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John T McLaughlin: Medication dispensing system. Pyxis Corporation, Kelly Bauersfeld & Lowry, November 22, 1988: US04785969 (347 worldwide citation)

An improved medication dispensing system is provided for controlled preprogrammed dispensing of medication to a patient and for creating a retrievable patient medication record. The system includes a dispensing unit located, for example, at patient bedside within a hospital room or the like and adap ...


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John T McLaughlin: Medicine dispenser for home health care. Pyxis Corporation, Kelly Bauersfeld & Lowry, January 5, 1988: US04717042 (156 worldwide citation)

A medicine dispenser includes a container having a lid and a removable compartmentalized tray which can be positioned upon an interior container ledge and held within the container interior immediately beneath the lid when closed. The tray includes a series of apertures dimensioned and positioned on ...


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John T McLaughlin: Medication dispenser station. Kelly Bauersfeld & Lowry, March 14, 1989: US04811764 (127 worldwide citation)

A medication dispenser station is provided for controlled access to and dispensing of a plurality of different medications. The dispenser station comprises a lockable cabinet containing multiple medication-containing cassettes associated respectively with the different medications and mounted in a v ...


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John T McLaughlin, Joseph W Rovan: Tire condition monitoring system. Kelly Bauersfeld Lowry & Kelley, June 5, 2001: US06243007 (78 worldwide citation)

A tire condition monitoring system includes a monitoring device securely positioned within a tire and in electronic communication with a receiver and a cab mounted visual display. In one embodiment, the monitoring device includes a battery, an inductive pick-up coil, pressure and/or temperature sens ...


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John T McLaughlin, Arthur E Brown: Medication dispenser station. Nu Box, Kelly Bauersfeld & Lowry, June 4, 1996: US05522525 (72 worldwide citation)

A medication dispenser station is provided for automatic dispensing of medication in accordance with a prescription schedule for a patient. The station receives and supports a plurality of medication-containing cassettes in a vertical stack, with the cassettes having aligned discharge openings defin ...


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John T McLaughlin: Identification device for hospital patients. Ralph B Pastoriza, May 11, 1982: US04328978 (33 worldwide citation)

The identification device takes the form of a plastic holder worn about a patient's wrist in the manner of a wristwatch. The holder itself has a fluorescent coating on the top surface emitting light. A patient identification card is positioned on this fluorescent surface, the identification card bei ...


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