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A device for promoting blood circulation in the limbs and method for causing low frequency virrations
The proposed method and apparatus in the event of a beating generates frequencies of 1 to 10 Hz and amplitudes of 1 to 50 mm displacement, thus creating a sufficient amount of force to create the required limb displacement. The device according to the invention comprises: a frame structure (1); a lying position on the surface of the human body (2); a changeover support (3) of the upper body or at least part of the upper body with a support surface (2); adjustable leg support (4); adjustable adj uster (5) of the adjustable leg feet (4) with the support surface (2) and its locking support (6); vibration generation source (7); and vibration generator control means (not shown in the drawing).
Method and device for fixation of a sinking intraocular lens in the eye field
The purpose of this invention is a device to affix a sinking intraocular lens to the iris.
The difference between this suggested IOL fixation device and the brain aneurysm clipping device is that this device can be inserted into the eye through a standard cataract surgery incision (up to 3mm) (open-sky method is not needed) and the fixation ring is elastic and is let out of the device through an opening on the side of the distal part of its tube.
The device is inserted into an eye through a small incision (2 – 3 mm) in the peripheral cornea, so it is used in cataract surgery in the cases of a sinking IOL.
Alveolar buccal bone plate thickness measurement device
The purpose of the present invention is to monitor the changes in the width of the cheekbone of the jaw of the alveolate under the same conditions after the tooth extraction and to standardize them over time under equal conditions.
The device consists of a housing , in which the measuring axis  is inserted, with a measuring scale graduated every 0.5 mm and fixed in the bolt bush . The locking axis  is inserted into the sleeve [5, 6, 7] during the measurement, and in each case it is locked with a bolt for fixing the locking axle . The calibration tool is equipped with a calibration ruler , which is fastened with a bolt for mounting the calibration ruler . The device is calibrated on the calibration pad  by inserting the locking axis  into the locking axle recess . The calibrated measuring device is inserted into the cylinder , fixed in an individual plastic guide plate.
Prof. Jurga Bernatonienė. Prof. Jurga Bernatonienė research is dedicated to the development of high-quality pharmaceuticals and cosmetics products that are relevant to business and friendly environment. In cooperation with various business enterprises, more than 30 different cosmetics and other products have been created, which are currently successfully distributed in Lithuania and abroad.
Prof. Virgilijus Ulozas. Prof. Virgilijus Ulozas has been granted Lithuanian Science Award in 2015 for the cycle of work „Organ Lung Diseases: Investigation for biological markers, Innovative diagnostic and treatment methods (2000-2014). Prof. Virgilijus Ulozas scientific research are based on the development of innovative laryngeal diagnostic systems through information technologies. In 2017 in collaboration with the business company he has created app VOICE SCREEN for early diagnostics through human voice screening (2017).
Prof. Elena Bartkienė. Dr. Elena Bartkienė holds Professor position at the Department of Food Safety and Quality Department and Chief Researcher position, as well as Head position at the Institute of Animal Rearing Technologies of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. She is author and co-author of 78 ISI WOS publications and author of 2 patents registered in European Patent Office (No.: PCT/IB2015/057173 and No.: PCT/IB2015/057168). The research and working areas are focused on Food Technology and Biotechnology, Safety and Quality control, Sustainable (bio)Technology. She has experience in development of technologies of new prototype of food products for the nutrition of high-risk groups.
Prof. Vaiva Lesauskaitė. Prof. habil. dr. Vaiva Lesauskaitė is Vice-Rector for Research, Head of Laboratory of Molecular Cardiology at the Institute of Cardiology, professor in the Department of Pathological Anatomy at Lithuanian University of Health Sciences. Professor is actively involved in promoting cooperation of Lithuanian Science University of Health Science with public and private entities at local and international levels with special focus on entrepreneurial orientation of research and development of national and international relations with actors in research and business through implementation of projects.
Prof. Vilmantė Borutaitė. Prof. dr. Vilmantė Borutaitė is a Senior Research Fellow at the Biochemical Laboratory of Institute of Neurosciences. Scientific interests: mitochondrial physiology and the regulation of cellular energy metabolism, the role of mitochondria in apoptosis regulation; molecular mechanisms of cerebral ischemia and the search for neuroprotective measures; molecular pathogenesis mechanisms of Alzheimer‘s disease and other proteinopathies.