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Brian M Fudge, Kimberly A Golden, David R Rich: Pulse oximetry sensor and dispensing method. Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas, December 30, 2003: US06671532 (106 worldwide citation)

An oximetry sensor that can be easily applied and attached to a portion of the body of a patient in a noninvasive manner is provided. The oximetry sensor of the present invention includes an adhesive wrap member for use with reusable pulse oximetry sensor electronics (e.g., an LED assembly and a pho ...


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Brian M Fudge, Kimberley A Golden, David R Rich: Pulse oximetry sensor and dispensing method. Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas, September 6, 2005: US06941162 (100 worldwide citation)

An oximetry sensor that can be easily applied and attached to a portion of the body of a patient in a noninvasive manner is provided. The oximetry sensor of the present invention includes an adhesive wrap member for use with reusable pulse oximetry sensor electronics (e.g., an LED assembly and a pho ...


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Joseph A Orr, Scott A Kofoed, Dwayne Westenskow, Michael B Jaffe: Apparatus and method for non-invasively measuring cardiac output. Respironics Novametrix, TraskBritt, June 21, 2005: US06908438 (20 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for non-invasively determining cardiac output using partial re-breathing techniques are disclosed in which the apparatus is constructed with an instantaneously adjustable deadspace for accommodating differences in breathing capacities of various patients. The apparatus is const ...


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Paul C Daly: Disposable body part warmer and method of use. Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas, April 20, 2004: US06723115 (9 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for warming a portion of a human body, such as a foot of a neonatal infant, comprising an elongated, flexible pouch defining an internal chamber containing a selecting initiable heat generating material, the pouch including a first relatively longer segment and a second relatively short ...


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Baumfalk Reinhard, Reif Oscar Werner, Scheper Thomas, Riechers Daniel, Hayden Russell, Nuzzo Philip: (De) Einwegbioreaktor mit sensoranordnung, (En) Disposable bioreactor comprising a sensor arrangement. Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Respironics Novametrix, Baumfalk Reinhard, Reif Oscar Werner, Scheper Thomas, Riechers Daniel, Hayden Russell, Nuzzo Philip, November 22, 2007: WO/2007/131593 (5 worldwide citation)

(EN) The invention relates to a disposable bioreactor comprising a reversible, externally attachable sensor arrangement for measuring a physical variable of a contained medium. A sensor adapter (28) for receiving an electronic sensor arrangement (34, 38; 42; 44a, 44b, 46, 48) interacting with the me ...


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Fudge Brian M, Golden Kimberley, Rich David R: Pulse oximetry sensor and dispensing method cross reference to related applications. Respironics Novametrix, June 16, 2004: EP1427331-A2

An oximetry sensor that can be easily applied and attached to a portion of the body of a patient in a noninvasive manner is provided. The oximetry sensor of the present invention includes an adhesive wrap member for use with reusable pulse oximetry sensor electronics e.g., an LED assembly and a phot ...


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David R Rich: Integrated sample cell and filter and system using same. RIC Investments, Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas Intellectual Property Counsel, Respironics, April 8, 2004: US20040065141-A1

Sidestream gas sampling assembly that does not substantially degrade the waveform of expired gases. The gas sampling assembly includes a sample cell portion integrated with a filter portion for separating undesired liquid condensate from respiratory gases to be monitored. The gas sampling assembly i ...


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Brian M Fudge, Kimberley A Golden, David R Rich: Pulse oximetry sensor and dispensing method. Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas Intellectual Property Counsel, Respironics, July 22, 2004: US20040143172-A1

An oximetry sensor that can be easily applied and attached to a portion of the body of a patient in a noninvasive manner is provided. The oximetry sensor of the present invention includes an adhesive wrap member for use with reusable pulse oximetry sensor electronics (e.g., an LED assembly and a pho ...


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Joseph A Orr, Kai Kuck, Lara Brewer, Michael B Jaffe: Methods for inducing temporary changes in ventilation for estimation of hemodynamic performance. Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas Intellectual Property Counsel, Respironics, December 4, 2003: US20030225339-A1

Methods for inducing changes in the effective ventilation of an individual by varying one or more respiratory parameters to derive measurements which may be utilized to calculate measures of hemodynamic performance, e.g., pulmonary capillary blood flow and cardiac output, are provided. The methods o ...