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James E Leslie, Everett D Anderson: Ambulatory infusion pump having programmable parameters. Cardiac Pacemakers, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Douglas L Tschida, July 16, 1985: US04529401 (436 worldwide citation)

A portable infusion pump for controllably supplying a programmed volume of medicant to a patient. The apparatus generally comprises a small, portable container having a keyboard for programming the mode of operation and operating parameters, whereby a microprocessor controls the pump in the various ...


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Robert A Van Tassel, Mark A Rydell, Gilmore T Schjeldahl: Catheter with soft deformable tip. Angiomedics Corporation, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Douglas L Tschida, July 30, 1985: US04531943 (284 worldwide citation)

A catheter for insertion in a body orifice or blood vessel comprising an elongated tubular body with a soft, symmetrically deformable member on the distal end thereof for decreasing the likelihood of injury to body tissue upon the insertion and removal thereof. In one embodiment, the tip member comp ...


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Brian P Brockway, Robert D Dreher, Daniel E Huntwork, Brock S Lindstedt, Douglas C Morrison, Perry A Mills: Programmable multi-mode cardiac pacemaker. Cardiac Pacemakers, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Douglas L Tschida, January 7, 1986: US04562841 (256 worldwide citation)

A programmable cardiac pacemaker that is selectively programmable via a radio frequency communications link into one of a plurality of a single and dual chamber pacing modes. Depending upon the mode selected, an associated plurality of pacing parameters may be programmed, each within a predetermined ...


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Paul K Severson: Micro-programmable security system. Interactive Technologies, Douglas L Tschida, August 21, 1990: US04951029 (219 worldwide citation)

A security alarm network including a plurality of microprocessor-based, subscriber system controllers, wherein each controller is capable of responding to a plurality of distributed wireless and hardwired sensors/transducers and is programmable via user, central station and installer-entered system ...


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Robert E Brunius: Learn mode transmitter. Interactive Technologies, Douglas L Tschida, August 8, 1989: US04855713 (157 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus in a security system whereby a central processing unit self learns the identities of its distributed wireless keypad and alarm transmitters. Each transmitter includes an electrically eraseable memory containing signal conditioning data and a pseudo randomly programmed identifi ...


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Kenneth W Dunlap: Hypodermic jet injector. Derata Corporation, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Douglas L Tschida, March 26, 1985: US04507113 (108 worldwide citation)

An improved hypodermic jet injector system in which specifically designed adapters are used for joining conventional medicament supply vials to the hypodermic jet injector during the filling of the medicament chamber thereof whereby the valving structure may be greatly simplified and the ready subst ...


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Robert E Brunius, Jon R Nelson, William W Williamson: Security system with programmable sensor and user data input transmitters. Interactive Technologies, Douglas L Tschida, April 12, 1988: US04737770 (101 worldwide citation)

A family of serially programmable integrated circuit transmitters for use in various sensor and user data input transmitters of a short-range radio frequency linked security system. Each transmitter transmits two bits of data for each data frame of a pulse position encoded message format with multip ...


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Stephen T Anderson, Catherine A Anderson, Terrance J Kapsen: Cardiopulmonary exercise system. Medical Graphics Corporation, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Douglas L Tschida, August 7, 1984: US04463764 (93 worldwide citation)

A cardiopulmonary exercise system for real-time, breath-by-breath acquisition, analysis, display and printing of an individual's physiologic parameters. A microprocessor based waveform analyzer receives inputs from a CO.sub.2 analyzer, an ECG monitor, an O.sub.2 analyzer, and a pneumotachograph, and ...


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Nathaniel Calvert: Liquid-cushioned outerwear. In Motion, Douglas L Tschida, August 7, 1990: US04945571 (81 worldwide citation)

Clothing items including at least one sewn-in liquid cushioned bladder conforming to one or more pressure points experiencing friction or repeated shocks. Distributed through vents and sealed islands define one or more endless channelways to facilitate moisture transfer and assure even liquid distri ...


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Fred E Ashbaugh, Ordean S Anderson, Donald E Anderson, Ramakrishna A Nair, Michael J Riebel: Electromagnetic antenna collimator. Innova, Douglas L Tschida, November 24, 1992: US05166698 (78 worldwide citation)

A dielectric inset mountable within a conical horn antenna for focusing an impinging electromagnetic wave front as a planar wave front at an attached wave guide. In one construction a homogeneous inset having an ellipsoidal forward surface and conical aft surface is fitted into a double flared conic ...



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