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Eric W Lindekugel: Quick-clip sensor holder. Marsh Fischmann & Breyfogle, April 7, 2005: US20050075550-A1

The present invention provides a clip-type medical sensor holder for use in positioning a pulse oximetry sensor relative to a patient appendage. In particular, a clip-type sensor holder is provided that clips around a portion of a patient appendage without necessarily applying a clamping force to th ...


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Eric W Lindekugel, Eddie K Burnside, Jeremy B Cox, Daniel B Blanchard, Paul D Morgan, Kevin W Stinger: Spacers for use with an ultrasound probe. CR Bard, April 14, 2011: US20110087107-A1

A probe cap for use with an ultrasound probe including a head portion and an acoustic surface is disclosed. In one embodiment, the probe cap includes a body that defines a cavity sized for releasably receiving the head portion of the probe therein. The probe cap body further defines a hole that is p ...


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Eric W Lindekugel, Jeremy B Cox, Daniel B Blanchard, Christian W Crook, Eddie K Burnside, Jeanette E Southard, Kevin W Stinger: Support and cover structures for an ultrasound probe head. C R Bard, December 22, 2011: US20110313293-A1

A probe cap for use with an ultrasound probe including a head portion and an acoustic surface is disclosed. In one embodiment, the probe cap includes a body that defines a cavity sized for releasably receiving the head portion of the probe therein. The probe cap body further defines a hole that is p ...


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Amir Orome, Matthew W Bown, Richard P Jenkins, William R Barron, Bryson G Wilkes, Eric W Lindekugel, Jeffrey J Flint, Charles Farnworth, Alisha M Hammond: Needle Guide with Selectable Aspects. December 27, 2012: US20120330159-A1

A needle guide assembly for inserting a needle into the body of a patient in order to access a subcutaneous target, such as a vessel, is disclosed. In one embodiment, the needle guide assembly comprises a needle guide body that is configured to at least indirectly and removably attach to an image pr ...


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Amir Orome, Eric W Lindekugel, Paul D Morgan, Matthew W Bown: Selectable Angle Needle Guide. C R Bard, June 28, 2012: US20120165679-A1

A needle guide assembly for inserting a needle into the body of a patient in order to access a subcutaneous target, such as a vessel, is disclosed. In one embodiment, the needle guide assembly comprises a needle guide body that is configured to at least indirectly and removably attach to an image pr ...