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David T D Andrea, John R Semler, Thomas H White: Method of using, and determining location of, an ingestible capsule. Smart Pill Corporation, Phillips Lytle, September 14, 2010: US07797033 (73 worldwide citation)

The present invention broadly provides an improved ingestible capsule (28) that is arranged to sense one or more physiological parameters within a mammalian body, an to transmit such parameters to an extra-corporeal receiver (50). In use, the capsule and receiver perform the method of determining th ...


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Charles M Pizzuto: Magnetic activation and deactivation circuit and system. The Smart Pill Corporation, Phillips Lytle, March 5, 2009: US20090058575-A1

A circuit (10) comprising a latching device (20) operatively configured and arranged to change from a first output state to a second output state as a function of a magnetic field (40) applied in a first direction, to maintain the second output state when the magnetic field is no longer applied in t ...


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Laura A Matott: Tethering capsule system. The Smart Pill Corporation, June 23, 2011: US20110152639-A1

A capsule system comprising a first capsule (16) configured to be ingested by a subject, a second capsule (18) configured to be ingested by the subject separately from the first capsule, the first capsule having an electromagnetic element (29, 30) and a sensor (22, 23) for sensing a physiological pa ...


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John R Semler: Method of locating an ingested capsule. The Smart Pill Corporation, August 16, 2012: US20120209083-A1

A method of determining the location of an ingested capsule comprising the steps of providing an ingestible capsule having a pH sensor and a pressure sensor, having a subject ingest the capsule, recording pH measurements from the pH sensor as a function of time as the capsule moves through at least ...


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John R Semler: Method of evaluating constipation using an ingestible capsule. The Smart Pill Corporation, October 20, 2011: US20110257490-A1

A method for diagnosing constipation comprising the steps of providing an ingestible capsule (20) having a given density and a pH sensor (22) and a temperature sensor (24), having a subject ingest the capsule, recording pH measurements from the pH sensor as a function of time as the capsule moves th ...


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Semler John R: Method of evaluating constipation using an ingestible capsule. THE SMART PILL CORPORATION, Richards Rowland, June 30, 2011: WO/2011/079050

A method for diagnosing constipation comprising the steps of providing an ingestible capsule (20) having a given density and a pH sensor (22) and a temperature sensor (24), having a subject ingest the capsule, recording pH measurements from the pH sensor as a function of time as the capsule moves th ...


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Matott Laura A: Tethering capsule system. THE SMART PILL CORPORATION, Richards Rowland, July 14, 2011: WO/2011/084704

A capsule system comprising a first capsule (16) configured to be ingested by a subject, a second capsule (18) configured to be ingested by the subject separately from the first capsule, the first capsule having an electromagnetic element (29, 30) and a sensor (22, 23) for sensing a physiological pa ...


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Pizzuto Charles M: Magnetic activation and deactivation circuit and system. The Smart Pill Corporation, Pizzuto Charles M, RICHARDS Rowland, March 12, 2009: WO/2009/032064

A circuit (10) comprising a latching device (20) operatively configured and arranged to change from a first output state to a second output state as a function of a magnetic field (40) applied in a first direction, to maintain the second output state when the magnetic field is no longer applied in t ...