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Jeffrey W Hall, T E Cadell: Method and device for measuring concentration levels of blood constituents non-invasively. CME Telemetrix, Daryl W Schnurr, November 8, 1994: US05361758 (298 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive device and method for monitoring concentration levels of blood and tissue constituents within a living subject such as a human or animal utilizes a polychromatic light source that emits light over a broad spectrum of wavelengths in the near infrared range. The light is passed through, ...


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Theodore E Cadell, Kevin Rabalais: Multi-channel digital medical telemetry system. CME Telemetrix, Daryl W Schnurr, September 25, 1990: US04958645 (241 worldwide citation)

A medical radio telemetry system has a plurality of telemeters with one telemeter being located on each patient. Each telemeter is connected to the patient to collect data such as temperature, heart rate, pacer rate, respiration rate, brain activity level and blood pressure level. Each telemeter has ...


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Theodore E Cadell, Donald B MacHattie: Finger receptor. CME Telemetrix, Daryl W Schnurr, July 4, 1995: US05429128 (140 worldwide citation)

A finger receptor is used with a non-invasive monitoring device to determine non-invasively the concentration of known constituents in blood or tissue. The receptor has a channel for receiving a finger of a user. The channel has a light entrance and a light exit so that light can be passed from a li ...


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Forbes J Burkowski, Marke S Krebs: Method of using signature subsets for indexing a textual database. Daryl W Schnurr, February 5, 1991: US04991087 (108 worldwide citation)

A method of operating a computer system to store and retrieve information in a database uses a signature file of the database that is divided into subsets. A word signature is mapped to a particular subset during creation of the file and the same mapping information is used to retrieve the informati ...


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Donald S Scott: Hydrogasification of biomass to produce high yields of methane. Daryl W Schnurr, April 18, 1989: US04822935 (73 worldwide citation)

A process for hydrogasification of biomass to produce high yields of methane utilizes a reactor capable of carrying out rapid pyrolysis. Biomass particles, hydrogen, particles of a suitable catalyst that has both cracking and hydrogenation activity, and heat are introduced into said reactor. Pyrolys ...


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Arthur Edward Dixon, Savuas Damaskinos: Apparatus and method for scanning laser imaging of macroscopic samples. Arthur Edward Dixon, Daryl W Schnurr, June 2, 1998: US05760951 (65 worldwide citation)

A confocal scanning beam optical imaging or mapping system for macroscopic samples is disclosed, in which an expanded laser beam passes through a scan system and a telecentric laser scan lens focuses the beam to a moving spot in the sample. Light reflected (or emitted) from the illuminated spot is c ...


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Arthur R Jones, John D Jones: Device for monitoring the process of toothbrushing. Daryl W Schnurr, January 5, 1988: US04716614 (63 worldwide citation)

A device for monitoring the process of toothbrushing has a handle that is electrically connected to signalling means. The handle has a neck and the neck is designed to consecutively receive various heads of toothbrushes. Removable and replaceable heads, with numerous bristles thereon, can be consecu ...


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Arthur E Dixon: Apparatus and method for transmitted-light and reflected-light imaging. Daryl W Schnurr, January 31, 1995: US05386112 (59 worldwide citation)

A new scanning optical microscope or mapping system for transmission, reflection and luminescence imaging is disclosed. A transmission arm collects light transmitted through the specimen and injects it back into the optical path of the microscope parallel with and coaxial with the reflected light be ...


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Janusz B Pawliszyn: Apparatus and method for delivering supercritical fluid. Daryl W Schnurr, August 24, 1993: US05237824 (54 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for delivering supercritical fluids uses one or two high pressure vessels. Each vessel is cooled below the critical temperature of the fluid while the vessel is being filled. The inlet is then closed and the vessel is heated to attain a predetermined pressure. The outlet of th ...


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Richard J Cameron, Wai Cheung Tang, Van Dokas: Folded single mode dielectric resonator filter with cross couplings between non-sequential adjacent resonators and cross diagonal couplings between non-sequential contiguous resonators. COM DEV, Daryl W Schnurr, March 4, 1997: US05608363 (53 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a single mode multi-cavity microwave filter that includes a housing formed with a plurality of walls which define at least two rows of side-by-side dielectric loaded cavities, wherein sequential cavities are coupled to one another via slots formed in the walls therebetween a ...



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