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Huisun Wang, David R Rich, Barry J Feldman: Extended life disposable pulse oximetry sensor and method of making. NTC Technology, Trask Britt & Rossa, April 6, 1999: US05891026 (122 worldwide citation)

An oximetry sensor comprising a foam wrap member including a fastener, back film mounting member, LED assembly and photodiode connected to a cable, support rings for the LED assembly and photodiode, window film for the LED assembly and photodiode, and a top liner.


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Huisun Wang, David R Rich, Barry J Feldman: Extended life disposable pulse oximetry sensor and method of making. NTC Technology, Trask Britt & Rossa, November 21, 2000: US06149481 (117 worldwide citation)

An oximetry sensor comprising a foam wrap member including a fastener, back film mounting member, LED assembly and photodiode connected to a cable, support rings for the LED assembly and photodiode, window film for the LED assembly and photodiode, and a top liner.


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Huisun Wang, David R Rich, Barry J Feldman: Extended life disposable pulse oximetry sensor. NTC Technologies, Trask Britt & Rossa, June 6, 2000: US06073038 (115 worldwide citation)

An oximetry sensor comprising a foam wrap member including a fastener, back film mounting member, LED assembly and photodiode connected to a cable, support rings for the LED assembly and photodiode, window film for the LED assembly and photodiode, and a top liner.


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Brian M Fudge, Kimberly A Golden, David R Rich: Pulse oximetry sensor and dispensing method. Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas, December 30, 2003: US06671532 (106 worldwide citation)

An oximetry sensor that can be easily applied and attached to a portion of the body of a patient in a noninvasive manner is provided. The oximetry sensor of the present invention includes an adhesive wrap member for use with reusable pulse oximetry sensor electronics (e.g., an LED assembly and a pho ...


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Brian M Fudge, Kimberley A Golden, David R Rich: Pulse oximetry sensor and dispensing method. Respironics Novametrix, Michael W Haas, September 6, 2005: US06941162 (100 worldwide citation)

An oximetry sensor that can be easily applied and attached to a portion of the body of a patient in a noninvasive manner is provided. The oximetry sensor of the present invention includes an adhesive wrap member for use with reusable pulse oximetry sensor electronics (e.g., an LED assembly and a pho ...


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Scott A Kofoed, Joseph A Orr, David R Rich: Multiple function airway adapter. Novametrix Medical Systems, Trask Britt & Rossa, August 4, 1998: US05789660 (81 worldwide citation)

An integrated airway adapter capable of monitoring CO.sub.2 concentration in real time, breath by breath using infrared absorption techniques and monitoring respiratory flow with differential pressure flowmeters under diverse inlet conditions through improved sensor configurations which minimize pha ...


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Michael B Jaffe, David R Rich, John A Triunfo Jr, Paul B Gunneson, Eric P Wigforss: Reliability-enhanced apparatus operation for re-breathing and methods of effecting same. NTC Technology, Michael W Haas, June 10, 2003: US06575164 (46 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for enhancing reliability of, and monitoring the operation of airway valves to enhance patient safety. Pneumatic control line pressure (positive or negative) for actuation of the airway valve may be specified at a given magnitude or within a selected range and monitored continu ...


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Leslie E Mace, David R Rich, Randall J Terry, John A Triunfo Jr, Anthony T Pierry, Michael J R Polson: Face mask for gas monitoring during supplemental oxygen delivery. Respironics, Michael W Haas, February 28, 2006: US07004168 (44 worldwide citation)

A face mask including a gas monitoring capability for improved patient management in combination with improved efficiency of supplemental oxygen delivery to the patient is provided. The face mask of the present invention is configured to direct substantially all of the inspiratory and expiratory gas ...


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David R Rich: Gas analyzer cuvettes. NTC Technology, Hughes Multer & Schacht, December 2, 1997: US05693944 (42 worldwide citation)

Gas analyzer systems which include: (1) a transducer for outputting a signal indicative of the concentration of a specified gas in a sample which may contain that gas, and (2) an airway adapter or cuvette with a flow passage for confining the sample to a particular path traversing the transducer. Th ...