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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Marjama & Bilinski, October 2, 2007: US07276025 (84 worldwide citation)

An adapter for permitting a medical diagnostic instrument having an illumination source including at least one LED (light emitting diode) to be used with a power supply normally configured for use with a diagnostic instrument having at least one incandescent lamp as an illumination source. The adapt ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using replaceable LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, December 2, 2008: US07458934 (12 worldwide citation)

An LED for use with a medical diagnostic instrument having an adapter disposed between an instrument head and a hand-grippable handle, the LED being removably attachable in relation to the adapter in order to permit selective replacement of the LED, as needed. The LED is situated in order to provide ...


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Timothy D Russell, Curtis E Scott, Charles N Stewart, Ranajit K Datta, Mary S Kaliszewski, Paul G Mathews: Protective metal silicate coating for a metal halide arc discharge lamp. General Electric Company, Edward M Corcoran, Stanley C Corwin, February 28, 1995: US05394057 (9 worldwide citation)

An arc tube of fused silica for a metal halide arc discharge lamp including a fill for the arc tube comprised of a sodium halide, at least one additional metal halide, and an inert starting gas, the arc tube including a tube of fused silica having an inner wall defining an arc chamber, the inner wal ...


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Timothy D Russell, Carl H Hess, Paul G Hlahol, Charles N Stewart: Reprographic metal halide lamps having long life and maintenance. General Electric Company, Edward M Corcoran, Stanley C Corwin, Fred Jacob, May 7, 1991: US05013968 (9 worldwide citation)

Metal halide vapor arc lamps for reprographic and projection processes emitting in the blue, green and red bands with excellent primary color separation and having long life and lumen maintenance contain mercury, zinc, indium, lithium, thallium, a halogen and a rare earth metal such as lanthanum, sc ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, March 18, 2014: USRE044806

An adapter for permitting a medical diagnostic instrument having an illumination source including at least one LED (light emitting diode) to be used with a power supply normally configured for use with a diagnostic instrument having at least one incandescent lamp as an illumination source. The adapt ...


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Fred Sterzer, Daniel D Mawhinney, Laleh Rabieirad, David E Quinn, John A Lane, Matthew D Mullin, Charles N Stewart: Handheld medical microwave radiometer. Welch Allyn, May 21, 2013: US08447385

A microwave handheld radiometer for measuring subsurface tissue temperature of a subject includes a microwave antenna disposed relative to a handheld radiometer housing and adapted to electromagnetically couple to a skin surface of a subject, a circulator having a first circulator input and a second ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using leds as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, September 23, 2004: US20040183482-A1

An adapter for permitting a medical diagnostic instrument having an illumination source including at least one LED (light emitting diode) to be used with a power supply normally configured for use with a diagnostic instrument having at least one incandescent lamp as an illumination source. The adapt ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using replaceable LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Marjama & Bilinski, September 20, 2007: US20070219417-A1

An LED for use with a medical diagnostic instrument having an adapter disposed between an instrument head and a hand-grippable handle, the LED being removably attachable in relation to the adapter in order to permit selective replacement of the LED, as needed. The LED is situated in order to provide ...


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Andrew J Kugler, Charles N Stewart, John A Lane, Alisa Jean Robinson, Suzanne Abate Gunter, Udaya Patnaik, Michael D Smith, Lucas C McCann, Ashley Elizabeth Tudor, Isabel P O Meara: Stethoscopic assembly with record/playback feature. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, November 26, 2009: US20090290719-A1

A stethoscopic assembly includes a stethoscope having a chest piece interconnected to at least one earpiece, the chest piece having an acoustical sensor enabling patient sounds to be heard through the at least one earpiece. A microprocessor connected to the acoustical sensor of the stethoscope inclu ...


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Fred Sterzer, Daniel D Mawhinney, Laleh Rabieirad, David E Quinn, John A Lane, Matthew D Mullin, Charles N Stewart: Handheld medical microwave radiometer. Welch Allyn, February 2, 2012: US20120029359-A1

A microwave handheld radiometer for measuring subsurface tissue temperature of a subject includes a microwave antenna disposed relative to a handheld radiometer housing and adapted to electromagnetically couple to a skin surface of a subject, a circulator having a first circulator input and a second ...