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John A Bobey, Gregory W Branson, Colin Clarke, Rachel Hopkins King, David Lokhorst, Eric R Meyer, Jonathan H Mueller, Todd P O Neal, Robert Petrosenko, Stephen R Schulte, Andrew F Skinner, Michael Z Sleva, Sohrab Soltani, Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Mayur Yermaneni: Patient support. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, April 20, 2010: US07698765 (30 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes certain exemplary embodiments of a patient support having a plurality of vertically-oriented or substantially can-shaped inflatable bladders. In one embodiment, the patient support includes a plurality of pressure sensors positioned underneath the bladders. In another embod ...


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John A Bobey, Gregory W Branson, Colin Clarke, Rachel Hopkins King, David Lokhorst, Eric R Meyer, Jonathan H Mueller, Todd P O Neal, Robert Petrosenko, Stephen R Schulte, Andrew F Skinner, Michael Z Sleva, Sohrab Soltani, Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Mayur Yermaneni: Patient support. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, April 3, 2012: US08146191 (22 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes a mattress having a plurality of vertically-oriented inflatable bladders and a pneumatic box located inside the mattress. In one embodiment, the patient support includes a plurality of pressure sensors positioned underneath the bladders. In still another embodiment, the pat ...


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Andrew F Skinner, Colin Clarke, Michael Z Sleva, Richard B Stacy, Robert Petrosenko, John A Bobey, Jonathan H Mueller, Sohrab Soltani, David Lokhorst, Mayur Yermaneni, Daniel Stevens, Gregory W Branson: Patient support having real time pressure control. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, February 8, 2011: US07883478 (13 worldwide citation)

A patient support having real time pressure control. The patient support includes a plurality of sensors located beneath a bladder including a plurality of upright cylindrical elements. The pressure within the bladder is controlled based on the pressure or force sensed by the plurality of sensors.


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David M Lokhorst, Colin Clarke: Body support apparatus having automatic pressure control and related methods. Nitta Corporation, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, March 30, 2010: US07685658 (10 worldwide citation)

A body support such as a cushion, mattress, chair or the like has at least one inflatable air chamber. A pressure sensor senses interface pressures at different locations on a surface of the air chamber. Indicators derived from the interface pressures indicate the onset of a trend toward bottoming o ...


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Ross Colin Clarke: Management system for refrigerated containers. APM TERMINALS MANAGEMENT, Brinks Gilson & Lione, September 19, 2017: US09766600

A system for and a method of supplying electrical power to a plurality of refrigerated containers. The method includes obtaining carriage criteria of one or more refrigerated containers, processing the carriage criteria in a central processor configured to control power supply to a plurality of refr ...


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John A Bobey, James Balaton, Gregory W Branson, Colin Clarke, Rachel Hopkins King, David Lokhorst, Eric R Meyer, Jonathan H Mueller, Todd P O Neal, Robert Petrosenko, Stephen R Schulte, Andrew F Skinner, Michael Z Sleva, Sohrab Soltani, Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Mayur Yermaneni: Patient support. Intellectual Property Group, Bose McKinney & Evans, October 11, 2007: US20070235036-A1

This disclosure describes certain exemplary embodiments of a patient support having a plurality of vertically-oriented on substantially can-shaped inflatable bladders. In one embodiment, the patient support includes a plurality of pressure sensors positioned underneath the bladders. In another embod ...


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David M Lokhorst, Colin Clarke: Body Support Apparatus Having Automatic Pressure Control and Related Methods. Tactex Controls, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, January 10, 2008: US20080005843-A1

A body support such as a cushion, mattress, chair or the like has at least one inflatable air chamber. A pressure sensor senses interface pressures at different locations on a surface of the air chamber. Indicators derived from the interface pressures indicate the onset of a trend toward bottoming o ...


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John A Bobey, Gregory W Branson, Colin Clarke, Rachel Hopkins, David Lokhorst, Eric R Meyer, Jonathan H Mueller, Todd P O Neal, Robert Petrosenko, Stephen R Schulte, Andrew F Skinner, Michael Z Sleva, Sohrab Soltani, Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Mayur Yermaneni: Patient support. Bose McKinney & Evans, June 1, 2006: US20060112489-A1

This disclosure describes certain exemplary embodiments of a patient support having a plurality of vertically-oriented on substantially can-shaped inflatable bladders. In one embodiment, the patient support includes a plurality of pressure sensors positioned underneath the bladders. In another embod ...


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Andrew F Skinner, Colin Clarke, Michael Z Sleva, Richard B Stacy, Robert Petrosenko, John A Bobey, Jonathan H Mueller, Sohrab Soltani, David Lokhorst, Mayur Yermaneni, Daniel Stevens, Gregory W Branson: Patient support having real time pressure control. Intellectual Property Group, Bose McKinney & Evans, April 13, 2006: US20060075559-A1

A patient support having real time pressure control. The patient support includes a plurality of sensors located beneath a bladder including a plurality of upright cylindrical elements. The pressure within the bladder is controlled based on the pressure or force sensed by the plurality of sensors.


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John A Bobey, Gregory W Branson, Colin Clarke, Rachel Hopkins King, David Lokhorst, Eric R Meyer, Jonathan H Mueller, Todd P O Neal, Robert Petrosenko, Stephen R Schulte, Andrew F Skinner, Michael Z Sleva, Sohrab Soltani, Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Mayur Yermaneni: Patient support. Barnes & Thornburg, April 22, 2010: US20100095462-A1

This disclosure describes a mattress having a plurality of vertically-oriented inflatable bladders and a pneumatic box located inside the mattress. In one embodiment, the patient support includes a plurality of pressure sensors positioned underneath the bladders. In still another embodiment, the pat ...