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Bernard Vrijens, John Urquhart, Erik De Klerk, Jean Michel Metry: Systems and methods for medication monitoring. Hexalog, Foley & Lardner, November 23, 2004: US06822554 (85 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method and system of medication monitoring which includes analyzing data on the clinical consequences of variable patient compliance with prescribed drug regimens, communicating to caregivers and/or patients the compliance-dependent probabilities of two clinically ...


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Jean Michel Metry, Pierre Alain Gaillard, John Urquhart, Bernard Vrijens: Medication container and dosing monitor. Aardex Group, E Thomas Wheelock, April 3, 2012: US08149096 (6 worldwide citation)

A patient-portable medication event monitor is disclosed which is capable of detecting the dispensing of doses of a particular medication from the monitor, comparing the dispensing detected with information concerning the desired dosing regimen for the certain medication and displaying graphically t ...


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Jean Michel Metry, Pierre Alain Gaillard, John Urquhart, Bernard Vrijens: Medication dosing monitor. MeadWestvaco Corporation, MWV Intellectual Property Group, September 17, 2013: US08536987 (1 worldwide citation)

A patient-portable medication event monitor is disclosed which is capable of detecting the dispensing of doses of a particular medication from the monitor, comparing the dispensing detected with information concerning the desired dosing regimen for the certain medication and displaying graphically t ...


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Steven Lloyd Mayer, John Urquhart, Jean Michel Metry, Bernard Vrijens: System and method for managing a patient treatment program including a prescribed drug regimen. Wood Phillips Katz Clark & Mortimer, September 30, 2004: US20040193446-A1

The present invention relates to a system and method for managing a patient treatment program including a prescribed dosing regimen. The system and method develops and/or makes use of a pharmacokinetic model and a pharmacodynamic model and the monitored adherence of the patient to determine if and w ...


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Jean Michel Metry, Pierre Alain Gaillard, John Urquhart, Bernard Vrijens: Medication dosing monitor. Aardex, Foley & Lardner, June 19, 2008: US20080142472-A1

A patient-portable medication event monitor is disclosed which is capable of detecting the dispensing of doses of a particular medication from the monitor, comparing the dispensing detected with information concerning the desired dosing regimen for the certain medication and displaying graphically t ...


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Jean Michel Metry: Event-sensing label. Aardex, Foley & Lardner, January 3, 2008: US20080001737-A1

A label which notes the manipulation of objects which it labels by generating an altered electrical signature is provided.


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John Urquhart, Pierre Alain Gaillard, Jean Michel Metry: System and method of portal-mediated, website-based analysis of medication dosing. Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, April 15, 2004: US20040073454-A1

The system of portal-mediated, website-based analysis of medication dosing data provides a system for recording dosing history, analyzing the dosing history data, and providing a physician with the analysis of the dosing history data, as well as advice as to the steps to take to improve the patient' ...


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Bernard Vrijens, John Urquhart, Erik De Klerk, Jean Michel Metry: Systems and methods for medication monitoring. William H Benz, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, July 17, 2003: US20030135392-A1

The present invention relates to a method and system of medication monitoring which includes analyzing data on the clinical consequences of variable patient compliance with prescribed drug regimens, communicating to caregivers and/or patients the compliance-dependent probabilities of two clinically ...


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Jean Michel Metry, Pierre Alain Gaillard, John Urquhart, Bernard Vrijens: Medication container and dosing monitor. October 20, 2011: US20110253586-A1

A patient-portable medication event monitor is disclosed which is capable of detecting the dispensing of doses of a particular medication from the monitor, comparing the dispensing detected with information concerning the desired dosing regimen for the certain medication and displaying graphically t ...