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Charles S Fox: Computer data and command entry device. May 3, 1994: US05309172 (22 worldwide citation)

A multiple speed computer control device for use in providing touch commands from a user, comprising a roller ball and a roller assembly supporting the roller ball, wherein the roller assembly responds to pressure applied to the roller ball so as to produce a control signal. The invention further pr ...


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Deborah J Durrell, Charles S Fox Jr, Stephanie L Rogers, Kris Kline: Computerized system and method for managing consumables and attachments. Cerner Innovation, Shook Hardy & Bacon L, June 28, 2011: US07967202 (9 worldwide citation)

A system method for determining whether a location on a patient's body is available for an attachment and/or consumable is provided. A patient identifier is received and the patient's electronic medical record is accessed. An interactive graphical representation of at least a portion of a human body ...


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Deborah J Durrell, Charles S Fox Jr, Stephanie L Rogers, Kris Kline: Computerized system and method for determining whether a consumable may be safely administered to a body site of a patient. Cerner Innovation, Shook Hardy & Bacon, March 24, 2009: US07506807 (4 worldwide citation)

A method and system in a computerized health care environment for determining whether a consumable may be safely administered to a body site of a patient is provided. A patient identifier to identify a patient and a consumable identifier identifying a consumable are received. A body site identifier ...


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Charles S Fox: Actuating shaft assembly. Walker & McKenzie, June 17, 1986: US04595233 (4 worldwide citation)

An actuating shaft assembly for use with recliner-type chairs including a footrest and a carriage assembly for moving the footrest between extended and retracted positions. The actuating shaft assembly includes a first shaft member coupled to the carriage assembly, a second shaft member telescopical ...


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Charles S Fox Jr, Deborah J Durrell, Kris Kline, Damon Herbst: Utilizing scanned supply information and a patient task list to document care. Cemer Innovation, Shook Hardy & Bacon L, April 6, 2010: US07690558 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and method in a computerized healthcare environment for determining whether one or more supply items are associated with one or more task items for a patient is provided. A patient identifier is received and patient data is accessed from the patient's electronic medical record. A scanned me ...


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Deborah J Durrell, Charles S Fox Jr, Stephanie L Rogers, Kris Kline: Computerized system and method for determining whether a location on a patients body is available for an attachment. Cerner Innovation, Shook Hardy & Bacon, November 2, 2010: US07823767 (1 worldwide citation)

A system method for determining whether a location on a patient's body is available for an attachment is provided. A patient identifier is received and the patient's electronic medical record is accessed. An interactive graphical representation of at least a portion of a human body is displayed. A s ...


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Deborah J Durrell, Charles S Fox Jr, Stephanie L Rogers, Kris Kline: Computerized system and method for processing a number of attachments associated with a patient. Cerner Innovations, Shook Hardy & Bacon, August 11, 2009: US07571851

A method and system in a computerized health care environment for determining whether an attachment may be safely attached to a body site of a patient is provided. A patient identifier is received and the patient's electronic medical record is accessed. An attachment identifier is received and data ...


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Deborah J Durrell, Charles S Fox, Stephanie L Rogers, Kris Kline: Computerized system and method for determining whether a location on a patients body is available for an attachment. Cerner Innovation, Shook Hardy & Bacon, August 16, 2007: US20070187476-A1

A system method for determining whether a location on a patient's body is available for an attachment is provided. A patient identifier is received and the patient's electronic medical record is accessed. An interactive graphical representation of at least a portion of a human body is displayed. A s ...


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Deborah J Durrell, Charles S Fox, Stephanie L Rogers, Kris Kline: Computerized system and method for determining whether a consumable may be safely administered to a body site of a patient. Cerner Innovation, Shook Hardy & Bacon, August 16, 2007: US20070187477-A1

A method and system in a computerized health care environment for determining whether a consumable may be safely administered to a body site of a patient is provided. A patient identifier to identify a patient and a consumable identifier identifying a consumable are received. A body site identifier ...