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Xenter is infusing novel technologies into workhorse medical devices* that gather Physical Intelligence,™ wirelessly transmit Physical Intelligence into a global healthcare cloud, and use Artificial Intelligence analytics to improve healthcare.

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Xenter is developing a data-driven platform that embeds wireless capabilities into workhorse devices* used to treat heart attack, stroke and vascular disease

Smart/wireless guidewires and catheters* empower cath lab workhorses with Physical Intelligence™

Data from these smart devices is transmitted through Xenter’s XenFi™ Wireless Network

XMD™ is a new global healthcare cloud that contains this Physical Intelligence data

Data from XMD™ delivers powerful AI-enabled patient and physician software application

   *  Caution: Investigational devices only. Not for sale in the United States or any other jurisdiction.

See the power of Physical Intelligence

While Artificial Intelligence within a device or software can guide decision-making, it takes real-time in vivo Physical Intelligence to clearly understand what a patient is experiencing. Xenter’s platform will enable the capture of Physical Intelligence in the moment from device sensors, imaging, blood tests and other data inputs

These powerful insights inform a patient’s personalized clinical care path and can also help identify who is most likely to require readmission—contributing to both solving the acute issue and optimizing the durable result

Real-time, valuable physiologic data from devices will help drive:

What is Physical Intelligence?

Physical Intelligence is actionable, real-time medical data that:

  • Details a patient’s condition
  • Enables instantaneous clinical decisions
  • Is archived in Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
    Xenter is developing the sensors, chips, and wireless platforms that both collect and house Physical Intelligence data. XMD™ global healthcare cloud will enable AI analytics of Physical Intelligence data.

Physical Intelligence vs Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence utilizes Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics, and other algorithms to reason, learn, and problem-solve using collected medical data.

However, AI is a limited analytical tool that relies entirely on concrete information compiled from medical devices and procedures. While AI is used for predictive analytics, Physical Intelligence can show professionals exactly how patients react to certain processes, prescriptions, or environments in real time.

Device. Data. Diagnostics. Drug Innovation.




Vice President of Intellectual Property

Mr. Jensen graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked as an engineer for several years prior to attending law school and the University of Houston, where he graduated cum laude.  Before joining Xenter, Mr. Jensen had a successful practice in intellectual property law representing a diverse clientele that ranged from individual inventors to some of the largest companies in the world. 

Mr. Jensen has extensive experience in intellectual property law including patent preparation and prosecution, trademark prosecution, freedom to operate and infringement analysis, post grant procedures with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, trademark oppositions, and patent and trademark litigation. 

Mr. Jensen’s patent practice has involved a variety of technologies including medical devices, aerospace technologies, oil and gas technologies, manufacturing processes and materials science, alternative energy, filtration and separation technologies, mining, input devices for consumer electronics, exercise equipment and sporting goods, firearms, and business methods and software.

Mr. Jensen has been honored to be included in Utah’s Legal Elite, Mountain States Super Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in America® for multiple years.

Mr. Jensen enjoys spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.  He also enjoys the outdoors, fly fishing, and photography.