|1.||WO||WO/2014/107117 - MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS KIT AND METHOD FOR TREATING UTERUS PROLAPSE||10.07.2014||
|PCT/RO2013/000014||NAHEDD, Saba||NAHEDD, Saba|
The invention relates to a medical instruments kit for a surgical intervention with a view to treating the advanced anterior vaginal wall prolapse, very large cystocele, named "cystocele permagna" and the stage II and III uterus prolapse. The medical instruments kit comprises a clamp (A) for anchoring the uterine isthmus and some isthmic and suburethral strips (B and C), respectively, the clamp (A) consisting of two long rigid arms (1 and 2) provided with some posterior portions (a and b) spaced apart from each other, joined at the lower side by means of a bridge (3), in front of which the distance between the arms (1 and 2) has the maximum value, the latter being non-removably joined together to form an anterior portion (c), tapered towards an anterior smooth blunt tip (d), in the immediate proximity thereof, in a proximal curved zone (g) of the anterior portion (c) there being cut some upper and lower orifices (e and f), respectively, in front of the bridge (3) the long arms (1 and 2) being distally provided with two left side and right side rings (4 and 5), respectively, an additional ring (6) being integrally attached to a lower portion (i) of the right side ring (5), to the outer side of the long arms (1 and 2), in the proximity of the bridge (3) and before the beginning of the anterior portion (c) there being located two short left side and right side arms (7 and 8), respectively, said arms ending with some smooth blunt tips (g and h). The medical instruments kit is used for reconstructing the adjacent anatomical connections for the degree II or degree III uterus prolapse and for the advanced cystocele permagna, respectively.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/104906 - COMPOSITION WITH INCREASED BIOAVAILABILITY OF ORALLY ADMINISTRATED EMBRYO-PEPTIDES AND PROCESS FOR ITS OBTAINMENT||03.07.2014||
|PCT/RO2013/000016||SC HIPOCRATE 2002 SERV SRL||MIHĂESCU Gheorghe|
The invention refers to a composition standardized in heterologous embryo-peptides, used as a dietary supplement and to a process for its obtainment. The composition consists of heterologous embryonic extract, standardized in embryo-peptides, maltodextrin, selenium yeast, chromium yeast, zinc chelated in embryo-peptides, pyridoxine, mixture of cationic peptides, formed by enzymatic hydrolysis of vitellus and egg white remaining after chicken embryo harvesting, with antitrypsin and endocytosis promoting activity, sodium taurocholate, expanded silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, methylparaben and propylparaben. The process of obtainment consists of the following steps: obtaining and disintegration of biological material, diluting with sterile water, homogenization and dissociation of embryonic growth factors from their soluble receptors; embryo-peptides concentration through tangential ultrafiltration; embryo-protein denaturation and mixing of embryo-peptides with denatured proteins; obtainment of cationic peptides and their addition and of others components over the mixture embryo peptides-embryo proteins, homogenization and spray-drying of the final mixture.
