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Arthur E Schulze, Tommy G Cooper, Emil S Macha: Wireless internet bio-telemetry monitoring system and interface. i Medik, Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, May 17, 2005: US06893396 (419 worldwide citation)

A system and method for monitoring patient variables in a wireless manner via a patient worn monitoring device is disclosed. The patient monitoring device is wearable and connects to a variety of sensors with at least one microphone for voice communications. The device connects to a wireless network ...


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Arthur E Schulze, Tommy G Cooper: Single site, multi-variable patient monitor. BioSignals Co, Norman E Brunell, October 7, 1997: US05673692 (268 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for monitoring multiple physiological variables of a patient at a single site on the patient can be used to facilitate assessment of the patient's well being during medical surgery as well as during ambulatory monitoring, home monitoring, procedure monitoring and similar situations. The ...


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Arthur E Schulze, Tommy G Cooper, Emil S Macha: Wireless internet bio-telemetry monitoring system. i Medik, Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, September 3, 2002: US06443890 (242 worldwide citation)

A system and method for monitoring patient variables in a wireless mode via a patient worn monitoring devices. The patient worn monitoring device connects to a variety of bio-sensors with at least one microphone for voice communications. The pertinent worn device connects to a wireless network and t ...


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Arthur E Schulze, Tommy G Cooper: Earpiece with sensors to measure/monitor multiple physiological variables. I Medik, Roberts Abokhair & MArdula, April 29, 2003: US06556852 (138 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for positioning sensors relative to one another and anatomic features in a non-invasive device for measuring and monitoring multiple physiological variables from a single site uses an earpiece incorporating a shielded pulse oximetry sensor (POS) having a miniaturized set of L ...


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Peter McHenry, Arthur E Schulze: Method and apparatus for calibrating an optical probe. LifeSpex Incorporated, David H Carroll, May 11, 1999: US05902246 (36 worldwide citation)

An optical body cavity probe (110, 310, 1200, 1300) is provided with a disposable flexible comformable sheath (120) having an optical window (220), or a disposable rigid sheath (320, 1210, 1310) having an optical window (420). The electronic system includes optical sources for generating the illumin ...


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Arthur E Schulze, Tuan Bui, Clint Deckert: Apparatus and method for the accurate placement of biomedical sensors. Baxter International, Matthew J Gryzlo, Wallenstein & Wagner, January 9, 2001: US06173198 (27 worldwide citation)

A positioning device for the accurate placement of biomedical sensors. The positioning device has a template frame and one or more template arms. The template frame is able to be referenced to at least one anatomical site upon the human body, such as the sternal notch or the navel. Template arms ext ...


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Arthur E Schulze, Tommy G Cooper, Emil S Macha: Wireless internet bio-telemetry monitoring system and method. Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, October 4, 2001: US20010027384-A1

The patient worn monitoring device wirelessly monitors patient variables and connects to a variety of sensors with at least one microphone and speaker for voice communications. The patient-worn device connects to a wireless network and thence to the Internet for transmitting data to a Host for acces ...


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Arthur E Schulze, Tommy G Cooper, Emil S Macha: Wireless internet bio-telemetry monitoring system and interface. Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, February 14, 2002: US20020019584-A1

A system and method for monitoring patient variables in a wireless manner via a patient worn monitoring device is disclosed. The patient monitoring device is wearable and connects to a variety of sensors with at least one microphone for voice communications. The device connects to a wireless network ...


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Tuan Bui, Emil S Macha, Shan Padda, Arthur E Schulze, Thomas G Cooper, Clinton Deckert, Doron Levitas: Method and apparatus for providing patient care. Francis C Kowalik Esq, Corporate Counsel Law Department, September 26, 2002: US20020138017-A1

A patient management system includes a programmable patient monitor for monitoring and recording a plurality of physiological conditions of a patient, a plurality of physiological condition sensors and a communications unit. The plurality of patient monitoring sensors are electrically coupled to the ...


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Arthur E Schulze, Waneta C Tuttle: Apparatus and method for recording an electrocardiogram using non-obtrusive sensors. Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, March 6, 2003: US20030045787-A1

The present invention is to a method and apparatus to allow a portable patient data monitor to obtain an electrocardiogram (ECG) for transmission, such as over the Internet. A small electrical conductive patch is added to a sensor which is currently placed in the ear. This patch is used as a “dry” e ...



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