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Brent Parker: Reusable pulse oximeter probe and disposable bandage apparatus. Sensidyne, Jim Zegeer, November 7, 2000: US06144868 (489 worldwide citation)

A reusable pulse oximeter and disposable bandage apparatus and method which includes a reusable oximeter probe assembly with at least one light emitting diode, one photocell detector, each of which is enclosed in first and second plastic housings, respectively. A generally planar bandage strip havin ...


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Brent Parker: Reusable pulse oximeter probe and disposable bandage apparatus. Sensidyne, Jim Zegeer, January 29, 2002: US06343224 (489 worldwide citation)

A reusable pulse oximeter sensor and disposable bandage apparatus includes: a) a reusable pulse oximeter probe assembly with at least one light-emitting diode and one photocell detector wherein the detector and emitter are enclosed in plastic housings one housing having an aperture or radiation tran ...


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Brent Parker: Reusable pulse oximeter probe with disposable liner. Sensidyne, Jim Zegeer, November 20, 2001: US06321100 (482 worldwide citation)

A reusable pulse oximeter sensor and disposable liner, comprising (a) a reusable pulse oximeter probe assembly including at least one light emitting diode and one photocell detector wherein said detector and emitter are mounted in plastic finger clip housing arms; and (b) at least one disposable foa ...


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Brent Parker: Reusable pulse oximeter probe and disposable bandage apparatus. Sensidyne, Jim Zegeer, May 11, 2004: US06735459 (482 worldwide citation)

Pulse oximeter apparatus and method comprising a reusable pulse oximeter probe and a disposable bandage. The bandage has receptacles for receiving and aligning the oximeter's light emitting diode and photocell detector.


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Brent Parker: Reusable pulse oximeter probe and disposable bandage apparatus. Sensidyne, Jim Zegeer, February 11, 2003: US06519487 (481 worldwide citation)

Pulse oximeter apparatus and method comprising a reusable pulse oximeter probe and a disposable bandage. The bandage has receptacles for receiving and aligning the oximeter's light emitting diode and photocell detector.


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Brent Parker: Reusable pulse oximeter probe and disposable bandage method. Sensidyne, Jim Zegeer, January 27, 2004: US06684091 (477 worldwide citation)

A method of facilitating the intra-departmental or inter-institutional transport of a patient or patients requiring the pulse oximeter monitoring, and wherein the pulse oximeters used for monitoring the patient may be of different manufacturers, comprising affixing to the patient a bandage apparatus ...


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Brent Parker: Universal modular pulse oximeter probe for use with reusable and disposable patient attachment devices. Sensidyne, Jim Zegeer, April 13, 2004: US06721585 (470 worldwide citation)

A system and method of standardizing modular probe housings so that the standardized probe housings may be incorporated into probes adapted to work with at least one of a multiplicity of manufacturers' oximeters. The probe housings are adapted to matingly engage at least a disposable bandage ap ...


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William Pepper Jr: Touch panel system and method. Peptek Incorporated, Jim Zegeer, October 6, 1981: US04293734 (326 worldwide citation)

A general method is disclosed for accurately determining the location or position of a source or sink of electric current on the surface of a resistance element or impedance layer. Touch panels are described that detect the presence of a user's finger on such surface, and produce output signals corr ...


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Leonard Schuchman, Ronald Bruno, Robert Rennard, Charles Moses: Hybrid GPS/data line unit for rapid, precise, and robust position determination. Stanford Telecommunications, Jim Zegeer, November 15, 1994: US05365450 (270 worldwide citation)

A global positioning system (GPS) in which a plurality earth orbiting satellites transmit position information to mobile radio stations on earth, is provided with a separate source satellite position data broadcast digital channels and one or more dial-up service separate communication channels (sel ...


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John A Dorr: Restaurant management information and control method and apparatus. Xecutek Corporation, Jim Zegeer, July 16, 1985: US04530067 (257 worldwide citation)

A method and the apparatus for management information and control for restaurants is disclosed. The apparatus includes a plurality of remote units carried by waiters. The remote units are provided with a keyboard, a display and a memory. The remote units may simply be radio frequency transmitters ca ...