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Embrace+ | Date: 2011-06-03

Systems and methods are disclosed for regulating body temperature. The system includes a housing that comprises compartments for a phase change material and a heat transfer material. The compartments are configured to transfer heat from the heat transfer material to the phase change material. A temperature sensor is used to determine when the phase change material has reached a pre-determined temperature. When the pre-determined temperature is reached, a release mechanism or lever is coupled to the temperature sensor to separate the phase change material compartment from the heat transfer material compartment or to remove the heat transfer material away from the phase change material compartment. The heated phase change material compartment can be used to regulate body temperature.


A compression undergarment to relief the symptoms of menstrual cramping may comprise a first and second pad both capable of conforming to a female users hips. Each pad is tapered having two part construction. Such construction may include a pliable exterior panel of resilient material and an interior panel made of compressible material. The second component of the apparatus is a compression undergarment having a first and corresponding second annular sleeve. Such compression undergarment includes a front side, back side, first leg portion and second leg portion, such that positioned above the first leg portion and second leg portion is a top portion which connects both leg portions. The compression undergarment also includes a first annular sleeve capable of receiving the first pad and the second annual sleeve capable of receiving the second pad. The third component is a compression band that fits around both pads and the compression undergarment.


Patent
Embrace+ | Date: 2014-07-14

Systems and methods are disclosed for regulating body temperature. The system includes a housing that comprises compartments for a phase change material and a heat transfer material. The compartments are configured to transfer heat from the heat transfer material to the phase change material. A temperature sensor is used to determine when the phase change material has reached a pre-determined temperature. When the pre-determined temperature is reached, a release mechanism or lever is coupled to the temperature sensor to separate the phase change material compartment from the heat transfer material compartment or to remove the heat transfer material away from the phase change material compartment. The heated phase change material compartment can be used to regulate body temperature.


A medical/care support method is provided, which enables medical or care workers having different special fields such as physicians and nurses to share the medical or care information of each patient or care-needing person while protecting the privacy of the patient or care-needing person, and to support the provision of better-quality medical or care service to the patient or care-needing person based on the medical or care information shared. A patient ID, a disease ID, and a medical facility ID are associated and stored, thereby generating a group G11. A patient P1 designated by patient group registration participates in the group G11 after the patients approval of an invitation request. Medical workers M1 and M2 and patient-related persons R1, R2, and R4 participate in the group G11 as supporters in response to respective invitation requests. The medical information of the patient P1 is shared among the patient P1, the medical workers M1 and M2, and the patient-related persons R1, R2, and R4 who belong to the group G11 according to the sharing rule which the patient P has agreed.


Patent
Embrace+ | Date: 2010-06-28

An apparatus to relieve menstrual cramping includes one or more tapered pads having an inner and outer side, each outer side being semi-rigid and each inner side being flexible. The outer side of each pad is connected to one or more straps having first and second ends. A fastener is attached to the first end of each strap and a corresponding second fastener attaches to the second end of each strap. The apparatus includes a variable compression drive located proximate to one pad to create a compression force through each strap when the first and corresponding second fasteners connect. The drive includes an outer drum shell, an inner rotator having an inner diameter that is treaded, a motor which communications with the inner rotator, and a threaded shaft which engages the inner diameter of the inner rotator. A tab attaches the threaded shaft to the strap.


Patent
Embrace+ | Date: 2016-09-07

A method and apparatus for relationship management of devices utilizing a network are described. A service aggregator receives information from a device and sends information to the device directing the device to communicate with a service provider.


A medical/care support method is provided, which enables medical or care workers having different special fields such as physicians and nurses to share the medical or care information of each patient or care-needing person while protecting the privacy of the patient or care-needing person, and to support the provision of better-quality medical or care service to the patient or care-needing person based on the medical or care information shared. A patient ID, a disease ID, and a medical facility ID are associated and stored, thereby generating a group G11. A patient P1 designated by patient group registration participates in the group G11 after the patients approval of an invitation request. Medical workers M1 and M2 and patient-related persons R1, R2, and R4 participate in the group G11 as supporters in response to respective invitation requests.


A baby temperature maintenance device is designed to regulate the temperature of a baby while providing a caretaker access to a lower portion of the baby without disturbing the baby. The baby temperature maintenance device includes a first panel of fabric, a second panel of fabric, a lower securing mechanism, and a plurality of upper securing mechanisms. The lower portions of the panels are fastened together with a lower securing mechanism that can be zipped open or closed. The upper portions of the panels are fastened together with upper securing mechanisms that fasten over each of the babys shoulders. In some embodiments, a first wing and a second wing are included as a swaddle to fold over different sides and across the center of the first panel. The first wing and the second wing have reciprocal mating portions that fasten to each other to restrict movement of the babys arms.


News Article | February 22, 2017
Site: www.businesswire.com

MIDDLETOWN, R.I.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In response to a strengthening housing market and demand for home financing across Texas, Embrace Home Loans, a prominent leader in the mortgage industry, has expanded into the state with its newest branch in Frisco. The branch is located at 2601 Network Blvd., and will serve the surrounding communities including Dallas and Fort Worth. Home sales and prices continue to rise in Texas. In fact, according to the Quarterly Housing Report from the Texas Association of Realtors®, Texas home sales in the third quarter of 2016 rose 0.2 percent compared to the third quarter of 2015. Additionally, the median sales price increased seven percent during that same time frame. “For more than 30 years, Embrace Home Loans has been a trusted mortgage provider throughout the east coast,” said Billy Holloway, branch manager for Embrace Home Loans’ Frisco office. “Because of their solid reputation, they are ideal for the Texas market. As the demand for home financing strengthens, we’re ready to support the lending needs of individuals and families in Frisco as well as the surrounding communities. We look forward to not only offering a best-in-class mortgage experience for our clients, but we’re also thrilled to be a part of the Embrace team.” In its 34th year of business, Embrace Home Loans has prided itself on being a market leader by differentiating the experience it creates for its customers, clients and employees. The lender’s unique approach has resulted in industry-leading customer satisfaction scores, several national and state employer-of-choice awards, and a doubling of the company’s sales force in the last few years. “As the housing market continues to strengthen across the nation, especially in Texas, there is a need for trusted home financing solutions,” said Jeff McGuiness, Chief Sales Officer, Embrace Home Loans. “Adding the right talent to support those markets is essential, and we’re confident Billy and his team will be an outstanding addition to our organization. His customer-centric approach aligns with Embrace’s commitment to provide superior service to our clients, and we believe he will not only greatly support the needs of those in Texas, but also exceed our goals for years to come.” Founded in 1983, Embrace Home Loans is a direct lender for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, approved by FHA and VA, and an issuer for Ginnie Mae. Embrace Home Loans has remained a prominent leader in the industry, having helped hundreds of thousands of individuals and their families purchase new homes, lower their monthly payments and consolidate high-interest debt since its inception. With 80+ offices and licensed in 46 states and D.C., Embrace has been recognized seven times as one of the Best Medium-sized Companies to Work for in America by Fortune and four times as one of the Fastest Growing Companies in America by Inc. The company has also been recognized eleven times as one of the Best Places to Work in Rhode Island and as the Most Community Involved Company in Rhode Island by Providence Business News. For more information, please visit www.embracehomeloans.com.

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