1
Laughton E Miles: Cardio-respiratory control and monitoring system for determining CPAP pressure for apnea treatment. Paul F Schenck, October 11, 1994: US05353788 (231 worldwide citation)

A system and method for controlling and monitoring externally administered breathing air pressure in a series of cycles. During each cycle, the breathing air pressure starts at a base value and is slowly and progressively increased then rapidly reduced to the base value. If the control and monitorin ...


2
Laughton E Miles: Multiple assay machine and method. Townsend and Townsend, May 2, 1978: US04087248 (49 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are provided for carrying out simultaneous multiple manipulations. The method and apparatus are particularly directed toward heterogeneous (two phases) immunoassays, particularly radioimmunoassay (RIA) and immunoradiometricassays (IRMA and 2-site IRMA). These assays are primaril ...


3
Laughton E Miles, Arthur H Rogers Jr, Charles H Rogers: Method and apparatus for performing assays. Medical & Scientific, Townsend & Townsend, October 16, 1984: US04477578 (48 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are provided for carrying out multiple simultaneous transfers of fluid. The method and apparatus are particularly directed toward immunoassays wherein immunologically active compounds, such as antigens and haptens, are detected through their associated antibodies. The device rel ...


4
Jianguo Sun, Laughton E Miles: Positive airway pressure therapy management module. Jianguo Sun, Lathrop & Gage, May 18, 2010: US07717112 (40 worldwide citation)

A positive airway pressure therapy management module includes a user interface, a controller and memory. The module may include ports that capture data from a PAP device and/or from sensors. The user interface may display information and questions, and may receive answers. The controller may store d ...


5
Jianuo Sun, Laughton E Miles: Positive airway pressure therapy management module. Lathrop & Gage Lc, September 1, 2005: US20050188991-A1

A positive airway pressure therapy management module includes a user interface, a controller and memory. The module may include ports that capture data from a PAP device and/or from sensors. The user interface may display information and questions, and may receive answers. The controller may store d ...