management and the development of sales teams in the health care sector. From 2012 to 2013, Gil served as a managing director of Porsche Car Spain. From 2009 to 2012, Gil was sales manager at Pharmaceutic Laboratory PersanFarma. From 1994 to 2009, Gil was a medical consultant in Medical Affairs and then an account manager at Pharmaceutic Laboratory Janssen-Cilag (Johnson & Johnson). Gil holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Science from Valencia University, Spain.
J. Lama, MBA, BSc
J. Lama is an engineer with a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science (Physics). His experience includes material engineering, solid state physics, electronics, renewable energy, the automotive industry and developing technological business.
M. Querol, MS
M. Querol is a mechanical engineer with a Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering. His experience includes market development of global solutions for Aeronautical, Naval and Defense sectors, market development of internalization strategy development, and market development of industrial engineering solutions.
M. I. Gil, DEA, BSc
M. I. Gil has a Master of Advanced Studies in Fluids Mechanics from Centro Politecnico Superior of University of Zaragoza in Spain, as well as a Bachelor of Telecommunication Engineering. Gil has wide experience in sensor technologies and advanced technical and software developing.
G. Roman Perez, PhD, MAS, BSc
G. Roman Perez has a PhD in physics from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM), with Cum Laude distinction. He also has a Master of Advanced Studies in Condensed Matter Physics, a Master of Biophysics and a Bachelor of Physics, all issued by UAM. His work has been published in several different publications and he has spoken at conferences in France, Italy, Spain and the USA.
The company will also rely upon a team of three biologists contracted to Zenon for the development of the Sgenia Products. This team is comprised of molecular biologists and biochemists specializing in bacterial physiology and genetics, clinical microbiology and molecular biology. All hold relevant PhDs, and two hold Masters, in disciplines highly relevant to optimizing the company’s sensor for the detection of MRSA/SA. The team’s combined skillset includes deep knowledge of the clinical genetics to be addressed in order to program and refine the sensor so that it can detect SA and ideally discriminate between MRSA and SA. Variously, members of the team are business (biotechnology) management qualified, have co-authored numerous scientific publications, taught as professor, have experience of the practical clinical setting in hospital and have co-invented patents for others.
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