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David C Evers, A Darrell Lindsey, Marcus Finch, Reynolds G F Gorsuch: Patient monitor and support system. Healthdyne, Jerry R Seiler Esq, September 24, 1996: US05558638 (356 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring the health and medical requirements of a plurality of patients located at remote sites and providing these requirements to a care center. At the patient site, there is a base unit, which can be connected to a number of sensors and/or recorders with sensors. The sensors are fo ...


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Tommy G Cooper, Ross E Smith, Emil S Macha: Apparatus for recording reagent test strip data by comparison to color lights on a reference panel. Healthdyne, Jerry R Seiler, January 26, 1993: US05182707 (276 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for recording analysis of a reagent test strip having a plurality of color blocks for testing different constituents of a fluid, comprises a reference panel having a plurality of visually distinguishable and calibrated color areas or spots, a plurality of first lights for designating th ...


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John L Servidio, Robert E Tucker: Nasal positive pressure device. Healthdyne, Foley & Lardner, June 2, 1992: US05117819 (191 worldwide citation)

A device treats sleep apnea by supplying pressurized air to the nasal passages of a user through a connection device connected to said control device through a hose. The device includes a blower which pressurizes air and which supplies the pressurized air to the connection device, and a control devi ...


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John L Servidio, Bruce Beverly: Pressure support ventilatory assist system. Healthdyne Technologies, Jones & Askew, February 4, 1997: US05598838 (184 worldwide citation)

A pressure support ventilatory assist device is disclosed. Pressure is provided by a blower which is operated at the minimum speed necessary to achieve the desired inspiration pressure. Pressure regulation is achieved by means of a novel pressure regulator valve, rather than by modulating blower spe ...


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John L Servidio, Bruce Beverly: Pressure support ventilatory assist system. Healthdyne Technologies, Gerald R Troutman Sanders Boss, July 27, 1999: US05927274 (97 worldwide citation)

A pressure support ventilatory assist device is disclosed. Pressure is provided by a blower which is operated at the minimum speed necessary to achieve the desired inspiration pressure. Pressure regulation is achieved by means of a novel pressure regulator valve, rather than by modulating blower spe ...


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Reynolds G F Gorsuch, John Atkin: Apparatus and method for selective separation of blood cholesterol. Healthdyne, Jones Askew & Lunsford, October 6, 1992: US05152743 (81 worldwide citation)

Selective separation of blood cholesterol by cascade filtration. An in vivo filter is implanted within a blood vessel to separate plasma from blood, and the separated plasma is removed to an extracorporeal secondary filter which removes low density lipoprotein (LDL) from the plasma. The in vivo port ...


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Michael P Czabala, Robert W Murdoch: Pressure swing absorption system with multi-chamber canister. Healthdyne Technologies, Gerald R Boss Esq, Troutman Sanders, December 7, 1999: US05997617 (65 worldwide citation)

A multi-chamber canister for a pressure swing absorption system within a general housing assembly. The chambers include a first molecular sieve chamber for receiving a first molecular sieve for separating air from the ambient environment into a concentrated gas and at least a second molecular sieve ...


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Reynolds G F Gorsuch, John Atkin: Apparatus and method for in vivo plasma separation. Healthdyne, Jones Askew & Lunsford, August 21, 1990: US04950224 (57 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the continuous in vivo separation of plasma from other blood components comprising a bundle of microporous hollow fibers inserted into the vena cava. The fibers are sized to permit diffusion of plasma through the fiber pores but not cellular or other larger blood components. The fib ...


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Mark A Wilkinson: Thermistor airflow sensor assembly. Healthdyne, Foley & Lardner, March 2, 1993: US05190048 (49 worldwide citation)

A thermistor airflow sensor assembly adapted to be mounted adjacent the mouth and nose of a patient for monitoring the breathing of the patient, with the assembly comprising thin, flexible, resilient layers of film adhesively secured to each other to form a laminate. Copper conductor strips are form ...


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Anilbhai S Patel: Patient sensor continuity detector. Healthdyne, Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Koch, May 25, 1982: US04331161 (48 worldwide citation)

A device detects a discontinuity in the communication of a sensor with a patient by detecting separation of the sensor from the patient. An alarm responds to the detected separation of the sensor from the patient to signal the discontinuity in the sensor operation. The device is particularly useful ...