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On the Forefront

of In-Body


and Biosensing

on the Nanoscale

Ortho-tag’s proprietary technologies enable wireless 

in-body communication, real-time data exchange/storage, 

and nanodiagnostic functionality of smart medical implants, providing a versatile, in vivo platform that connects digital health applications and sensors

with the human body.

Value Benefits
  • Enables and enhances in-body communication, data exchange/storage, and nanodiagnostic functionality of medical implants

  • Provides a versatile, in-vivo platform that connects digital health applications with the human body

  • Eliminates the need for an internal battery
    power source

  • Avoids signal interference with metallic implants or external radio frequencies (MRI compatible)

  • Provides a high-level of data exchange security

  • Implant identification and accountability 

  • Post-surgical infection detection

  • In-vivo data and image storage

  • Diagnostic and monitoring capabilities

  • Internal medicine release

  • Electrical stimulation therapy


Meet Ortho-tag


Combined technologies and intellectual property of Lee Berger, MD (Ortho-tag Founder & Orthopedic Surgeon) enable

and enhance the wireless

in-body communication, real-time data exchange/storage, diagnostics, and in vivo drug administrative capabilities of smart medical implants, providing a versatile, in-vivo platform that connects digital health applications and sensors with the human body.


Currently, there are a limited number of methods for communicating with implanted medical devices and nobiosensors. This lack in communication with medical implants leads to an uncertainty of conditions that might present themselves post-surgery (e.g. infections, foreign body reaction, or implant malfunction). Traditional methods of communicating from within the body is either radio frequency identification (RFID) or wire/tethered connection. These methods are flawed by signal interference (with metallic implants or external sources), power supply, and data security. 


Ortho-tag offers a viable alternative to traditional RFID by employing Volume Conduction Technology (VCT). This proprietary technology enables and enhances wireless in-body communication, and is also applied to externally powering implanted medical devices and sensors. 

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