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Muhidin A Lelic, Thomas Corti, Oduwa Osagiede, Kenneth M Swanson, John R Devine, Mike McCarron, Bryan Mills: Oxygen measuring apparatuses. UTC Fire & Security Corporation, Cantor Colburn, September 23, 2014: US08839746 (3 worldwide citation)

An oxygen measuring apparatus (500) includes an inlet pipe (506) having a first end and a second end, an oxygen sensor (511) arranged inside the inlet pipe (506) between the first end of the inlet pipe and the second end of the inlet pipe, the oxygen sensor (511) having a communication medium (515) ...


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Desmond Bryan Mills, Kevin Herbert: Defibrillator. Desmond Bryan Mills, Stephen Colin Brown, Malcolm Bradley Mills, Young & Thompson, October 2, 2007: US07277753 (2 worldwide citation)

A defibrillator incorporates an analyser (2) arranged to receive signals from a patient's heart (such as from electrode pads (6) placed on the patient's chest). A charging circuit (4) enables the electrodes (6) to deliver a charge from the charging circuit to the patient. The analyser is arranged to ...


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Desmond Bryan Mills, Kevin Herbert: Contact electrode. The Dezac Group, Young & Thompson, June 1, 2010: US07729784

An electrode generally comprises a body, which makes up the electrode and which is formed as a thin flexible polymeric substance such as urethane foam. The electrode body includes a central inner conductive area, which is associated with a first electrode connector. Around the inner conductive area ...


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Desmond Bryan Mills, Kevin Herbert: Contact electrode. Young & Thompson, October 7, 2004: US20040199237-A1

An electrode generally comprises a body, which makes up the electrode and which is formed as a thin flexible polymeric substance such as urethane foam. The electrode body includes a central inner conductive area, which is associated with a first electrode connector. Around the inner conductive area ...


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Desmond Bryan Mills, Kevin Herbert: Defibrillator. Young & Thompson, December 9, 2004: US20040249418-A1

A defibrillator incorporates an analyser (2) arranged to receive signals from a patient's heart (such as from electrode pads (6) placed on the patient's chest). A charging circuit (4) enables the electrodes (6) to deliver a charge from the charging circuit to the patient. The analyser is arranged to ...


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Desmond Bryan Mills, Kevin Herbert: Self test system for a medical device. IKA Medical Products, Young & Thompson, September 28, 2006: US20060217775-A1

A self test system for a medical device the medical device being arranged to send information concerning components of the medical device to an indicator which can show the status of the components when tested, characterised in that the self test system includes one or more self test units which can ...


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