Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. announced that the United States Patent Office has granted it U.S. Patent No. 8,016,798 for “Fluid Delivery System and Sensing Unit.”
Integrated Sending Systems Inc, or ISSYS as the firm calls itself for short, announced Thursday that it had been granted United States Patent 8,014,865 titled “Method for Monitoring a Physiologic Parameter of Patients with Congestive Heart Failure.”
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Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. of Ypsilanti and the University of Michigan announced that they have received a $1.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to develop a tiny implant to measure blood pressure of infants and children with heart defects.
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Ypsilanti-based Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. said Tuesday that it had received a United States Patent for using miniature, wireless, batteryless, implantable sensors anchored within the heart, as well as other organs, for non-invasive monitoring of cardiovascular biological pressures.
Ypsilanti-based Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. announced that it is launching a new intrinsically safe density meter, the FuelSense, geared towards the flammable fluids market.
Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. will host an open house on Wednesday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to noon to celebrate its 2010 manufacturing expansion project. The expansion added 5,400 square feet to ISSYS’ existing plant […]