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Lawrence A Lynn, Weston Harding, Edmund Robert Purdy: Luer receiver and method for fluid transfer. Lawrence A Lynn, Becton Dickinson & Company, Nixon & Vanderhye PC, January 9, 2001: US06171287 (324 worldwide citation)

An improved luer lock receiving septum having a configuration which provides rapid and tight resealing and yet allows penetration of the septum by the luer tip with a low penetration force. The elongated septum includes an upper portion of enlarged diameter having a target surface, a central slit, a ...


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Lawrence A Lynn: Luer-receiving medical valve and fluid transfer method. Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 27, 1996: US05549651 (213 worldwide citation)

A medical valve is provided that includes a housing having a main conduit and a branch extending from the main conduit and in fluid communication with it. The bore of the branch has an elastomeric septum piston disposed therewithin and at least a portion of the elastomeric septum piston is movable b ...


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Lawrence A Lynn: Luer-receiving medical valve. Cushman Darby & Cushman, December 12, 1995: US05474544 (188 worldwide citation)

A luer receiving medical valve for the sterile transfer of fluid from a luer-tapered male end having a surrounding female luer lock threaded end. The luer receiver includes a housing having an inlet and an outlet and a lumen extending from the inlet to the outlet. An elastomeric sealing member occlu ...


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Lawrence A Lynn: Method and apparatus for the diagnosis of sleep apnea utilizing a single interface with a human body part. Fish & Richardson, March 21, 1995: US05398682 (183 worldwide citation)

A device for diagnosing sleep apnea by identifying desaturation and resaturation events in oxygen saturation of a patient's blood. The slope of the events is determined and compared against various information to determine sleep apnea.


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Lawrence A Lynn, Eric N Lynn: Microprocessor system for the simplified diagnosis of sleep apnea. Lawrence A Lynn, Pillsbury Winthrop, April 24, 2001: US06223064 (178 worldwide citation)

A method of evaluating a patient with sleep apnea includes monitoring a patient to produce at least one timed waveform of at least one physiologic parameter, identifying along the waveform a first waveform variation indicative of an apnea, identifying along the waveform a second waveform variation i ...


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Lawrence A Lynn, Mark E Larkin: Universal intravenous connector with dual catches. Lawrence A Lynn, Nixon & Vanderhye, August 11, 1992: US05137524 (156 worldwide citation)

An universal medical connector for manually connecting a first fluid conveying conduit in fluid connection with a patient's vasculature and having a junction terminal with a septum at an end thereof to a second fluid conduit for administration of fluid to a patient. The connector is formed of two el ...


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Lawrence A Lynn: Method for the diagnosis of sleep apnea. Fish & Richardson P C, February 25, 1997: US05605151 (154 worldwide citation)

A device for diagnosing sleep apnea by identifying desaturation and resaturation events in oxygen saturation of a patient's blood. The slope of the events is determined and compared against various information to determine sleep apnea.


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Lawrence A Lynn: Apparatus for the diagnosis of sleep apnea. Fish & Richardson P C, April 6, 1999: US05891023 (145 worldwide citation)

A device for diagnosing sleep apnea by identifying desaturation and resaturation events in oxygen saturation of a patient's blood. The slope of the events is determined and compared against various information to determine sleep apnea.


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Lawrence A Lynn: Medical microprocessor system and method for providing a ventilation indexed oximetry value. Nixon & Vanderhye P C, August 19, 2003: US06609016 (144 worldwide citation)

Pathologic relationship trending of an oxygen saturation time series relative to a corresponding ventilation time series is identified used a medical microprocessor system, and an increasing difference between the two time series is detected and displayed. That increasing difference is provided for ...


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Lawrence A Lynn, Eric N Lynn: Centralized hospital monitoring system for automatically detecting upper airway instability and for preventing and aborting adverse drug reactions. Fletcher Yoder, July 25, 2006: US07081095 (143 worldwide citation)

A system and method for the automatic diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea in a centralized hospital critical care monitoring system for the monitoring of a plurality of patients in at least one of a critical care, step down, and cardiac ward by telemetry. The system includes a central processor hav ...