The M.A.D.O.I.C.A.T., R.S.P.
(Method And Devices Of Inflammation
Control And Therapy,
Relief System Project)
Combating inflammation, it really
hits the spot.
It's not rocket science, ...
It's just BLS.
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Dedicated to, and In Loving Memory of:
Though I haven't reviewed all the records, something
tells me that these should be included.
The MADOICAT, RSP devices are portable devices of
coiled copper tubing and copper sheet metal construction that are
ergonomically designed to provide a combination of beneficial
practices into one more effective method, and devices for
inflammation control, injury immobilization and therapy. The
combination of copper in contact with the skin, or covered with a
very thin membrane for those who prefer, the ability to perform cold
and hot treatments in rapid succession, or steady cold treatments
for an extended period of time, and the ability to provide
adjustable ergonomic support, all provide an improve method and
devices for the treatment of injuries, aches, and pains. While not
currently shown above, tests have also been done with a device for
the treatment of the arm and hand. Among other things, the copper
helps to evenly distribute the thermal energy, and more quickly
changes temperature than other materials do. Changing temperatures
quickly can be beneficial for facilitating removal of toxins, when
continuous cold treatments are indicated, by only momentarily
interrupted cold with short blasts of hot, then rapidly returning to
cold to help keep inflammation from getting out of hand.
I really had hoped to have this
project much further along by now. At this time the automated
temperature system still needs to be put together to pull this off
most effectively. It should be easy to do, but I just haven't been
able to focus my resources toward it yet. Attaining Intellectual
Property Rights to this was done more to make it easier to call
people's attention to the concepts of this project, and to create
value in it that could make it more likely to happen, than it was to
try to make lots and lots of money with it to keep all to myself. In
order to bring it to the place that I ultimately would like to see
it reach, it will take the collaborated efforts of a number of
people. I do have a fair bit invested in this, unfortunately I have
been spread so thin in several different ways such that I haven't
been able to dedicate the necessary time and resources to it just
The current models that have been made
are hand made, and are costly to produce, but have been tested and
used on people. I personally use mine regularly. I am hoping before
long to work on tooling dies to make it easier to produce them
quickly. But if someone comes along who recognizes the advantages,
wants to become involved, and has
the right deal in mind, I am willing to consider various
options to try to make this available to more people, more quickly.
However, I am not interested in a deal with someone who is only
interested in just the marketing aspect alone, and who is wanting me
to invest a lot with them to try to make it go. One of these days,
hopefully before to long, some of us who know the various parts of
what is necessary to make this project benefit as many people as
possible, need to get together and discuss various options. If
you are such an individual, and are interested being involved in
some aspect of this project, or the entire project its self, feel
free to contact me.
Ideally, some aspects of this, at a
more critical level, would be greatly benefited by an in depth
clinical review that I am not currently in a position to preform. I
have possible options at hand, but I have so many other projects of
various types underway, if I wait until I can focus my attention,
and resources totally on this, it may be a little while yet. But I
would like to see something happening with it.
Hopefully before long, I can get back
to putting up more details of the currently preferred embodiments.
For use especially on the necks of patients with traumatic injury, a
model with folding sides seems most ideal, easiest to create, and
probably most attractive if designed according to current
considerations. I have plans brewing that could make that possible,
and that could overcome some, if not all, of the obstacles that are
known to exists that those in the medical profession may or may not
recognize on first consideration. I personally think that we all
need to take a much closer look at how we are actually treating
these injuries. Which procedures are we suppose to focus on first,
ALS, or BLS? (Advanced Life Support, or Basic Life Support)
we haven't even carefully considered all the BLS options yet, why
are we focusing so much on ALS?
personally had a very sever neck injury back in 1995, and was
wishing the whole time I had something like this, because knew that
too many people I knew had passed away because of their doctor's
inability to control these issues. Then again a few years later,
after I had mostly recovered, I had a fairly sever re injury from a
car accident. Utilizing some of these concepts helped make it
possible for me to still be functional today. I am convinced that if
I had had this to start with, I would be even much better off today.
If they were still around today at all, most people that have been
through what I've been through wouldn't be able to function at all.
I believe that the good Lord made it possible for me to make it
through all that to help others make it through as well, and so that
He could use me to direct others toward Him. Life on this earth
simply will not last forever. In the end, our connection with the
Lord will be the only thing that matters. Don't forget to get
carried away, When,
by the mercy, grace, and power of Christ alone, We
Get Carried Away!!!
information taken from the patent.
section Link will be here before long.
Hopefully before long, I will get back to
adding a picture gallery of the tests performed so far in build
various test models.
I am not
sure if this link remains active over time, but here is one you can
look at if you're wanting more information before I get this part of
the site put together.