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Charles L Davis, Paul V Long: Real time ambulatory patient monitor. Charles L Davis, Marger Johnson McCollom & Stolowitz P C, August 13, 1996: US05544661 (519 worldwide citation)

A patient monitoring system which includes a portable device and a central station. The portable device includes an ECG and a photo-plethysmograph connected to the patient; arrhythmia analysis apparatus; an expert system for determining if a pre-established critical parameter set has been exceeded; ...


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G Merle Bachmann, Charles L Davis, Annis R Morgan Jr: Vending machine display panel with utility module therein. The Coca Cola Company, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, June 19, 1984: US04454670 (147 worldwide citation)

A display panel for a vending machine including the capability of adding promotions, advertising, and special equipment such as electronic and video games to the existing vending machine. A utility module for containing one of these devices is located on the display panel of the vending machine and ...


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Thomas J Dorsett, Charles L Davis: Method of artifact rejection for noninvasive blood-pressure measurement by prediction and adjustment of blood-pressure data. Protocol Systems, Kolisch Hartwell & Dickinson, August 21, 1990: US04949710 (90 worldwide citation)

For use in performing non-invasive blood-pressure measurement (NIBP), an artifact rejection method for predicting expected data values from acquired data, and for adjusting previously acquired data based on the relationship of actually measured data values to their corresponding predicted values. Th ...


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John G Pumphrey, Benton A Durley III, Paul E Garrett, Edward G Pumphrey, Charles L Davis, Frederic L Clark, Lawrence Spritzer: Apparatus for measuring electrolytes utilizing optical signals related to the concentration of the electrolytes. Abbott Laboratories, John W Cornell, Daniel W Collins, Richard D Schmidt, March 19, 1991: US05001417 (72 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for measuring electrolyte concentrations in fluid samples. The apparatus includes an ion selective electrode having a plurality of ion selective detection sites. Each site has an affinity for a preselected electrolyte of interest and generates a potential having a magnitude related to the ...


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Charles L Davis: Electronic data storage and retrieval apparatus and method. Abbott Laboratories, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, July 10, 1990: US04941201 (65 worldwide citation)

An electronic data storage, transmission and retrieval apparatus and method wherein a combination power and data signal is received by a preferably portable and miniature data storage means which in turn modulates the combination signal in acordance with available data signals. Substantially simulta ...


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Craig H Nelson, Thomas J Dorsett, Charles L Davis: Method for noninvasive blood-pressure measurement by evaluation of waveform-specific area data. Protocol Systems, Kolisch Hartwell & Dickinson, December 26, 1989: US04889133 (50 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor-controlled, oscillometric method for determining a patient's systolic, diastolic, and mean arterial pressure, practiced in a system comprising an inflatable, occluding cuff, a pump and a valve coupled to the cuff, and monitoring apparatus coupled to the cuff adapted to measure cuff ...


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Tak M Cheung, Charles L Davis, Jack E Prince: Process for making lightweight polyester articles. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, January 1, 1991: US04981631 (42 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for making a lightweight article which involves the steps of: (1) feeding a thermoplastic resin composition into an extruder, wherein the thermoplastic resin composition contains (a) from about 94 to about 99 weight percent polyethylene terephthalate, and (b) from ...


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Walter H Wiley III, Charles D Aaron Jr, Russell L Carlson, Charles L Davis III, Ronald A Marmol: Fluid damper for thrust bearing. United Technologies Corporation, Norman Friedland, August 28, 1990: US04952076 (40 worldwide citation)

A film squeeze damper for a thrust bearing includes a plurality of curved beam segments each having a fluid chamber adjacent the support housing and mounted end to end to surround the thrust bearing. Side mounted nibs transmit the thrust load from a radial dependent member of the outer race to the s ...


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Charles L Davis, G Merle Bachman: Transparent refrigerator doors with frosted product logo thereon. The Coca Cola Company, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, May 22, 1984: US04449761 (37 worldwide citation)

A frosted logo is provided on the transparent surface of a door panel of a display type refrigeration unit. The logo is positioned such that is appears to be superimposed over the products within the unit thus conveying the effect of coolness associated with the product stored therein. The frost log ...


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G Merle Bachmann, Charles L Davis, Annis R Morgan Jr: Display panel for vending machines. The Coca Cola Company, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, November 12, 1985: US04551935 (27 worldwide citation)

A display panel is provided for the major obverse face of a vending machine in which contrasting panels provide the suggestion of a container of primary product in combination with a vending control array presenting that primary product in dominance of a plurality of secondary products to be vended ...