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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden, Margaret A McCormack: System for monitoring health, wellness and fitness. BodyMedia, Philip E Levy, Barry I Friedman, Metz Lewis, August 12, 2003: US06605038 (749 worldwide citation)

A system for detecting, monitoring and reporting physiological information includes a sensor device adapted to be worn on the upper arm that includes at least one of an accelerometer, a GSR sensor and a heat flux sensor and generates data indicative of at least one of activity, galvanic skin respons ...


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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher D Kasabach: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, March 28, 2006: US07020508 (523 worldwide citation)

A detecting apparatus includes a housing support section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. An alternate apparatus measures heat flux and includes a known resistivity base member, a processing unit and two temperature measuring devices, one in thermal comm ...


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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden: Apparatus for monitoring health, wellness and fitness. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, August 28, 2007: US07261690 (472 worldwide citation)

A detecting, monitoring and reporting apparatus includes at least two sensors for facilitating the generation of data indicative of physiological parameters of the individual and/or data indicative of a contextual parameters of the individual. A processor is coupled to the sensors and is adapted to ...


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John M Stivoric, John L Moss, Christopher D Kasabach, Scott K Boehmke, Mark Zaremsky, Vanessa Sica: System for monitoring health, wellness and fitness having a method and apparatus for improved measurement of heat flow. BodyMedia, Barry I Friedman, Metz Lewis, July 22, 2003: US06595929 (428 worldwide citation)

Means and methods for measuring heat flux between a living body and an ambient atmosphere and for generating information related thereto. Means include a heat pipe configuration comprising at least one heat conduit in thermal communication with a heat flux sensor and a surface of a living body. Meth ...


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John Stivoric, Christopher Pacione, Eric Teller, David Andre, Christopher Kasabach, Scott Boehmke, Suresh Vishnubhatla, Scott Safier, Jonathan Farringdon, Raymond Pelletier: Apparatus for detecting, receiving, deriving and displaying human physiological and contextual information. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, October 23, 2007: US07285090 (317 worldwide citation)

A monitoring apparatus that includes a sensor device and an I/O device in communication with the sensor device that generates derived data using the data from the sensor device. The derived data cannot be directly detected by the associated sensors. Alternatively, an apparatus that includes a wearab ...


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Jonathan Farringdon, John M Stivoric, Eric Teller, David Andre, Scott K Boehmke, James Gasbarro, Gregory Kovacs, Raymond Pelletier, Christopher Kasabach: Method and apparatus for measuring heart related parameters. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, March 10, 2009: US07502643 (229 worldwide citation)

A monitor device and associated methodology are disclosed which provide a self contained, relatively small and continuously wearable package for the monitoring of heart related parameters, including ECG. The detection of heart related parameters is predicated on the location of inequipotential signa ...


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John Stivoric, Francine Gemperle, Christopher Kasabach: Wearable human physiological data sensors and reporting system therefor. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, December 26, 2006: US07153262 (114 worldwide citation)

A sensor array and computing apparatus are located on the human body while maintaining said sensors and apparatus within a proximity zone of the body such that the mobility and flexibility of the body are not deleteriously affected by the presence of the apparatus. The system permits the dynamic mon ...


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Donald J Wagner, Gary Reed: Method of production of a surface adapted to promote adhesion. Cycam, Tech Met, Barry I Friedman, November 2, 1993: US05258098 (65 worldwide citation)

An attachment surface for increasing adhesion between two objects or materials and a method for creating such a surface is disclosed. A substrate, including articles such as particularly an implantable device and high performance aircraft parts, is provided with a random irregular pattern formed thr ...


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Donald J Wagner, Gary Reed: Surface for use on an implantable device. Cycam, Tech Met, Barry I Friedman, Metz Schermer & Lewis, February 27, 2001: US06193762 (47 worldwide citation)

An attachment surface for an implantable device has a random irregular pattern formed through a repetitive masking and chemical milling process. Additionally, an attachment surface for an implantable device has a random irregular pattern formed through a repetitive masking and electrochemical millin ...


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Donald J Wagner, Donald J Wagner II, Rodney Bristol: Surface for use on implantable device. MedSource Technologies Pittsburgh, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, June 28, 2005: US06911249 (37 worldwide citation)

An attachment surface for an implantable device has an irregular pattern formed through a process including masking, chemical or electrochemical etching, blasting and debris removal steps. Surface material is removed from the implant surface without stress on the adjoining material and the process p ...



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