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Louis C Cosentino, Michael John Duea, Duane Robert Duea, Steven George Dorfe, Daniel L Cosentino: Medical wellness parameters management system, apparatus and method. Cardiocom, Merchant & Gould P C, September 24, 2002: US06454705 (199 worldwide citation)

A medical system, apparatus and method for monitoring and managing one or more ambulatory patients on a computer and allowing a caregiver to review the ambulatory patients' wellness parameters to provide treatment in accordance with the wellness parameters. The system, apparatus and method prov ...


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Louis C Cosentino, B Steven Springrose: Tube connector. Renal Systems, Irving S Rappaport, October 31, 1978: US04123091 (187 worldwide citation)

A flow-through or fluid coupling connector assembly possessing positive locking connect and ready disconnect comprising two connector bodies; one having a male tubular member, and the other having a female tubular member for receiving the male member upon connection of the two bodies together. The m ...


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Louis C Cosentino, Michael John Duea, Duane Robert Duea, Steven George Dorfe, Richard C Nubson, Judith A Cosentino: Apparatus and method for monitoring and communicating wellness parameters of ambulatory patients. Cardiocom, Merchant & Gould P C, September 18, 2001: US06290646 (174 worldwide citation)

The monitoring device incorporates transducing devices for converting the desired measured parameters into electrical signals capable of being processed by a local computer or microprocessor system. The device interacts with the ambulatory patient and then, via a modem or other electronic communicat ...


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Daniel L Cosentino, Louis C Cosentino, Steven George Dorfe, Duane Robert Duea: Apparatus and method for two-way communication in a device for monitoring and communicating wellness parameters of ambulatory patients. Cardiocom, Merchant & Gould P C, June 29, 2004: US06755783 (139 worldwide citation)

The monitoring device incorporates transducing devices for converting the desired measured parameters into electrical signals capable of being processed by a local computer or microprocessor system. The device receives a set of customized questions for presentation to an ambulatory patient. The devi ...


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Elias Klein, Ronald L Wathen, Richard A Ward, Louis C Cosentino, Larry E Fuller, Felix J Martinez: Percutaneous implant for peritoneal dialysis. Renal Systems, Schroeder Siegfried Vidas & Arrett, December 18, 1984: US04488877 (105 worldwide citation)

An implant device for peritoneal dialysis which permits a flexible catheter to be removed and replaced without invasive surgery. The catheter is passed through a substantially rigid tubular percutaneous device and a flexible sleeve member which together form a continuous conduit from the body exteri ...


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James L Campbell, Louis C Cosentino: Catheter reprocessing and sterilizing system. Minntech Corporation, Barbara A Wrigley, May 10, 1994: US05310524 (93 worldwide citation)

A system for reprocessing and sterilizing a previously used catheter having at least one lumen is disclosed. The catheter is provided with a housing and enclosed within the housing. Heated sterilant is provided to the housing and the catheter. The lumen is tested during the reprocessing and steriliz ...


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Louis C Cosentino, Michael John Duea, Duane Robert Duea, Steven George Dorfe, Richard C Nubson, Judith A Cosentino: Apparatus and method for monitoring and communicating wellness parameters of ambulatory patients. Cardiocom, Fulbright & Jaworski L, June 15, 2010: US07736318 (92 worldwide citation)

The monitoring device incorporates transducing devices for converting the desired measured parameters into electrical signals capable of being processed by a local computer or microprocessor system. The device interacts with the ambulatory patient and then, via a modem or other electronic communicat ...


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Louis C Cosentino, Felix J Martinez: Percutaneous implant. Renal Systems, Schroeder Siegfried Vidas & Arrett, November 29, 1983: US04417888 (92 worldwide citation)

An implantable device for providing communication between interior structures of the body and the exterior of the body, the device comprising a rigid tubular member of biologically compatible material including a transcutaneous stem portion defining a stem cavity therein and a plurality of subcutane ...


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Randal M Wenthold, Robert T Hall II, Robert G Andrus, Paul D Brinda, Louis C Cosentino, Robert F Reggin, Daniel T Pigott: Hollow fiber membranes and method of manufacture. Minntech Corporation, Barbara A Wrigley, June 9, 1998: US05762798 (88 worldwide citation)

An asymmetrical, microporous, hollow fiber membrane is made from a polymeric dope mixture of polysulfone and polyvinyl pyrrolidone dissolved in an aprotic solvent. The physical morphology of the hollow fiber membrane, i.e., the asymmetric microporous wall, is rapidly formed by passing the polymeric ...


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Paul D Brinda, Louis C Cosentino: Method of manufacturing of hollow fiber cartridge with porous ring. Minntech Corporation, Barbara A Wrigley, Amelia A Buharin, July 2, 1996: US05531848 (87 worldwide citation)

A method of sealingly coupling a hollow fiber bundle having first and seconds ends to a porous collar having first and second peripheral edges, at least one of which is coupled to the inner ledge of a casing for encasing said bundle of hollow fibers is disclosed. The method broadly includes providin ...