Nox Medical’s Disposable Sleep Sensor Patent Survives Natus’ Challenge in USA and Europe

Reykjavik, April 3rd, 2018 –Nox Medical, a leading sleep diagnostic medical device company and innovator has achieved a major success in EPO opposition proceedings initiated by Natus concerning one of Nox Medical’s key patents, EP 2 584 962 B1, covering the biometric connector on its disposable RIP belts. The European Patent Office (EPO) has concluded that Nox Medical’s European patent on the Nox RIP Belts is valid as amended in the opposition proceedings. Nox Medical is confident that its patent will also survive the appeal proceedings. In the United States, the patent infringement case against Natus based on a U.S. patent belonging to the same patent family as the above-mentioned EP patent is set for trial beginning April 30, 2018.

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New distributor agreement with Brojaw

We are happy to announce that Nox Medical and Brojaw have signed a partnership agreement for distributing Nox sleep systems in Taiwan. Registration is now being finalized and with this agreement, Brojaw receives full responsibility of promoting, selling and providing customer service for Nox T3 and Nox A1 in the country.

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The Evolution of Sleep & Challenging the Status Quo

Nox Medical has been an active supporter of the research and scientific community and we view it as our responsibility to contribute to the sleep community as much as we possibly can. For years we have organised a sponsored symposium with high scientific value at key events.

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New Study: Important Validation of the Nox T3

The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine has published a new study, Xu et al. (2017) that validates the performance of the Nox T3 sleep monitor for home sleep testing to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in adults.

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Live Webinar for Noxturnal 5.1 release

Last month we launched an important release of multiple products. To follow up on the release of Noxturnal 5.1 and our product updates we are hosting a Live Webinar to go over the main changes and new products available.

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