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Dr. Klatz is the inventor, developer, or administrator of 100-plus scientific patents

 WORLDWIDE MEDICAL PATENTS 

#5,149,321  Brain Resuscitation Device and Method for Performing the Same; Issued:  9/22/92

#637,694     Brain Resuscitation Device and Method for Performing the Same; Issued in Australia

#2,043,131  Brain Resuscitation Device and Method for Performing the Same; Issued in Canada

#0516777    Brain Resuscitation Device and Method for Performing the Same; Issued in Germany, France, Great Britain and Switzerland

#5,234,405  Brain Resuscitation Device and Method for Performing the Same (Divisional); Issued: 8/10/93

#5,261,399  Brain Cooling Device and Method for Performing the Same; Issued: 11/16/93

# 666,314    Brain Cooling Device and Method for Performing the Same; Issued in Australia

#5,395,314  Brain Resuscitation & Organ Preservation Device & Method for Performing the Same (CIP); Issued: 5/7/95

#5,584,804  Brain Resuscitation and Organ Preservation Device & Method for Performing the Same (CIP); Issued: 12/17/96

#5,709,654  Apparatus for Cooling Living Tissue; Issued: 1/20/98

#5,752,929  Method of Preserving Organs Other Than Brain; Issued: 5/19/98

#5,827,222  Method of Treating at Least One of Brain and Associated Nervous Tissue Injury; Issued: 10/27/98

#5,913,885  Brain Cooling Device and Method for Cooling (Continuation); Issued: 6/22/99

#RE36,460  Method for Providing Circulation via Lung Expansion and Deflation  Issued:  12/21/99

#6,030,412  Apparatus and Method for Cooling the Brain, Brain Stem and Associated Neurologic Tissues (CIP);  Issued: 2/29/00

#39,026  Apparatus and Method for Cooling the Brain, Brain Stem and Associated Neurologic Tissues (CIP); Issued in Germany, France, Great Britain and Switzerland

allowed

patent pending

Apparatus and Method for Cooling the Brain, Brain Stem and Associated Neurologic

Tissues (CIP); Issued in Singapore

patent pending     

Apparatus and Method for Cooling the Brain, Brain Stem and Associated

Neurologic Tissues (CIP); Canada

patent pending     

Apparatus and Method for Cooling the Brain, Brain Stem and Associated

Neurologic Tissues (CIP); Japan

 

#6,277,143   Brain Cooling Device and Method for Cooling (CIP); Issued: 8/21/01

Docket #36622C (CA) & (EP)  Brain Cooling Device and Method for Cooling (CIP) in Canada & Europe

The originator of the concept for brain resuscitation,

Dr. Klatz was awarded the Gold Medal in Science for Brain Resuscitation Technology (1993) and the

Grand Prize in Medicine for Brain Cooling Technology (1994).

In addition, Dr. Klatz has been named as a Top 10 Medical Innovator in Biomedical Technology (1997)

by the National Institute of Electromedical Information, and received the Ground Breaker Award in Health Care (1999) with Presidential Acknowledgment by US

President William Jefferson Clinton from Transitional Services of New York.

Dr. Klatz is co-founder of Organ RecoverySystems, a company that develops technologies to improve the quality and quantity of organs for transplantation.

Organ Recovery Systems markets LifePort, a family of devices that significantly improves the viability of

organs ex vivo. Recognized for excellence in design by various organizations including Popular Science,

the LifePort Kidney Transporter is now in routine use worldwide.  The device is responsible for more than 3,000 successful kidney transplants to-date, and

LifePort technology is now being developed for application for human heart and liver transplants.