|3.||WO||WO/2014/088438 - LOAD BALANCING IN HANDWRITTEN SIGNATURE AUTHENTIFICATION SYSTEM||12.06.2014||
|PCT/RO2013/000017||SOFTWIN SRL||SALINCA, Andreea|
Described systems and methods allow a biometric authentication system to process authentication requests, such as requests to authenticate handwritten signatures, received from a plurality of client systems, each covered by a service level agreement (SLA). The biometric authentication system includes a load balancer configured to distribute authentication tasks to a plurality of worker machines. In some embodiments, task distribution is performed according to an ability of each worker to process urgent tasks, to an ability of each worker to process non-urgent tasks, and further according to a relationship between a count of urgent requests and a count of non-urgent requests received by the biometric authentication system.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/088436 - METHOD FOR SEPARATING THE NUCLEAR AND MAGNETIC CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE SMALL-ANGLE SCATTERING OF UNPOLARIZED NEUTRONS ON DISPERSE COLLOIDAL SYSTEMS WITH MAGNETIC PROPERTIES BY APPLYING THE PHASE CONTRAST VARIATION METHOD||12.06.2014||
|PCT/RO2013/000005||BALASOIU, Maria||BALASOIU, Maria|
The invention relates to a method for separating the nuclear and magnetic contributions of the differential cross section of scattering at small angles of the unpolarized neutrons on disperse colloidal systems with magnetic properties, by applying the phase contrast variation method. The essential elements of the method are the use of the controlled deuteration of the solvent, in the sense of decreasing to annulment of the difference between the nuclear scattering density of the magnetic colloidal particles and the scattering density of the solvent and the identification of the concentration, x, of the volume fraction of the deuterated substance in the carrier fluid made of H-D compound (deuterated substance - same non-deuterated substance) for which the minimum differential scattering cross section is due only to the magnetic component, the nuclear component becoming null due to the equalization of the nuclear scattering densities of the magnetic particles and of the solvent in the investigated sample. Compared to the methods currently used, this method has the advantage of performing the separation of the components of the differential scattering cross sections of the neutrons without inducing alterations to the investigated system by applying an external magnetic field. The effected isotopic substitution provides the possibility of a direct and simultaneous measurement of both physical and magnetic size or size distribution of the nanoparticles.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/088437 - P SQUARED SYSTEM (PSS)||12.06.2014||
|PCT/RO2013/000007||POPA, Petre||POPA, Petre|
The invention has to do with a hydro-technique architectural system, capable to annihilate any tsunami waves size, destined in principle to the protection of people, animals, infrastructure and the existent architecture and the coastal environment of seas and oceans. The invention is composed of a PSS system made of one or many reinforced concrete tubes (preferable having a rectangular section) (A), for discharge/intake the tsunami wave (TW). PSS system contains an intake gate (B), for the (TW), an evacuation gate (C), and two floaters (D) and (E), permitting the (TW) to enter and exit in and out to the PSS system. The entire tsunami protection system, may be built using many PSS tubes with one or several intake and evacuation gates as necessary. The PSS system can also be used for protection against tidal waves and coastal erosions.
|6.||WO||WO/2014/084748 - MODULAR ELEMENT FOR STORAGE BASIN CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORTING STRUCTURE, METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION THEREOF||05.06.2014||
|PCT/RO2013/000013||BREAZ, Laurentiu Dumitru||BREAZ, Laurentiu Dumitru|
The invention relates to modular elements for building a storage basin, to a network obtained by assembling a plurality of modular elements, to a supporting structure, to a storage basin and to a process for obtaining a storage basin. The modular element according to the invention is provided in the interior with a network element constituted by main half joints (10), secondary half joints (11) and tertiary half joints (10), vertical channels (8,15), oblique channels (9), compartments (18), and is provided with joint elements (16,17). The network comprises horizontal annular channels and main, secondary and tertiary joints connected by vertical and oblique channels. The storage basin comprises a supporting structure at the interior of an insulating structure obtained by assembling the modular elements. The process for obtaining a storage basin comprises the assemblage of the modular elements and casting the hardening material in the network obtained by assembling the modular elements, forming the supporting structure.
|7.||WO||WO/2014/081326 - GUIDED OPTICAL POLARIMETRIC SENSOR BASED ON LITHIUM NIOBATE FOR MEASURING THE AC/DC ELECTRIC FIELDS||30.05.2014||
||PCT/RO2012/000026||A.O.T. ADVANCED OPTICAL TRANSDUCER COMPANY S.R.L.||BRATOVICH, Rudi|
The invention refers to an optical sensor for measuring the AC/DC electric fields. The suggested sensor may be used in air or in different fluids without affecting the electric field. The main industrial application of the sensor is measuring in real time the health of the HV component used in the AC/DC transmission line or in the electricity transmission substance. The optical polarimetric sensor for measuring the electric field is formed of at least a "z- cut" LiNbO3 electro-optic crystal as sensitive optical material (10). a probe (6), with physical axes parallel with the crystal axes, whose birefringence characteristics are modulated by the electric field in contact, as well as a light source (1), an optical fibre (2) and some dielectric analysis components, including a GRIN lens (7), a polaroid (8), a retarder plate λ/4, (9), a dielectric mirror (12) and a photo diode (5) protected by a dielectric case (13, 13'). The device also includes a Y derivation (3) for transmitting a light source to the probe T (6) and from it to the photo diode (5), coupled to an optical fibre (2) coupling (4), and inside the probe (6) the electro-optical crystal (10) is framed by the polaroid (10) and the retarder plate λ/4, (9), of the one part and the retarder plate λ/8, (11) and the dielectric mirror (12) of the other part; in order to align the light beam wit this analyzer assembly, the GRIN lens (7) with attached optical fibre (2) is introduced in a cased block (14) aligned with the polaroid (8). As part of a real invention example, the GRIN lens (7) with attached optical fibre (2) is fixed in a dielectric sphere (15) perforated axially, that can rotate between two plates (16) and (17) fixed in the cased block (14).
