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Daniel Cooper: Dual sensor rate responsive pacemaker. Telectronics Pacing Systems, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, May 6, 1997: US05626622 (124 worldwide citation)

An electronic pacemaker generating pacing signals includes both a metabolic rate responsive sensor monitoring a physiological parameter and an activity rate responsive sensor monitoring movement of a patient's body during exercise. The measurements from each of the sensors are used to develop a corr ...


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Donald E Dick, Daniel Cooper, Ronald E Hileman: Synchronized multiple image tomographic cardiography. Lane Aitken Dunner & Ziems, May 4, 1976: US03954098 (101 worldwide citation)

A scan converter storage surface is divided into image spaces corresponding to different points in the heart cycle. Ultrasound echoes from heart structures are plotted in the image spaces by means of special x, y sweeps which are offset to the image spaces by timing circuitry. Separate delay and spa ...


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Daniel Cooper, Jacqueline J Jackson: Coagulation detection by plunger sensing technique. Hemotec, John R Ley, July 8, 1986: US04599219 (68 worldwide citation)

Coagulation is detected in a fluid sample contained in either a gas flow cartridge or a plunger sensor cartridge, either one of which may be inserted in an actuator mechanism which has the capability of acting on either type of cartridge. Coagulation is detected in the gas flow cartridge by opticall ...


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Jacqueline J Jackson, Daniel Cooper: Apparatus for coagulation detection by gas flow or plunger sensing techniques. Hemotec, John R Ley, June 21, 1988: US04752449 (57 worldwide citation)

Coagulation is detected in a fluid sample such as blood which has been inserted into a cartridge and operated on by an actuator mechanism. The cartridge may be of either of two types: a plunger sensor cartridge wherein a plunger assembly is reciprocated in a predetermined manner within the fluid sam ...


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Daniel Cooper, Saul E Greenhut, Chih ming James Chiang, Tibor A Nappholz, Bruce Steinhaus: Rate-responsive pacemaker with noise-rejecting minute volume determination. Pacesetter, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman P C, October 6, 1998: US05817135 (47 worldwide citation)

A rate responsive implantable pacemaker generates a metabolic demand parameter such as a thoracic impedance which is converted into a corresponding metabolic indicated parameter. During the conversion, intermediate parameters, such as either tidal volume and respiration rate, or a derivative of the ...


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Chris D Shelton, Nigel Mark Jagger, Shaun David Househam, Lawrence Samuel Tyson, Jeremy Daniel Cooper, Michael William Dormer, Jan Matteo Paoli, Nicholas Ian Kempt, Mark Sanders, Graham Michael Pullin, Jaime Valls Miro, Frances Samalionis, Paul South, Tracy Currer, Steve O&apos Connor, Martin Bontoft: Remote operated vehicles. H2EYE, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, December 16, 2003: US06662742 (34 worldwide citation)

An ROV comprising a topside, a fish and an umbilical cable for connecting the topside and the fish together. The fish is adapted to be powered by an onboard battery inductively coupled to the fish. The cable is of a fine diameter to reduce drag through the water. RF transmissions carry control and r ...


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Daniel Cooper, Tibor A Nappholz, Chih ming James Chiang: Rate responsive pacemaker with exercise recovery using minute volume determination. Pacesetter, Gottlieb Rackamn & Reisman P C, November 17, 1998: US05836988 (31 worldwide citation)

A rate responsive implantable pacemaker generates a metabolic demand parameter which is converted into a corresponding metabolic indicated parameter. The parameter is used to determine certain characteristics related to an exercise period and the patient, including exercise duration and intensity. T ...


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Dean J MacCarter, Don Hopper, Daniel Cooper, Roger Hassell: Rate-responsive pacemaker with anaerobic threshold adaptation and method. Telectronics Pacing Systems, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, January 30, 1996: US05487753 (30 worldwide citation)

A rate responsive pacemaker measures a metabolic demand parameter of a patient. The metabolic demand parameter is converted to a corresponding metabolic indicated rate which determines the pulse rate of the pacer. The converting is based on a profile dependent on the predicted anaerobic threshold le ...


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Daniel Cooper: Rate-responsive pacemaker with rapid minute volume determination. Pacesetter, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman P C, October 20, 1998: US05824020 (24 worldwide citation)

A rate responsive pacemaker with improved response to exercise onset includes a detector for detecting a metabolic parameter indicative of the patient's metabolic demand. The metabolic demand parameter derived therefrom is analyzed either using a heart rate sensitive zero crossing detector or a deri ...


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James S Andrews, Daniel Cooper: Weighing and filling method and apparatus. Hierath & Andrews, John E Reilly, June 27, 1989: US04843579 (21 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for rapidly and accurately dispensing measured amounts of powdered material from a vibratory feeder with a shaker rod extending through an orifice at the discharge end of the feeder and which rod undergoes reciprocal movement in response to vibration of the feeder to regulate ...