The CorSens Perfusion Monitor


Over 1.2 million Percutaneous Cardiac Intervention (PCI) procedures are performed each year in the US.[1],[2] During PCI, myocardial perfusion is a critical indicator of heart health and an indication of successful PCI.[3] It has been estimated up to 20% of PCI fails to attain myocardial perfusion.[4] Chest pain symptoms and non-invasive techniques, such as exercise electrocardiography (ECG) testing, have limited clinical significance for evaluating the efficacy of PCI and detecting restenosis which reduces myocardial perfusion.[5] Chest pain following PCI is a poor indicator of restenosis since asymptomatic restenosis occurs in 18% to 59% of patients following PCI and in 30% to 58% of patients after stent placement, while up to 45% of patients developing chest pain after PCI do not have angiographic restenosis.[6],[7] Current techniques exist to measure myocardial perfusion require expensive imaging technologies and are not available during the PCI procedure.

Therefore, during PCI there exists a need for a continuous non-invasive myocardial perfusion monitor which provides real-time perfusion information to the cardiologist.

The CorSens Perfusion Monitor[8] has received FDA 510(k) Pre-Market Clearance  for the continuous non-invasive detection of myocardial perfusion.

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[1] JAMA. 2011 May 4; 305(17): 1769–1776. doi:10.1001/jama.2011.551.

[2] Adams GL, Ambati SR, Adams JM, Borges-Neto S. Role of nuclear imaging after coronary revascularization. J Nucl Cardiol. 2006;13:163–9.

[3] Am J Cardiol. 2003 Sep 15;92(6):656-9.

[4] Circulation. 1996;93:223–228., Circulation. 2000;101:570–580., Am Heart J. 2000;140:S90–S102., Eur Heart J. 2002;23:1112–1117.

[5] Zhang X, Liu X, He ZX, et al. Long-term prognostic value of exercise 99mTc-MIBI SPET myocardial perfusion imaging in patients after percutaneous coronary intervention. Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging. 2004;31:655–62.

[6] Holmes DR, Jr, Vlietstra RE, Smith HC, et al. Restenosis after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA): a report from the PTCA Registry of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Am J Cardiol. 1984;53:77–81.

[7] Ruygrok PN, Webster MW, de Valk V, et al. Clinical and angiographic factors associated with asymptomatic restenosis after percutaneous coronary intervention. Circulation. 2001;104:2289–94.




Seed investment initiates company operation.
Management assembled.
Initial IP filed.


CPM prototype fabricated.

Phase 1 CPM clinical trials initiated.
The company began receipt of a multi-staged investment from the Office of the Chief Scientist of Israel’s Ministry of Economy.


Phase 1 completed with 27 patients. Results show that CPM was able to provide stable, reproducible, and consistent detection of myocardial infarction and peak endocardial acceleration (PEA) signals in all patients.


Successfully completed filing of a Pre-Marketing Notification (510(k)) with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the CPM on May 2nd, 2016.

Announces Clearance of a 510(k) Pre-Marketing Notification with the US Food and Drug Administration for the Corsens Cardiac Monitor. The Cardiac Monitor is intended to detect heart contractility parameters required for continuous heart function monitoring


Evgeny Fizgeer
Experienced manager and marketing specialist. Evgeny's experience covers such positions as: founder and CEO at Delapharm Ltd, founder and CEO at DEO Natural, and CEO of Isradon Ltd.
William Edelman
Nearly 37 years of medical device industry experience, including executive positions at St Jude Medical, Baxter, TYRX and PolyTouch Medical
Prof. Alon Marmor
MD, PhD, co-founder, Inventor
Head of the Heart Institute, at Sieff Government Hospital, Safed, Israel. Prof. Marmor has been a principle investigator in more than 120 multicenter international clinical trials since 1988
Yossi DeLevi
Founder and Director
An inventor, entrepreneur, and director, with over 40 years of experience in company management, product development and manufacturing
Dr. Oded Ayzenberg
MD, Research Scientist
Cardiology specialist, is the Head of the Catheterization unit at the Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot, Israel


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