|8.||WO||WO/2014/081327 - NONINTRUSIVE INSPECTION METHOD AND SYSTEM OF AIRCRAFTS||30.05.2014||
|PCT/RO2012/000030||MB TELECOM LTD.||TUDOR, Mircea|
The present invention consists of a method and a scanning system for the nonintrusive inspection of aircrafts. The nonintrusive control method, according to the invention, consists in using a tugging device attached to the aircraft's landing gear which tows the said aircraft over a detector line, said detector line fixed onto the runway and under a penetrating radiation source held by a telescopic boom fixed on a mobile scanning unit. The aircraft is towed with constant speed and electronically controlled in a secured and delimited perimeter. The system, according to the invention consists of a mobile scanning unit (MSU), controlled remotely by a towable mobile control center (11) (MCC). The system also includes an exclusion area a perimeter protection subsystem (9). The mobile scanning unit (MSU) consists of a telescopic boom (3) mounted in a two degree joint (4), said boom holding on its extremity a penetrating radiation source (5), said system further consisting in a detector line (7) fixed onto the runway and a tugging device which attaches to the aircraft's undercarriage. The mobile control center (11) is positioned outside the exclusion area a, and remotely commands all the processes involved in the nonintrusive inspection.
|9.||WO||WO/2014/077718 - APPARATUS AND ASSOCIATED METHODS TO POWER HB-HP LEDS DIRECTLY FROM THE AC PUBLIC NETWORK - DIRECT- AC DRIVER||22.05.2014||
|PCT/RO2013/000009||RUS, Adrian, Ioan||RUS, Adrian, Ioan|
An EN61000-3-2 compliant lighting apparatus sized for minimum crest factor criteria or for maximum efficiency, that sinks from the grid rectangular current pulses AM, high frequency PWM, instrinsic PWM or random modulated, consisting of a rectifier bridge, a constant current source series-connected with a sequence of [N x M] high power [HP] and high brightness [HB] LEDs, series-connected and organized in N segments times M LEDs each, segments that can be introduced or removed from the circuit by short-circuiting them by an individual switch, except for the segment to the current source, a resistor voltage divider setting the voltage switching tresholds at which the LED segments are introduced or removed from the circuit and a voltage reference modulated or not by a signal un-correlated to the network voltage. Upon connecting the grid to the input terminals A and B of the circuit displayed in Figure 5, the grid alternate voltage is full wave rectified by the rectifier bridge and is applied to the string of N x M luminiscent diodes [LED] series-connected with the constant current source. Upon increasing the UAB voltage between 0 and up to reaching the conduction value of the segment with the highest SN parameter that is permanently present in circuit, in series with the constant current source, the current sink by the apparatus. At the hereinafter increase of voltage at AB terminals, the current through SN segment and through the constant current source increases exponentially up to th value set by the constant current source, through the switch made by transistor QN-1 by-passing segments SN-1... S1. Observing the serial presence of the constant current source, the voltage drop across segment SN is limited and consistent to the constant current set by the current source. For UAB voltages lower than the maximum voltage drop on a series of LEDs supplied at that constant current, the full input voltage drops at the terminals of segment SN; As input voltages exceed the above mentioned maximum drop voltage, the balance will drop on the constant current source. When the input voltage exceeds the threshold values set via the R1, R2+...+RN resistive divider, the switch consisting the transistor QN-1 and controlled by the corresponding comparator, gets switched off, thus introducing the segment SN-1 in the circuit, in series with SN. The sink current drops to a value set by UAB voltage, quadruplicated to MN+MN-1 number of diodes from segments SN si SN-1 present in series and their curent to voltage curve. Hereinafter, as the UAB voltage successively exceeds the threshold values set by the R1, R2, RN resistive dividers, the schematic introduces successively in the circuit, in series with the already existing segments, additional segments that undertake voltage drops from the constant current