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James Reuss
James L Reuss, Gerhard von der Ruhr, Dennis E Bahr, Michael T Larsen: Limited use medical probe. OB Scientific, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren sc, May 23, 2006: US07048687 (460 worldwide citation)

A limited use medical probe is disclosed, including a memory for maintaining a use value. The medical probe is coupled to a medical device that inhibits its function when the use value reaches a predetermined threshold value, preventing improper use of the probe. The probe memory may also store iden ...


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James Reuss
James L Reuss: Pulse oximeter with calibration stabilization. OB Scientific, Reinhart Boerner Van Duren s c, March 23, 2004: US06711425 (203 worldwide citation)

An improved pulse oximeter (sensor and monitor) uses a plurality of wavelengths selected to provide sensitivity to both oxygen saturation and deviations in tissue site characteristic(s) from conditions at calibration. The monitor detects and/or removes the effects of deviations on SpO


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James Reuss
James L Reuss: Pulse oximeter with signal sonification. OB Scientific, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S C, September 10, 2002: US06449501 (153 worldwide citation)

An improved pulse oximeter is disclosed. The pulse oximeter includes audio signal generation means, controlled by algorithms in a processing element which continuously transform the signals from the sensor into signal quality information. This information is converted into an audio signal and annunc ...


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James Reuss
Dennis E Bahr, James L Reuss: Method and apparatus for processing a physiological signal. OB Scientific, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S C, January 15, 2002: US06339715 (147 worldwide citation)

A signal processing method, preferably for extracting a fundamental period from a noisy, low-frequency signal, is disclosed. The signal processing method generally comprises calculating a numerical transform for a number of selected periods by multiplying signal data by discrete points of a sine and ...


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James Reuss
Dennis E Bahr, James L Reuss: Method and apparatus for processing a physiological signal. OB Scientific, Peinhart Boerner Van Deuren s c, November 11, 2003: US06647280 (120 worldwide citation)

A signal processing method, preferably for extracting a fundamental period from a noisy, low-frequency signal, is disclosed. The signal processing method generally comprises calculating a numerical transform for a number of selected periods by multiplying signal data by discrete points of a sine and ...


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Bahr Dennis, Larsen Michael T: Limited use medical probe. Ob Scientific, FLYNN Terri S, October 19, 2000: WO/2000/061003 (1 worldwide citation)

A limited use medical probe (14) is disclosed. The medical probe includes a memory storage component (26) for maintaining a use value, representing either the number of uses and/or the duration of use of the medical probe (14). The medical probe (14) is coupled to a medical monitoring device (12) wh ...


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Bahr Dennis E, Reuss James L: Method and apparatus for processing a physiological signal. Ob Scientific, MILLER Leslie S, April 5, 2001: WO/2001/024042

A signal processing method, preferably for extracting a fundamental period from a noisy, low-frequency signal, is disclosed. The signal processing method generally comprises calculating a numerical transform for a number of selected periods by multiplying signal data by discrete points of a sine and ...


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Reuss James L: Pulse oximeter with signal sonification. Ob Scientific, LISS Margaret M, December 6, 2001: WO/2001/091635

An improved pulse oximeter is disclosed. The pulse oximeter includes audio signal generation means, controlled by algorithms in a processing element which continuously transform the signals from the sensor into signal quality information. This information is converted into an audio signal and annunc ...


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D Bahr, Mt Larsen: Limited use medical probe. Ob Scientific, li jialin, October 22, 2003: CN00808884

A limited use medical probe (14) is disclosed. The medical probe includes a memory storage component (26) for maintaining a use value, representing either the number of uses and/or the duration of use of the medical probe (14). The medical probe (14) is coupled to a medical monitoring device (12) wh ...


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De Bahr, Jl Reuss: Method and apparatus for processing physiological signal. Ob Scientific, zhang zhengquan, October 30, 2002: CN00813694

A signal processing method, preferably for extracting a fundamental period from a noisy, low-frequency signal, is disclosed. The signal processing method generally comprises calculating a numerical transform for a number of selected periods by multiplying signal data by discrete points of a sine and ...