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Hans Jurgen Klempau, Frank Rochlitzer: Emergency-reporting system for rescue operations. Dragerwerk, McGlew and Tuttle, February 23, 1999: US05874897 (23 worldwide citation)

A personal emergency-reporting system for recognizing the site of an emergency with simultaneous warning of the nearest emergency physician/medical personnel. A portable patient data unit is provided which contains a satellite-supported global positioning system, which communicates with a patient da ...


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Stefan Traub, Frank Rochlitzer: Regulated power supply. Hewlett-Packard, Douglas A Kundrat, June 26, 1984: US04456833 (11 worldwide citation)

A linear regulated D.C. power supply includes two control elements for regulating two separate unregulated D.C. voltage sources. An enabling means is used to enable the one of the two control elements which is operating at the lower instantaneous power dissipation level and to supply the regulated o ...


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Gerhard Pross, Frank Rochlitzer: Respiration monitor. Hewlett-Packard, Stephen P Fox, May 22, 1984: US04449537 (10 worldwide citation)

A respiration monitor for detecting effective respiration of a patient includes circuitry for suppressing the indication of unwanted signals due to heart activity, noise and flat breathing. A first threshold circuit is provided for increasing the sensitivity of the respiration monitor in response to ...


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Bernhard Fischer, Martin Zoll, Joachim Wender, Frank Rochlitzer: Device for continuously detecting blood parameters. Hewlett Packard Company, November 18, 1997: US05687718 (8 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a device for continuing detecting blood parameters. The device includes a catheter adapted to be introduced into the artery of a patient. A sensor is arranged in the catheter. A tube us adapted to be coupled to a vein of a patient and is also connected to the first catheter. A device co ...