source. Upon the decrease UAB voltage at AB terminals, the process is carried out in a reverse way, namely upon each drop in UAB voltage, below the threshold levels set by the resistive dividers made of R1, R2,... RN, the schematic successively removes from the circuit and in a reverse order as above, LED segments, by-passing them with the appropriate switch. The power conversion efficiency and the crest factor are being set by simply fixing the N [the number of segments] and the switching threshold levels,. Following the above described successive switch, I have ensured a sequence of constant amplitude current pulses, approximately rectangular, starting at approximately 0.2mS and lasting up to approximately 9.8ms from the zero crossing of grid voltage is sinking through the LEDs. To get EN61000-3-2 compliance, the sink current is amplitude, HF-PWM, LF intrinsec PWM or random modulated so that the envelope of real time or average sink current follows the„ i trapezoid" trapezoidal profile, indicated in Figure 4. If setting the driver for maximum efficiency, the harmonic spectrum of the sink current does not comply with EN61000-3-2, its harmonic amplitudes between approximately 1kHz and 3kHz, being some 3% higher than the limit. For EN61000-3-2 compliance the spectrum of sink current is scattered by modulating the reference voltage by low frequency uncorrected to the grid. Spectrum scattering through such method reduces the amplitude of the harmonic components by some 8dB thus offering a safe margin to the limit. Comparing the maximum theoretical performances achievable through the various modulation methods, it is noticed that for a given structure of 10 x 10 LEDs, they are grouped. Under these circumstances, the election of the modulation method is technical and price based. In the real life the efficiency is affected by power losses in the current source, in switches and on rectifier bridge. A superficial calculation, sets these additional losses in the area of 1.5% which affects the theoretical efficiency to approximately 92%. Nevertheless the efficiency losses can be offset by simply gliding the switching thresholds to the point where the harmonics between 1kHz and 3kHz drop below the 3% limit.
|10.||WO||WO/2014/074001 - COMPLETE DIAGNOSTIC METHOD AND IMPLEMENTATION SYSTEM BY ON- LINE INTEGRATION OF A REAL TIME INTERACTING PANEL OF MEDICAL SPECIALITIES||15.05.2014||
|PCT/RO2012/000029||SC GNOSIS EVOMED SRL||BÎZGAN, Adrian|
The invention refers to an innovative diagnostics protocol by using a cooperative methodology between multidisciplinary medical teams that participate simultaneously at an evaluation and an analysis of the case, said team which exchanges medical opinions and works together proactively and in real-time in order to establish the diagnostics and a complete treatment scheme. The interest area of the present invention is the rapid and complete diagnostics of a patient using a multidisciplinary team of doctors that simultaneously work and evaluate the patient in real time by using remote continuous monitoring equipment of the vital functions at the patient's home, after which the relevant data are transmitted and analyzed continuously in a decision center. The necessary technical platform for implementing the complete diagnostics method is composed of a dispatch system (1) which can manage a number of simultaneous calls, where patients call and get in touch with the coordinating medical doctor, said doctor who retrieves patient information and decides which medical domains will be involved in the panel following the method for choosing the medical specialties, then he or she nominates doctors that will take part in the panel by selecting them from a specialists database (2), said specialists who communicate between them and with the patient using a telemedicine system (3) which is composed of an audio-video bidirectional communication patient terminal (4) which is brought by the medical doctor that examines the patient at his or hers location, audio-video bidirectional specialist communication systems (5) which specialists use and a software application that manages the telemedicine system (6), said application which allows simultaneous bidirectional audio-video communication between medical specialists, the coordinating doctor, the doctor that performs the tests and the examination, said application which runs on a specialized server (7).