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Hamilton Richard G, Liu David M: Drug dispensing event detector.. Aprex, May 30, 1990: EP0370599-A2 (100 worldwide citation)

A device for detecting the dispensing of drugs from a container (10) in a way which eliminates false detection events due to mishandling of the container (10) is disclosed. The device includes a container (10) which may be opened and closed. It also contains a means (21) for detecting the opening an ...


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Urquhart John, Hamilton Richard G: Drug dispenser having means for detecting dispensing events.. Aprex, September 11, 1991: EP0445154-A1

A device (10) for monitoring the dispensing of drugs to a patient is disclosed. This device includes a detector (58) which determines the actual physical delivery of the drug dosage to the patient. This eliminates ambiguities associated with devices in the art which only monitor inferentially the di ...


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Hamilton Richard G, Liu David M: Dispositif de detection pour la distribution de medicaments, Drug dispensing event detector. Aprex Corporation, ADE & COMPANY, July 5, 1994: CA1330592

-15- ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A device for detecting the dispensing of drugs froma container in a way which eliminates false detectionevents due to mishandling of the container is disclosed.The device includes a container which may be opened andclosed. It also contains a means for detecting theope ...


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Urquhart John, Hamilton Richard G: Distributeur de medicaments avec detecteur de dosage, Drug dispenser having means for detecting dispensing events. Aprex Corporation, ADE & COMPANY, January 30, 1996: CA2001902

A device for monitoring the dispensing of drugs to a patient is disclosed. This device includes a detec-tor which determines the actual physical delivery of the drug dosage to the patient. This eliminates ambiguities associated with devices in the art which only monitor inferentially the dispensing ...


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Urquhart John, Hamilton Richard G: Drug dispenser having means for detecting dispensing events. Aprex Corporation, BENZ William H, May 31, 1990: WO/1990/005684

A device (10) for monitoring the dispensing of drugs to a patient is disclosed. This device includes a detector (58) which determines the actual physical delivery of the drug dosage to the patient. This eliminates ambiguities associated with devices in the art which only monitor inferentially the di ...


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Fletcher Henry H, Morse William B, Budris Robert E, Fisher Michael G, Hamilton Richard G, Mullowney Keith L: Expendable instrument accountancy apparatus. Synvasive Technology, CRANFILL Raymond B, December 8, 1994: WO/1994/027516

A system for assessing the use of a monitored unit, such as a medical implement or surgical instrument. The system includes as its primary components a station and the monitored unit. The station is optionally coupled to an accounting computer as well as to a printer. The station includes a multi-pr ...


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Pouletty Philippe, Hamilton Richard G, Rossi Stephen J, Mcenroe Debra L: System and method for managing administration of medicine. Sangstat Medical Corporation, Pouletty Philippe, Hamilton Richard G, Rossi Stephen J, Mcenroe Debra L, EAKIN James E, July 15, 1999: WO/1999/035588

A method for managing doses of medication delivered to a patient is described. A computer system (101) receives dosage data and administration data that represent, respectively, times and quantities for taking a drug that are prescribed for a patient, and the times and quantities the drug is deliver ...



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