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Bruce A Kehr: Method of and apparatus for monitoring the management of disease. InforMedix, William D Hall, July 1, 1997: US05642731 (224 worldwide citation)

The present invention monitors the disease process and health of a patient undergoing drug treatment. A microprocessor-based medication dispenser provides for recording a variety of clinical information data; such as illness symptoms, side effects, general health ratings, adverse drug interactions, ...


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Bruce A Kehr, Evan Sohn, David Maurer, Irwin D Baumel, David S Stempler: Method, apparatus and operating system for managing the administration of medication and medical treatment regimens. Informedix, McDermott Will & Emery, September 21, 1999: US05954641 (213 worldwide citation)

A medical monitoring device, operating system, and method is provided for managing administration of medical treatment regimens for treating a patient's medical conditions. The device stores medication schedule data, treatment data, patient query data, and patient response data. The device includes ...


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Bruce A Kehr, David Lerner, Richard D Demenus, Michael J Edl: Electronic medication dispensing method. Bruce A Kehr, William D Hall, April 6, 1993: US05200891 (127 worldwide citation)

A device for monitoring medication of a patient and for prompting the patient into certain medication taking schedule and/or certain programming steps and routines. The device has a plurality of compartments, each of which may store medication and an electrical signaling system to emit medication al ...


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Bruce A Kehr, Albert L Hedrich: Method of and apparatus for alerting a patient to take medication. Hall Myers & Rose, August 30, 1988: US04768177 (115 worldwide citation)

A device for indicating when medication should be taken has plural compartments, each of which may store medication. An electrical signaling system emits take-medication signals from time to time, each of which said signals indicates (a) that medication should be taken, (b) from which compartment th ...


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Bruce A Kehr, Albert L Hedrich: Apparatus for alerting a patient to take medication. Hall Myers & Rose, August 30, 1988: US04768176 (111 worldwide citation)

A container for medication has four compartments, each of which may store medication. An electrical signaling system emits take-medication signals from time to time, each of which said signals indicates (a) that medication should be taken, (b) from which compartment the medication should be taken, ( ...


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Bruce A Kehr, David Lerner, Richard D Demenus, Michael J Edl: Electronic medication monitoring and dispensing method. InforMedix, William D Hall, May 12, 1998: US05752235 (89 worldwide citation)

A device for monitoring medication of a patient and for prompting the patient into certain medication taking schedule and/or certain programming steps and routines. The device has a plurality of compartments, each of which may store medication, and an electrical signaling system to emit medication a ...


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Bruce A Kehr, Evan Sohn, Davin Stowell, James E Starnes, David Maurer, Dean Chapman, David Farrage: Variable capacity medication container and labeling system for medical monitoring device. Informedix, McDermott Will & Emery, August 15, 2000: US06102855 (73 worldwide citation)

A medical monitoring device, operating system, and method is provided for managing administration of medical treatment regimens for treating a patient's medical conditions. The device stores medication schedule data, treatment data, patient query data, and patient response data. The device includes ...


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Bruce A Kehr, Evan Sohn, James E Starnes, David Maurer, Irwin D Baumel, David S Stempler: Method, apparatus and operating system for managing the administration of medication and medical treatment regimens. Informedix, McDermott Will & Emery, July 11, 2000: US06085752 (54 worldwide citation)

A medical monitoring device, operating system, and method is provided for managing administration of medical treatment regimens for treating a patient's medical conditions. The device stores medication schedule data, treatment data, patient query data, and patient response data. The device includes ...


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Bruce A Kehr, Robert H Benson: Method, system and computer program product for internet-enabled, patient monitoring system. Robert H BENSON, Informedix, February 20, 2003: US20030036683-A1

The present invention describes methods and apparatus useful in remotely modifying medical protocols by subgroups that are defined by specific database characteristics. In addition individual patient protocols may also be remotely modified. The method has application in medical databases containing ...