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Jan Wojcicki, Boguslaw Lilpop, Marek Ziembicki, Stanislaw Bielawski: Device for monitoring the operation of a delivery system and the method of use thereof. Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering P, Novo Nordisk, Steve T Zelson, Elias J Lambiris, March 2, 1993: US05190522 (255 worldwide citation)

A device for monitoring a delivery system comprising a volumetric micropump, a measuring element or sensor located in the infusion line, a matching system and an analyzing system. The devices are preferably for use in insulin administration when treating type-I diabetes and in analytical laboratorie ...


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Krasner Jerome L, Nardella Paul: Physiologically controlled cardiac pacer. Biocybernetics, July 20, 1971: US3593718 (147 worldwide citation)

A cardiac pacer is described which uses a physiological function such as breathing rate, to vary the production of electronic pulses which are fed to a constant current source connected to the ventricle. A constant source compensates for the fibrotic growths that often occur around the electrodes im ...


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Thomas J Heinz, Dae Shik Park: Custom fitted orthotic device. BioCybernetics International, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn, April 10, 2001: US06213968 (75 worldwide citation)

An orthotic device is provided, including an orthosis body adapted to be wrapped around the torso of a wearer of the device, the orthosis body having at least two segments in juxtaposed relationship. Means are provided at free end portions of the at least two segments to releasably secure the free e ...


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Arnold M Heyman, Tom Heinz: Orthotic device an methods for limiting expansion of a patient's chest. Biocybernetics International, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn PLLC, February 11, 2003: US06517502 (36 worldwide citation)

An orthotic device includes a pair of panel members and a mechanical advantage device that bridges the pair of panel members together to form a belt with two free end portions detachably connectable to each other. The mechanical advantage device has a drawstring element that causes the mechanical ad ...


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Thomas J Heinz, Royce Rumsey: Cervical support system. Biocybernetics International, MacPherson Kwok Chen & Heid, Mark Pellegrin, May 13, 2008: US07371222 (22 worldwide citation)

A cervical support system for restricting head and neck movement of a patient recovering from an injury to or surgery on the spine. The support system includes a supporting member for mounting onto and around the head and neck of the patient. The supporting member includes an injection molded base p ...


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Salvatore Celeste, Anthony Cucinotta, Steven Panora: Battery and method of battery control for enhancing electrochemical reactions. Biocybernetics Laboratories, E Lieberstein, April 30, 1996: US05512384 (17 worldwide citation)

The battery includes an anode and cathode structure spaced a fixed distance apart, a movable conveyor having electrolyte impregnated therein and means for advancing the conveyor to engage the anode and/or cathode at the anode and/or cathode interface with electrolyte. In the preferred arrangement th ...


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Salvatore A Celeste, Anthony J Cucinotta, Guy A Rossi: Galvanic battery with replenishable electrodes and/or electrolyte for extended battery operation. Biocybernetics Laboratories, Eugene Lieberstein, July 16, 1996: US05536592 (15 worldwide citation)

The galvanic battery of the present invention supplies the anode and/or cathode from an elongated strip of flexible tape preferably interconnected through a strip of inactive material functioning as a leader for said tape and for separating the tape entering the electrochemically active compartment ...


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Ewald Martin Prof: Dietary foodstuff. Samadhi Biocybernetics, May 28, 2003: EP1314362-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A dietetic food of physiological calorific value up to 1675 kJ, protein content >= 25 g, essential fatty acid content >= 3 g (calculated as linoleic acid) and a usable carbohydrate content >= 20 g contains an extract (5-50 wt.%) of Spirulina alga.


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HEINZ THOMAS J, RUMSEY ROYCE, BANNISTER ED, CHAN SAI CHUNG: GARROT A EFFET MECANIQUE, MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE TOURNIQUET. BIOCYBERNETICS INTERNATIONAL, PYNG MEDICAL, OYEN WIGGS GREEN & MUTALA, June 3, 2014: CA2542058 (1 worldwide citation)

A pressure control apparatus for restricting a flow of blood through or from a body part includes at least one arcuate member for attaching to the body part. The at least one arcuate member has a first end and an opposite second end. The first end includes a hook for fastening to a buckle mounted at ...


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Heinz Thomas J, Rumsey Royce: Cervical support system. Biocybernetics Internat, June 28, 2006: EP1673049-A2

ABSTRACT: A cervical support system for restricting head and neck movement of a pa recovering from an injury to or surgery on the spine. The support system includes a supporting member for mounting onto and around the head and neck of the patient. The supporting member includes an, injection molded ...