Clinical Trial Update
August 1st 2018
TLT is pleased to announce that The Barts Heart Centre Clinical Research Team at St Bartholomew’s Hospital have successfully completed the pivotal phase of the clinical study and have entered final data analysis procedures. The team at The Barts Heart Centre expects this to complete in the next few weeks. TLT is an ISO 13485 (2016) certified Company and will thereafter progress with the registration of this ground-breaking product and will seek regulatory clearance in Europe and the USA.
A Paradigm Shift in Haemodynamic Measurement
Tarilian Laser Technologies Ltd (TLT), a global Innovator in medical device, digital technology and engineering, delivers unique solutions to the medical and consumer healthcare markets based upon its proprietary and internationally patented opto-electronic sensor which instantly – within a second of application – delivers a continuous and highly accurate blood pressure reading and flow – similar to the output that is generated from an internal invasive arterial line that is used in intensive care. TLT uniquely delivers these vital measurements in everyday settings from the home, office, the gym as well as in clinical environments. In contrast to all other technologies, TLT is easy and extremely comfortable to apply – with no cuff, no application pressure and no calibration required at all. Unlike other attempts at cuffless technology over the past 50 years – which have relied on invasion of energy into the body and reflection back to a detector – which is problematic and highly inaccurate – the TLT team have broken a major barrier in sensor technology and developed a truly non-invasive high-fidelity system that accurately and effectively generates the most important surface physiological parameters that determine blood pressure, without any energy entering the body. This technology has over 47 patents and will create a whole new series of applications in consumer and hospital care environments.
The TLT Sensor
Our Products Redefine Blood Pressure Monitoring
ViCardio is TLT's first wireless, wearable consumer device and will be available in Q4 2018. Unlike traditional blood pressure cuffs, the ViCardio™ product is anticipated to deliver a continuous and highly accurate blood pressure reading – similar to the output that is generated from an internal arterial line.
Representing a new level of simplicity and accuracy in the outpatient measurement of Blood Pressure. With no requirement for calibration, no discomfort to the patient and a beat to beat output, Sapphire 9 redefines haemodynamic measurement.
24 Hour ABPM
Delivering the most discreet, simple to set-up, cuffless sensor, TLT will redefine the quality, precision and integrity of 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.
Strong Leadership and Governance
TLT is a Hertfordshire- based medical technology corporation which has progressed the creation, research and development of this technology platform and is in the process of entering its manufacturing and commercialisation phase of activity. The Company has a strong management team with expertise in medical engineering and software, clinical research and development, regulations, intellectual property management, manufacturing and commercial development. TLT is progressing the exploitation of its patent protected portfolio through the creation of key strategic partnerships with global technology and healthcare corporations.
The TLT sensor achieved outstanding clinical trial results in 2011 within the CE/FDA approval tolerances, and presented in 2012 at the prestigious European Society of Hypertension Congress. TLT since focused on the further miniaturization of the sensor and improvements in accuracy so as to allow TLT to enter the sensor into a second clinical trial using the highest scrutiny possible, that of comparison to intra-arterial lines used in intensive care environments using the SP-10 protocol. This trial, currently in progress at The Barts Heart Centre, is set to complete in Q2 of 2018 and its results will form the basis of CE/FDA certifications.