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Eran Bellin, David Fletcher, Noah Geberer: System and method for monitoring patient care. Montefiore Medical Center, Wiggin and Dana, March 29, 2011: US07917376 (99 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided for facilitating management of health care in medical facilities such as hospitals, clinics, emergency rooms, etc., for example by monitoring and assessing the quality of patient care. Data is collected and operated on relating to medical conditions, treatment, cost, ...


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Pedro Antonio Prieto, David Fletcher Smith, Richard Dale Cummings, John Joseph Kopchick, Pradip Mukerji, Kelley Wilson Moremen, James Michael Pierce: Oligosaccharides and glycoproteins produced in milk of transgenic non-human mammals. Abbott Laboratories, Cheryl L Becker, April 6, 1999: US05891698 (51 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to humanized milk. The milk is produced by a non-human transgenic mammal wherein the genome of said transgenic non-human mammal contains at least one heterologous gene encoding for a human catalytic entity and wherein the catalytic entity produces oligosaccharides and glycoconj ...


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R David Fletcher, Yunquan Chen: Flexible heat exchangers for medical cooling and warming applications. Coolhead Technologies, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, July 18, 2006: US07077858 (48 worldwide citation)

A flexible heat exchanger is suitable for heating or cooling living subjects. The heat exchanger has a a volume having at least one inlet for receiving a heat exchange fluid and at least one outlet. A flexible heat exchange plate that isessentially impermeable to the heat exchange fluid is penetrate ...


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Pedro Antonio Prieto, David Fletcher Smith, Richard Dale Cummings, John Joseph Kopchick, Pradip Mukerji, Kelley Wilson Moremen, James Michael Pierce: Transgenic non-human mammals producing oligosaccharides and glycoconjugates. Abbott Laboratories, Cheryl L Becker, April 6, 1999: US05892070 (46 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to transgenic non-human mammals characterized in that the genome of said mammals contain at least one heterologous gene encoding for the production of heterologous catalytic entity selected from the group consisting of enzymes and antibodies, and wherein said catalytic entity p ...


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Gregory Lavoie, David Fletcher: Circuit breaker with integral testing unit. General Electric Company, Dykema Gossett PLLC, September 28, 2004: US06798209 (30 worldwide citation)

An injection test signal generator is incorporated into a circuit breaker. In this way, injection testing can be performed by causing the internal test signal generator to generate test signals and feed those signals to the trip circuitry of the circuit breaker. No independent injection test signal ...


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Pedro Antonio Prieto, David Fletcher Smith, Richard Dale Cummings, John Joseph Kopchick, Pradip Mukerji, Kelley Wilson Moremen, James Michael Pierce: Methods of making transgenic animals producing oligosaccharides and glycoproteins. Abbott Laboratories, Cheryl L Becker, December 23, 1997: US05700671 (29 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to transgenic non-human mammals characterized in that the genome of said mammals contain at least one heterologous gene encoding for the production of heterologous catalytic entity selected from the group consisting of enzymes and antibodies, and wherein said catalytic entity p ...


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Colin Roger Bird, Jonathon David Fletcher: DNA encoding enzymes related to ethylene biosynthesis and ripening from banana. Zeneca, Liza D Hohenschutz, March 23, 1999: US05886164 (25 worldwide citation)

A method of modifying ethylene biosynthesis in a plant comprises inserting into the genome of the said plant a DNA sequence such as SEQ-ID-NO-1 (encoding 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase (ACS)) and/or sequence SEQ-ID-NO-2 (encoding an ethylene-forming enzyme (EFE)) which modifies the a ...


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Vivian R Ramsden, Jim Thornhill, Tim F Hillier, Dale Corbett, R David Fletcher, Gill N White: Brain cooling device and monitoring system. Kathleen E Marsman, Borden Ladner Gervais, January 27, 2004: US06682552 (23 worldwide citation)

A device and system designed for use in a pre-hospital setting to cool the brain after injury is described. The device incorporates a cold insert into an arch that fits around the neck of a subject, without obstructing the airway of the subject. A cold insert, such as a frozen fluid or endothermic p ...


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Pedro Antonio Prieto, David Fletcher Smith, Richard Dale Cummings, John Joseph Kopchick, Pradip Mukerji, Kelley Wilson Moremen, James Michael Pierce: Transgenic non-human mammal milk comprising 2-fucosyl-lactose. Abbott Laboratories, Cheryl L Becker, May 12, 1998: US05750176 (18 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the milk of a transgenic non-human mammal. The milk is characterized in that it contains heterologous components produced as the secondary gene products of a heterologous gene contained in the genome of the transgenic non-human mammal. The heterologous gene encodes a heterol ...


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Robert David Fletcher: Apparatus for and method of cooling a brain. I Zborovsky, January 28, 2003: US06511502 (18 worldwide citation)

Cooling a patient's brain is performed by each of two hollow pads exclusively in an area of a patient's neck adjoining one of carotid arteries by circulating a cooling liquid through one of the pads independently from the other pad or through both pads, to cool either one half of the brain ...