Patent published on November 9, 2023

New Patent Could Help Monitor Brain Blood Flow, Prevent Falls with 'Cerebral Blood Flow Monitor Device'

Imagine waking up one morning and feeling dizzy as you get out of bed. This leads to fainting and, in the worst-case scenario, a severe fall that causes major injuries. This scary prospect is a reality for many individuals suffering from Poor Cerebral Blood Flow, a medical condition where the blood flow to the head decreases when one stands up. New York-based Pre Health Technology, with patent US20230355187A1, aims to tackle this menacing problem head-on.

In today's world, doctors and patients often find out about the problem only after a tragic fall. Owing to this, the patient's health seriously deteriorates. These issues are even more grave in our elderly population, where a fall due to dizziness can potentially be fatal.

The robust solution proposed by Pre Health Technology comes in the form of a 'Cerebral Blood Flow Monitor Device.' This nifty invention constantly measures and monitors the blood flow in your brain, keeping an eye out for any sudden decreases that could lead to dizziness or fainting.

To paint a picture, let's take the case of Sarah, a recent mother. After her pregnancy, Sarah often felt lightheaded and noticed her heart rate increasing significantly whenever she stood up. With the Cerebral Blood Flow Monitor Device measuring her blood pressure through the night, it would have been able to pick up on her low blood pressure during sleep. As a result, it could have alerted her beforehand, saving her from potential fainting spells or falls.

The patent promises a world where the aforementioned issues are drastically reduced. From a grandmother able to move around her home without fear of falling to a middle-aged man like John who can confidently stand up after sitting at his desk for a long time, the possibilities are staggering. The daily life of countless individuals at risk of poor cerebral blood flow would be made safer and easier.

In conclusion, patent US20230355187A1 is proposing a ground-breaking solution to a problem that affects a large number of people. However, as is the case with all patents, it's important to note that this is a possible solution and it isn't guaranteed to surface in our markets. Nonetheless, the potential of such a device prompts excitement for what the future may hold to improve the safety and well-being of patients prone to fainting and falls.

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