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James R Mault, Noel Johnson, John Sanderson: Physiological monitor and associated computation, display and communication unit. Healthetech, Cooley Godward, September 14, 2004: US06790178 (923 worldwide citation)

Various physiological monitor modules are provided for use with computing devices such as personal digital assistants (PDAs). In some embodiments, the personal digital assistant provides the controls, display, and processing circuitry for the physiological monitor module. The personal digital assist ...


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James R Mault: Integrated calorie management system. Healthetech, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, November 12, 2002: US06478736 (708 worldwide citation)

An improved health management system for a person is disclosed, in which the person's resting metabolic rate (RMR) is determined at intervals using an indirect calorimeter. RMR values are used in setting and revising goals in, for example, a weight control program. The effects of a weight contr ...


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James R Mault, Edwin Pearce, David Gilmore, Roshi Givechi, Jeanne Ragan, Andrzej Skoskiewicz, Neil Grimmer: Diet and activity-monitoring device. Healthetech, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, February 4, 2003: US06513532 (705 worldwide citation)

A diet and activity-monitoring device includes a timer which outputs a time-indicative signal. A body activity monitor monitors the body activity of a subject and outputs a signal indicative of the body activity. A consumption notation control is provided which the subject may operate to indicate wh ...


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James R Mault: System and method for remote pregnancy monitoring. Healthetech, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, August 26, 2003: US06610012 (393 worldwide citation)

A system and method for remote pregnancy monitoring of a pregnant woman is provided. The system includes an ultrasound transducer positioned on a pregnant woman having a processor, a transmitter and a receiver, and a personal digital assistant operatively connected to the ultrasound transducer via a ...


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James R Mault: Monitoring caloric expenditure resulting from body activity. Healthetech, May 27, 2003: US06571200 (328 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for monitoring the caloric expenditure rate of a subject, comprising: a caloric expenditure rate detector for detecting and measuring the caloric expenditure rate of the subject; a body activity detector for detecting and measuring the body activity of the subject; and a processor for stor ...


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James R Mault, Edwin M Pearce Jr: Indirect calorimeter for medical applications. Healthetech, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, October 7, 2003: US06629934 (242 worldwide citation)

An improved respiratory analyzer comprises a disposable flow module and non-disposable electronics module. An improved ventilator system comprises a supply of respiratory gases, a ventilator line for directing the respiratory gases to a patient, a flow module holder located in series with the ventil ...


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James R Mault: System and method of ultrasonic mammography. Healthetech, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, November 19, 2002: US06482158 (230 worldwide citation)

A system for ultrasonic mammography includes an ultrasonic mammography device for constructing an ultrasonic image of a breast having a support structure with an ultrasonic transducer mounted on the support structure. The system also includes a personal digital assistant operatively connected to the ...


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James R Mault, Edwin M Pearce Jr, Theodore W Barber, Craig M Lawrence, Timothy J Prachar, Jeffrey C Weintraub, Kevin S Nason: Metabolic calorimeter employing respiratory gas analysis. HealtheTech, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, October 22, 2002: US06468222 (213 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an indirect calorimeter for measuring the metabolic rate of a subject. The calorimeter includes a respiratory calorimeter configured to be supported in contact with the subject so as to pass inhaled and exhaled gases as the subject breathes. A flow pathway is operable ...


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James R Mault, Edwin M Pearce Jr, Theodore W Barber, Craig M Lawrence, Timothy J Prachar, Jeffrey C Weintraub, Kevin S Nason: Metabolic calorimeter employing respiratory gas analysis. Healthetech, Cooley Godward, May 31, 2005: US06899683 (190 worldwide citation)

An indirect calorimeter for measuring the metabolic rate of a subject includes a disposable portion and a reusable portion. The disposable portion includes a respiratory connector configured to be supported in contact with the subject so as to pass inhaled and exhaled gases as the subject breathes. ...


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James R Mault: Respiratory nitric oxide meter. Healthetech, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, September 2, 2003: US06612306 (184 worldwide citation)

A respiratory nitric oxide meter includes a respiratory connector designed to be supported in contact with a subject and to pass respiratory gases as the subject breathes. A flow pathway receives and passes the respiration gases. One end of the pathway is in fluid communication with the respiratory ...