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Philip R Westbrook, Daniel J Levendowski, Milenko Cvetinovic, Chris Berka, Yury Furman: Sleep apnea risk evaluation. Ares Medical, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, November 2, 2004: US06811538 (147 worldwide citation)

In a technique for collecting and analyzing physiological signals to detect sleep apnea, a small light-weight physiological monitoring system, affixed to a patient's forehead, detects and records the pulse, oximetry, snoring sounds, and head position of a patient to detect a respiratory event, ...


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Philip R Westbrook, Daniel J Levendowski, Milenko Cvetinovic, Chris Berka, Yury Furman: Sleep apnea risk evaluation. Ares Medical, Fulwider Patton, November 20, 2007: US07297119 (116 worldwide citation)

In a technique for collecting and analyzing physiological signals to detect sleep apnea, a small light-weight physiological monitoring system, affixed to a patient's forehead, detects and records the pulse, oximetry, snoring sounds, and head position of a patient to detect a respiratory event, such ...


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Westbrook Philip R, Levendowski Daniel J, Cvetinovic Milenko, Berka Christine, Furman Yury: Sleep apnea risk evaluation. Ares Medical, October 22, 2003: EP1353594-A2

In a technique for collecting and analyzing physiological signals to detect sleep apnea, a small light-weight physiological monitoring system, affixed to a patient's forehead, detects and records the pulse, oximetry, snoring sounds, and head position of a patient to detect a respiratory event, such ...


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Westbrook Philip R, Levendowski Daniel J, Cvetinovic Milenko, Berka Christine, Furman Yury: Sleep apnea risk evaluation. Ares Medical, Westbrook Philip R, Levendowski Daniel J, Cvetinovic Milenko, Berka Christine, Furman Yury, HALL David A, August 29, 2002: WO/2002/065901

In a technique for collecting and analyzing physiological signals to detect sleep apnea, a small light-weight physiological monitoring system, affixed to a patient's forehead, detects and records the pulse, oximetry, snoring sounds, and head position of a patient to detect a respiratory event, such ...