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Stephen B Kaufman, Shelly Hyland, Michael A Lesczynski, Calvin L Bryant: Interactive patient assistance device. HealthTech Services, June 12, 1990: US04933873 (210 worldwide citation)

An interactive patient assistance device houses both preselected doses of medication and a physical testing device. Both medication and the testing device are normally retained within separate compartments within the device away from access by the patient. The device keeps track of medication and di ...


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Stephen B Kaufman, Shelly Hyland, Michael A Lesczynski, Calvin L Bryant: An interactive patient assistance device for storing and dispensing prescribed medication and physical device. Health Tech Services Corporation, Fuller Ryan & Hohenfeldt, August 25, 1992: US05142484 (170 worldwide citation)

An interactive patient assistance device houses first and second compartments for storing a first item and a second item away from access by the patient. First and second delivery mechanisms are associated with the first and second compartments for making the first stored item available to the patie ...


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Stephen B Kaufman, Shelly Hyland, Michael A Lesczynski, Calvin L Bryant: Interactive patient assistance device for storing and dispensing a testing device. Healthtech Service Corporation, Ryan Maki Mann & Hohenfeldt, February 9, 1999: US05868135 (139 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for interactively assisting a patient. The system includes a speech synthesizer and recognition unit coupled to a programmed computer. The computer can keep track of a medication and diagnostic testing schedule. The system also includes diagnostic testing equipment coupled to th ...


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Stephen B Kaufman, Shelly Hyland, Michael A Lesczynski, Calvin L Bryant: Interactive patient assistance device for storing and dispensing a testing device. HealthTech Services, Ryan Kees & Hohenfeldt, August 15, 1995: US05442728 (138 worldwide citation)

An interactive patient assistance device houses a compartment for storing a testing device. A delivery mechanism makes the testing device available to the patient in response either to a prescribed schedule stored in resident memory or upon a command signal from the patient. The schedule may also be ...


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Michael A Lesczynski, Mingway B Wu, Christopher Bentley, Kevin D Beebe: Method and apparatus for separating contact lens mold sections. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, John E Thomas, March 7, 2000: US06033603 (16 worldwide citation)

A method for separating one mold section from another mold section and a contact lens molded in the two mold sections provides improved reliability that the lens is not damaged during this operation and that the lens is retained selectively on the desired. Various embodiments of apparatus for carryi ...


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Griffith E Altmann, Lisa A Armstrong, Kevin D Beebe, Ian G Cox, Horngyih Huang, Michael A Lesczynski, Arthur W Martin, Michelle L Moran, Joseph Papalia, Dominic V Ruscio: Methods and devices to control polymerization. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, Katherine McGuire, December 7, 2004: US06827885 (13 worldwide citation)

A method and mold assembly to control the polymerization of a molded article. In one embodiment, an amorphous posterior mold comprising a non-critical surface having a controlled radius of curvature is used to produce molded articles. In an alternate embodiment, ophthalmic lenses are produced using ...


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Michael A Lesczynski, Mingway B Wu, Christopher Bentley, Kevin D Beebe: Method and apparatus for separating contact lens mold sections. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, John E Thomas, August 6, 2002: US06428723 (10 worldwide citation)

A method for separating one mold section from another mold section and a contact lens molded in the two mold sections provides improved reliability that the lens is not damaged during this operation and that the lens is retained selectively on the desired. Various embodiments of apparatus for carryi ...


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Michael A Lesczynski, Kevin D Beebe: Lens hydration apparatus and method. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, John E Thomas, May 30, 2000: US06068798 (5 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for hydrating is provided for hydrating a lens and extracting residual materials from the lens. The apparatus includes a shaft; multiple arms extending radially from a lower end of the shaft about a central axis in a star-shaped pattern, each arm including a fin extending the ...


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Michael A Lesczynski, Kevin D Beebe: Lens hydration apparatus and method. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, February 6, 2001: US06183236 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for hydrating is provided for hydrating a lens and extracting residual materials from the lens. The apparatus includes a shaft; multiple arms extending radially from a lower end of the shaft about a central axis in a star-shaped pattern, each arm including a fin extending the ...