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Joseph H Schulman, Orville R Rule III, David I Whitmoyer, Ronald J Lebel, Joseph Y Lucisano, Alfred E Mann: Glucose monitoring system. Alfred E Mann Foundation For Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 12, 1996: US05497772 (931 worldwide citation)

A glucose monitoring system continuously measures the glucose concentration in a patient's blood, provides an indication of the rate of change of such concentration, and determines whether the measured concentration and rate of change are within certain preset limits. If not, an audible and/or visua ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Ronald J Lebel, Joseph Y Lucisano, Alfred E Mann, Orville Rey Rule III, David I Whitmoyer: Patient monitoring system. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 11, 1998: US05791344 (889 worldwide citation)

A patient monitoring system measures the concentration of a particular substance in a patient's tissue, blood, or other bodily fluids, provides an indication of the rate of change of such concentration, and determines whether the measured concentration and rate of change are within certain preset li ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Orville Rey Rule III, David I Whitmoyer, Ronald J Lebel, Joseph Y Lucisano, Alfred E Mann: Glucose sensor assembly. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 26, 1997: US05660163 (779 worldwide citation)

A glucose monitoring system continuously measures the glucose concentration in a patient's blood, provides an indication of the rate of change of such concentration, and determines whether the measured concentration and rate of change are within certain preset limits. If not, an audible and/or visua ...


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Harry P Weinrib: Catheter with coiled tip. Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, November 17, 1987: US04706671 (538 worldwide citation)

A catheter is provided with a coil section at the distal end which is stretched initially into a generally linear insertion position for moving inwardly a vessel, such as a blood vessel, to an operative location at which the coil section is re-formed with a larger diameter, preferably in the form of ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Primoz Strojnik, Paul Meadows: Implantable microdevice with self-attaching electrodes. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, October 25, 1994: US05358514 (504 worldwide citation)

An implantable microminiature stimulator and/or sensor (microdevice) is housed within a sealed housing that includes all the requisite electronic circuitry for inductively receiving power and control signals to sense of biopotential or other biomedical signals and/or to generate electrical stimulati ...


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Gary T Carroll, George J Pilmanis, Vincent D Stinton: Adaptable electronic monitoring and identification system. B I Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 28, 1990: US04952928 (477 worldwide citation)

A personnel monitoring system includes a transmitting or transponding unit that is worn or carried by the individual being monitored. This transmitting or transponder unit periodically, or upon request, transmits a uniquely encoded signal that identifies the person being monitored, as well as inform ...


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Peer M Portner, Jal S Jassawalla: Implantable infusion device. Andros Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin Flannery & Welsh, November 23, 1982: US04360019 (463 worldwide citation)

An infusion system is disclosed for delivering precisely regulated and variable dosages of drugs. The device includes a reservoir for containing the drug, a catheter for delivering drug to the body, and actuating means responsive to a signal applied externally of the body for initiating delivery of ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Gerald E Loeb, John C Gord, Primoz Strojnik: Implantable microstimulator. Alfred E Mann Foundation For Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 28, 1994: US05324316 (458 worldwide citation)

An addressable, implantable microstimulator is substantially encapsulated within a hermetically-sealed housing inert to body fluids, and of a size and shape capable of implantation in a living body, by expulsion through a hypodermic needle. Power and information for operating the microstimulator is ...


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Robin Haley Gustin, Troy W Livingston, Namsoo Park: Automated document cashing system. Capital Security Systems, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, April 27, 1999: US05897625 (416 worldwide citation)

An automated document cashing system includes a reader for capturing an image of a negotiable instrument and recognizing the authorized signature as well as the amount written thereon. The system then can transfer monies in the amount of the instrument to a savings account, a checking account, a sma ...


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William L Ferguson, Mark H Wallis: In-store universal control system. Comark Technologies, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, October 26, 1993: US05256863 (402 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system for automating data acquisition and processing at a checkstand point-of-sale in a retail outlet. Preferred embodiments include a first local area network of POS terminals for initiating merchandise purchase transactions. All of the purchase transactions in t ...



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