This technology uses various methods to detect, track, and pinpoint inflammation in body subsystems by observing changes in tissue and physiological properties.

The human body comprises various subsystems, all of which can be susceptible to inflammation. Inflammation is not only a symptom but also an underlying cause for multiple chronic diseases. Hence, accurately identifying and tracking the evolution of inflammation is essential for effective treatment and disease management. The challenge lies in detecting inflammation across numerous diverse subsystems. Current methods often focus on narrow, domain-specific screening and detection, possibly overlooking other areas where inflammation might be present. Furthermore, these approaches tend to miss real-time tracking of inflammation, limiting their use in proactive disease prevention and intervention. These limitations highlight the need for a more comprehensive, multimodal approach that can efficiently detect, track, and locate inflammation.

Technology Description

The multimodal technology is designed to identify and monitor inflammation in numerous subsystems in the body such as the respiratory, sinus, laryngeal, articulatory, facial, and gastrointestinal systems. This innovation recognizes inflammation by observing modifications in tissue and physiological properties. It provides a comprehensive insight into the body's internal conditions, offering significant utility in various clinical settings. What differentiates this technology from others is its capacity to detect and track inflammation's precise position by scrutinizing fluctuations in tissue and physiological aspects under different subsystems. Rather than focusing on singular domains, this approach integrates multiple facets, providing a more holistic examination. This detailed and multifaceted view of inflammation could lead to better treatment strategies and, thus, improved patient outcomes.


  • Multifaceted view: Offers a comprehensive examination of inflammation, across different subsystems of the body
  • Detailed detection: Identifies precise location of inflammation, which could lead to more targeted treatment strategies
  • Real-time tracking: Allows for continuous monitoring and tracking of the evolution of inflammation
  • Potential for early intervention: Allows for proactive disease prevention and intervention
  • Improved patient outcomes: Potentially enables effective disease management and better patient outcomes

Potential Use Cases

  • Disease diagnosis and management: Accurate detection of inflammation leading to early disease detection and improved patient outcomes
  • Drug testing and evaluation: Use in clinical trials for tracking the effectiveness of anti-inflammatory drugs
  • General health maintenance: Use in health clinics or homes for monitoring inflammation levels
  • Aid in surgical procedures: Detection of areas of inflammation that need surgical intervention
  • Enhanced medical research: Tool for researchers studying various diseases and their linkages to inflammation