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Geoffrey R Mathews: Pulse responsive device. Edwin D Schindler, July 11, 1995: US05431170 (642 worldwide citation)

A pulse responsive device, for example, a pulse rate meter or pulse oximetry device, is disclosed, which includes a light emitter and a light sensor for receiving light from the emitter after transmission through, or reflection from, body tissue to give an electrical signal varying according to bloo ...


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Christopher Russell Byrne: Method for playing a gambling game. Edwin D Schindler, January 8, 2002: US06336862 (257 worldwide citation)

In a gambling game a collateral gambling game which can be won by players on at least one specific event occurring in the principal game, the collateral game being separate from the principal game but one when any of the possible winning events occur in the principal game, the payment to the player ...


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Christopher Russell Byrne: Method for playing a gambling game. Edwin D Schindler, November 3, 1998: US05830063 (191 worldwide citation)

In a gambling game a collateral gambling game which can be won by players on at least one specific event occurring in the principal game, the collateral game being separate from the principal game but one when any of the possible winning events occur in the principal game, the payment to the player ...


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Ronald Charles Hibberd: Support arm for visual display unit. Claiteal, Edwin D Schindler, April 29, 2003: US06554238 (155 worldwide citation)

A mounting arrangement for a planar visual display unit includes a support base, which can be fixed to a support surface, spacer tubes for elevating a pivotable base above the support surface and an arm fixed to the base through a hinge pin and an air spring. The arm supports a shaped channel plate ...


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Christopher Russell Byrne: Super keno. Edwin D Schindler, July 30, 2002: US06425823 (153 worldwide citation)

In a gambling game a collateral gambling game which can be won by players on at least one specific event occurring in the principal game, the collateral game being separate from the principal game but one when any of the possible winning events occur in the principal game, the payment to the player ...


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Dawood Parker, David Keith Harrison: Apparatus for measurement of blood analytes. Edwards Lifesciences, Edwin D Schindler, Debra Condino, Theodore Lopez, January 24, 2006: US06990365 (135 worldwide citation)

There is described a device for the non-invasive measurement of one or more analytes in blood in a patient's body part which comprises a light transmitter comprising a plurality of transmitting fibres positioned to transmit light to the body part and a light detector comprising a plurality of light ...


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Murray McDonald: Sensors for robotic devices. Edwin D Schindler, February 14, 2006: US06999850 (131 worldwide citation)

A robotic device having a body with an upper surface resiliently connected to a lower surface and having a bump sensor including a contact point on the lower surface, which contact pint is in its normal position when centrally located within a sensor device, which is an aperture having a conducting ...


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Dawood Parker: Optical device. Edwards Lifesciences, Edwin D Schindler, Debra Condino, Theodore Lopez, January 11, 2005: US06842635 (112 worldwide citation)

There is described a sensor device which comprises light source means for emitting a light beam, photodetector means for receiving the light beam after passing through or being reflected within living tissue and arranged to provide signals corresponding to the intensities of the respective wavelengt ...


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Thomas Heinl: Set of surgical instruments for joining bone fragments. Edwin D Schindler, February 27, 1990: US04903691 (112 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns a set of surgical instruments for joining bone fragments (osteosynthesis) by screw fastening, especially in the case of cranial, facial, vertebral or hand fractures, comprising several plates of different shapes and curvatures and with holes and/or several screws and/or a scr ...


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Heinz Egolf, Werner Tress, Dieter Widmer: Helmet with adjustable safety strap. Heinz Egolf, Edwin D Schindler, July 10, 2001: US06256798 (97 worldwide citation)

A helmet with an adjustable safety strap. The length of the strap used for securing the helmet can be adjusted by the wearer continuously, or progressively in stages of 1.5 mm, and fixed or released in any of the positions with only one hand, by way of a turn-lock fastener. The turn-lock fastener is ...



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