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James P Welch, Nathaniel M Sims: Network for portable patient monitoring devices. The General Hospital Corporation, Fish & Richardson, June 7, 1994: US05319363 (357 worldwide citation)

Multiple devices that are each suitable for use at a selected one of multiple locations are managed using a network of links that are each assigned to one of the locations. Each link is selectable between a state in which a device is not using the link and a state in which one or more devices are us ...


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James P Welch, Steven D Baker, Farzin G Guilak, Anand Sampath, Daniel L Williams: Personal status physiologic monitor system and architecture and related monitoring methods. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, June 3, 2008: US07382247 (202 worldwide citation)

A system for actively monitoring a patient includes at least one body-worn monitoring device that has at least one sensor capable of measuring at least one physiologic parameter and detecting at least one predetermined event. At least one intermediary device is, linked to the body-worn monitoring de ...


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Ammar Al Ali, Bilal Muhsin, Michael O Reilly, James P Welch: System for determining confidence in respiratory rate measurements. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 30, 2013: US08430817 (160 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes, among other features, systems and methods for using multiple physiological parameter inputs to determine multiparameter confidence in respiratory rate measurements. For example, a patient monitoring system can programmatically determine multiparameter confidence in respira ...


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James P Welch, Steven D Baker, Farzin G Guilak, Anand Sampath, Daniel L Williams: Personal status physiologic monitor system and architecture and related monitoring methods. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, April 7, 2009: US07515043 (118 worldwide citation)

A method for communicating data using at least one network linking at least one respondent device with at least one monitoring device, said method comprising the steps of: continuously measuring at least one physiologic parameter for purposes of detecting a predetermined event using said at least on ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, James P Welch: Transport system for portable patient care apparatus. The General Hospital Corporation, Lahive & Cockfield, August 7, 1990: US04945592 (94 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for transporting a patient care device comprises a vertically adjustable first horizontal flange secured to a patient transport device, a patient care apparatus having an elongate vertical member supporting a patient care device, and a second horizontal flange disposed on an upper porti ...


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Steven D Baker, Eric T McAdams, James P Welch, Norbert Ohlenbusch, Thomas P Blackadar: Body worn physiological sensor device having a disposable electrode module. Welch Allyn, Sonny Z Zhan, July 3, 2012: US08214007 (81 worldwide citation)

A body worn patient monitoring device includes at least one disposable module including a plurality of electrical connections to the body. The body worn patient monitoring device also includes at least one communication-computation module, the communication-computation module having at least one mic ...


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James P Welch, Brian Spencer Long: System for generating alarms based on alarm patterns. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 4, 2015: US09095316 (75 worldwide citation)

An alarm system can include one or more processors. Such processors can receive physiological parameter data associated with a patient. The one or more processors can also select an alarm pattern based at least in part on an indicator of an attribute of the patient. The alarm pattern can include a p ...


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James P Welch, Steven D Baker, Farzin G Guilak, Anand Sampath, Daniel L Williams: Personal status physiologic monitor system and architecture and related monitoring methods. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, April 7, 2009: US07515044 (53 worldwide citation)

A method for performing context management, said method comprising the steps of: producing a continuous physiologic signal, as detected by a monitoring device; associating at least one unique hardware identifier to said continuous physiologic signal and binding a unique patient identifier to said co ...


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Steven D Baker, Eric T McAdams, James P Welch: Body worn physiological sensor device having a disposable electrode module. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, February 24, 2015: US08965492 (36 worldwide citation)

A body-worn patient monitoring device includes providing a substrate that supports one or more electrical connections to a patient's body. The method further includes determining a print pattern and thickness of a first material having a first resistivity to be printed on the substrate, determining ...


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Steven D Baker, Eric T McAdams, James P Welch: Body worn physiological sensor device having a disposable electrode module. Welch Allyn, Barclay Damon, October 13, 2015: US09155484 (31 worldwide citation)

A body-worn physiological sensor includes a computation-communication module, and a flexible circuit layer configured to be coupled to a skin surface of a subject to measure physiological signals. An adhesive covers at least a portion of the flexible circuit layer and a protective covering protects ...