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Inspira Technologies Announces First in Human of HYLA Blood Sensor in Clinical Study

Inspira™ Technologies OXY B.H.N. Ltd. (Nasdaq: IINN) (Nasdaq: IINNW) (the “Company” or “Inspira Technologies”), a company aiming to revolutionize acute respiratory care, has announced today the first in human of a patient undergoing open-heart surgery in the HYLA research clinical study at Sheba Medical Center, Israel .

The HYLA Blood sensor is a non-invasive optical blood sensor, being developed using machine learning based algorithms to measure blood key parameters, continuously and in real-time during extracorporeal procedures including VV-ECMO, VA-ECMO and open-heart surgery.

The HYLA sensor measurements are designed to alert physicians of sudden changes in a patient’s blood key parameters, as well as alert perfusionists of sudden changes in oxygenator performance and blood recirculation.

The HYLA research clinical study is a first in human study designed to compare parameters measured by the non-invasive HYLA sensor to a standard blood gas analyzer that requires blood draw from the patient. The prospective data collection will further support the final product design.

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