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Harpal S Kumar, Paul Johnson, Michael D Llewellyn, William J Mullarkey, William New Jr, Laurence J Nicolson, William G O&apos Brien, John D Place, Peter M Relph: Portable remote patient telemonitoring system. Nexan, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, July 9, 2002: US06416471 (789 worldwide citation)

A system and method for monitoring vital signs and capturing data from a patient remotely using radiotelemetry techniques. The system is characterized by a cordless, disposable sensor band with sensors form measuring full waveform ECG, full waveform respiration, skin temperature, and motion, and tra ...


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William New Jr, Andrea J Harry, Paul Johnson, Harpal S Kumar, William J Mullarkey, Laurence J Nicolson, John D Place: Physiological sensor array. Nexan, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, December 17, 2002: US06494829 (143 worldwide citation)

A physiological sensor device for attachment to a mammalian subject comprising an output transmitter, at least two physiological sensors each for sensing one of the subject's physiological parameters, and a controller operably in communication with the physiological sensors which controller com ...


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John D Place, Paul Johnson, Steven Jones, Harpal S Kumar, William J Mullarkey, William New Jr, Laurence J Nicolson, Peter M Relph: Portable signal transfer unit. Nexan, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, September 17, 2002: US06450953 (129 worldwide citation)

A portable signal transfer unit for relaying a signal representative of physiological data of a mammalian subject from a remote physiological sensor to a remote receiver unit. The portable transfer unit includes an input device which operably receives the signal, a memory for buffering the signal, a ...


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William New, Andrea J Harry, Paul Johnson, Harpal S Kumar, William J Mullarkey, Laurence J Nicolson, John D Place, Adrian J Wilson: Physiological sensor array. Nexan Telemed, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz, MacKiewicz & Norris, November 29, 2001: US20010047127-A1

A physiological sensor device for attachment to a mammalian subject comprising an output transmitter, at least two physiological sensors each for sensing one of the subject's physiological parameters, and a controller operably in communication with the physiological sensors which controller communic ...