NEW YORK, November 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- E-QURE Corp. (OTCQB: EQUR), a Delaware corporation engaged in the commercialization of its Bio-electrical Signal Therapy device ("BST Device"), a new and novel electrotherapy for the non-invasive treatment of hard-to-heal chronic wounds, today announced that the Company was granted conditional approval by the FDA of its IDE application for conducting its US clinical trial. The IDE (investigational device exemption) was approved by the FDA as a pre-condition to initiating the clinical trial on the first 10 patients, out of the 90 planned patients for this trial, after which a safety report will be submitted to the FDA, ensuring no severe safety issues were found. The Company will then continue the trial to complete all 90 patients in the trial. E-QURE's Clinical trial is designed to be Double Arm, Controlled, Blinded, Placebo with Sham device, testing the safety and efficacy of the BST Device, by treating 90 patients, half of which with signal and half without. The Company will start the trial with 10 patients within the trial protocol. After completing the trial with the initial ten patients, the Company's report will be filed with the FDA describing all device related adverse events and side effects, if any. Assuming that this report is satisfactory to the FDA, the Company will continue the trial with the additional 80 patients to complete treatment in 90 patients. Ron Weissberg, Chairman of E-QURE Corp., commented. "The Company is pleased to announce receipt of IDE approval and is looking forward to launch the BST Device trial in the US ASAP." About E-QURE E-QURE Corp (OTCQB: EQUR) develops, manufactures and markets the E-QURE BST (Bioelectrical Signal Therapy) Device for the treatment and cure chronic wounds such as; pressure ulcers; diabetics foot ulcers; venous stasis ulcers and; hard to heal ulcers. The E-QURE BST device had few regulatory approvals in different part of the world that is currently being renewed. The company is seeking FDA approval for the device to start marketing it in the US.