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Raymond G Ragan, James G Stephenson, Charles L Zuck: Patient warming or cooling blanket. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, June 30, 1992: US05125238 (141 worldwide citation)

A disposable patient heating or cooling blanket having three layers of flexible sheeting two of which form an air chamber, the third of which is a comfortable layer for contact with the patient and which, having a greater friction characteristic, aids in keeping the blanket in place on the patient. ...


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Joseph A Namenye, James G Stephenson, Corrie T M Anderson: Thermal blanket with surgical access. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, August 22, 1995: US05443488 (106 worldwide citation)

A disposable pneumatic thermal blanket for controlling a patient's body temperature wherein the blanket includes structure for providing access through the blanket for surgical purposes. The inflatable blanket consists of upper and lower thermoplastic sheets heat sealed at the periphery and specifie ...


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James G Stephenson, William F Lohness, Eugene L Kilbourn: Patient temperature control blanket with controlled air distribution. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, November 30, 1993: US05265599 (76 worldwide citation)

A disposal pneumatic temperature controlled blanket consisting of flexible upper and lower sheets interconnected at their peripheries to define an inflatable envelope. The lower sheet outer surface is provided with a friction producing layer and a plurality of orifices are formed in the lower sheet ...


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Larry Eccleston, James C Cook II, Earl R Goodrich II: Method and apparatus for producing electromagnetic surveillance fields. Progressive Dynamics, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, January 3, 1989: US04795995 (53 worldwide citation)

A system for producing alternating electromagnetic fields for use in theft detection and surveillance systems, including an arrangement of field-generating inductance coils for disposition on opposite sides of a passage to be monitored by the electromagnetic field produced by such coils. In a prefer ...


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James C Cook II: Incandescent light regulation and intensity controller. Progressive Dynamics, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, February 20, 1990: US04902958 (52 worldwide citation)

A regulation and intensity controller for prolonging the life of an incandescent lamp controls the root mean square voltage across the lamp by converting AC voltage to a DC voltage and by applying the DC voltage to the lamp through a switch and an inductor in series connection with the lamp. The swi ...


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Thomas H Philipot: Patient warmer heater blower control. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, April 5, 1994: US05300098 (43 worldwide citation)

A hypothermic therapy heater blower control system for use with patient warming blankets flowing warm air over the patient wherein the control system includes a data display indicating the temperature of the supplied air and the circuitry includes audible and visual alarms to indicate overheating or ...


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James C Cook II: Power converter with overvoltage protection. Progressive Dynamics, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, November 11, 1997: US05687066 (41 worldwide citation)

A switched power converter for a recreational vehicle includes a housing and a switched power supply. The switched power supply has a switch and at least one energy storage component, the switch controlling the supply of power to the energy storage component. The output of the energy storage compone ...


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James G Stephenson, Eugene L Kilbourn, Peter C Kempf: Method for forming air flow control orifice in an inflated blanket. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, September 21, 1993: US05246656 (33 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to the method for forming air flow control orifices in a patient body temperature regulating blanket consisting of an inflated envelope defined by thin plastic film wherein temperature controlled air flows through the blanket orifices upon the patient's body. The blanket side ...


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James G Stephenson: Thermal medical blanket using internal subtube. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, February 28, 1995: US05392847 (32 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic, disposable, temperature control blanket pressurized with a heated or cooled air comprises an inflated envelope having a lower sheet having openings formed therein for impinging the air upon a patient. Air is introduced into the blanket envelope at a single inlet port, and an interior fl ...


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Papoi Michael S, Barritt Max E: Combination power converter-distribution panel unit for recreational vehicles. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, December 24, 1974: US3857044 (32 worldwide citation)

A combination electrical distribution and power supply unit for recreational vehicles utilizing both AC and DC circuits wherein distribution apparatus such as circuit breakers, fuses, relays and the like are housed within one chamber of the unit, while the major heat generating components, such as a ...