In October 2022, AVRA’s patent counsel, Locke Lord LLP, filed an additional patent application related to the Company’s semi-automated robotic system. Locke Lord LLP had previously responded to the US Patent Office on a prior patent application the Company had made that covered various apparatus and methods for its semi-automated robotic system.
About AVRA Medical Robotics
AVRA Medical Robotics, Inc., (OTC: AVMR) is a medical software and artificial intelligence company building a fully autonomous medical robotic system combining artificial intelligence, machine learning and proprietary software.
It is empowering doctors and the practice of surgery through the use of software and artificial intelligence.
AVRA is concentrating its research and development efforts to meet the rising expectations of patients and practitioners for the precision, efficiencies and safety offered by robotics, artificial intelligence and proprietary software when combined with proven medical devices and surgical instruments.
AVRA’s current focus is developing a treatment-independent precision guidance system, applicable to a variety of minimally and non-invasive procedures, to leverage the growing demand for practical medical robotic devices, with an initial focus on skin resurfacing aesthetic procedures.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.avramedical.com.
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