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Robert Mark Zerhusen, Ryan A Reeder, John D Vogel, Michael E Cerimele, Carl W Riley, Timothy D Wildman: Patient point-of-care computer system. Hill Rom Services, Bose McKinney & Evans, December 26, 2006: US07154397 (196 worldwide citation)

A point-of-care computer system includes a display positioned in a point-of-care location, a computer coupled to the display, and a network coupled to the computer to enable the computer to access information stored in a remote location.


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L Dale Foster, John W Ruehl, John D Vogel: Foot egress chair bed. Hill Rom Company, Barnes & Thornburg, October 3, 1995: US05454126 (145 worldwide citation)

A hospital bed that is convertible to a chair for patient egress from the foot end of the bed. A patient support platform has serially hinged, normally horizontal head, seat, thigh and foot panels. To convert the horizontal bed to the chair configuration, the patient support platform in the lowermos ...


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L Dale Foster, Ryan A Reeder, John D Vogel: Hospital bed. Hill Rom Company, Barnes & Thornburg, November 26, 1996: US05577279 (106 worldwide citation)

A hospital bed has a base with casters, a main frame mounted above the base, a patient support platform movably mounted on the main frame including a leg panel, and a toilet module disposed beneath the patient support platform and normally concealed by the leg panel. The platform moves toward a head ...


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Thomas W Hanson, John D Vogel, Steven V McCaig, Jack C Newkirk, Donald E Smith, Jonathan D Turner, Terence M Duncan, Gary S Siegle, Gregory J Figel, Jeffrey A Heyser, William M Blyshak, Michael P Bish: Ambulatory care chair. Hill Rom, Barnes & Thornburg, July 18, 2000: US06089593 (95 worldwide citation)

A chair for supporting a patient above a floor comprising a base frame, an intermediate frame coupled to the base frame for pivoting movement relative to the base frame about a generally horizontal transverse axis thereon and wherein the intermediate frame is lockable relative to the base frame. An ...


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Thomas W Hanson, John D Vogel, Steven V McCaig, Jack C Newkirk, Donald E Smith, Jonathan D Turner, Terence M Duncan, Gary S Siegle, Gregory J Figel, Jeffrey A Heyser, William M Blyshak, Michael P Bish: Ambulatory care chair. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, November 13, 2001: US06315319 (87 worldwide citation)

A chair for transporting a patient includes a base frame, a plurality of casters mounted to the base frame, a seat, and a push bar mounted to a back section of the seat for use when transporting the patient. A wheel is coupled to the base frame for movement between a downward brake-steer position, f ...


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L Dale Foster, Ryan A Reeder, John W Ruehl, John D Vogel: Modular hospital bed and method of patient handling. Hill Rom Company, Barnes & Thornburg, May 7, 1996: US05513406 (68 worldwide citation)

A modular hospital bed and method of patient handling which permits a patient to remain on a single hospital bed from admittance to and through discharge from a hospital, thereby reducing the number of patient bed surface-to-surface transfers and the number of hospital beds. The method comprises pro ...


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Robert J Chirico, John D Vogel: Support arm for a service column. Hill Rom, Barnes & Thornburg, August 1, 2000: US06095468 (61 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supporting a service column from a ceiling includes a mounting assembly adapted to be coupled to the ceiling. The mounting assembly includes a tube configured to extend downwardly with respect to the ceiling. The apparatus also includes an arm assembly including a first arm coupled ...


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Thomas W Hanson, John D Vogel, Steven V McCaig, Jack C Newkirk, Donald E Smith, Jonathan D Turner, Terence M Duncan, Gary S Siegle, Gregory J Figel, Jeffrey A Heyser, William M Blyshak, Michael P Bish: Ambulatory care chair. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, January 25, 2005: US06846042 (59 worldwide citation)

A chair for transporting a patient includes a base frame, a plurality of casters mounted to the base frame, a patient support, and a push bar mounted to a back section of the patient support for use when transporting the patient. A wheel is coupled to the base frame for movement between a downward b ...


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Thomas W Hanson, John D Vogel, Steven V McCaig, Jack C Newkirk, Donald E Smith, Jonathan D Turner, Terence M Duncan, Gary S Siegle, Gregory J Figel, Jeffrey A Heyser, William M Blyshak, Michael P Bish: Ambulatory care chair. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, May 20, 2003: US06565112 (53 worldwide citation)

A chair for transporting a patient includes a base frame, a plurality of casters mounted to the base frame, a seat, and a push bar mounted to a back section of the seat for use when transporting the patient. A wheel is coupled to the base frame for movement between a downward brake-steer position, f ...


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