Pace of Jurisdictional Allowances Parallels Pre-Clinical and Regulatory Progress
HINGHAM, Mass., Dec. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Microbot Medical Inc. (Nasdaq: MBOT) continues to strengthen its intellectual property (IP) portfolio, while advancing and securing its global commercialization strategy. It has been granted a third patent in Israel for the LIBERTY® Robotic System, covering the core capabilities of the system, such as a compact robotic device for driving movement of two or more surgical devices and having motors and actuation assemblies encased within the same volume.
“The expansion of our intellectual property portfolio remains a critically important strategic objective, and this latest allowance represents the 10th global patent for the LIBERTY Robotic System to secure a competitive advantage in key markets,” commented Harel Gadot, Chairman, President, and CEO. “We’ve made significant progress towards the regulatory approval, and commercialization of the system, and will continue to secure additional patents to ensure our hard work is protected.”
About Microbot Medical
Microbot Medical Inc. (NASDAQ: MBOT) is a pre-clinical medical device company that specializes in transformational micro-robotic technologies, focused primarily on both natural and artificial lumens within the human body. Microbot’s current proprietary technological platforms provide the foundation for the development of a Multi Generation Pipeline Portfolio (MGPP).
Microbot Medical was founded in 2010 by Harel Gadot, Prof. Moshe Shoham, and Yossi Bornstein with the goals of improving clinical outcomes for patients and increasing accessibility through the use of micro-robotic technologies. Further information about Microbot Medical is available at http://www.microbotmedical.com.
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