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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Marjama & Bilinski, October 2, 2007: US07276025 (84 worldwide citation)

An adapter for permitting a medical diagnostic instrument having an illumination source including at least one LED (light emitting diode) to be used with a power supply normally configured for use with a diagnostic instrument having at least one incandescent lamp as an illumination source. The adapt ...


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Chris R Roberts, Allan I Krauter, Michael A Pasik, John R Strom, Peter J Davis: Medical diagnostic instrument. Welch Allyn, Peter J Bilinski, April 18, 2006: US07029439 (60 worldwide citation)

A medical diagnostic instrument includes a housing containing at least one battery and a light source, such as a lamp, for illuminating a medical target. A switch includes a movable member that selectively moves at least one of the battery and the lamp into and out of electrical connection with the ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using replaceable LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, December 2, 2008: US07458934 (12 worldwide citation)

An LED for use with a medical diagnostic instrument having an adapter disposed between an instrument head and a hand-grippable handle, the LED being removably attachable in relation to the adapter in order to permit selective replacement of the LED, as needed. The LED is situated in order to provide ...


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Chris R Roberts, Allan I Krauter, Michael A Pasik, John R Strom, Peter J Davis: Medical diagnostic instrument. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, March 2, 2010: US07670287 (2 worldwide citation)

A medical diagnostic instrument includes a housing containing at least one battery and a light source, such as a lamp, for illuminating a medical target. A switch includes a movable member that selectively moves at least one of the battery and the lamp into and out of electrical connection with the ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, March 18, 2014: USRE044806

An adapter for permitting a medical diagnostic instrument having an illumination source including at least one LED (light emitting diode) to be used with a power supply normally configured for use with a diagnostic instrument having at least one incandescent lamp as an illumination source. The adapt ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using leds as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, September 23, 2004: US20040183482-A1

An adapter for permitting a medical diagnostic instrument having an illumination source including at least one LED (light emitting diode) to be used with a power supply normally configured for use with a diagnostic instrument having at least one incandescent lamp as an illumination source. The adapt ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Michael A Pasik, John R Strom, Peter J Davis, Shawn A Briggman, Richard A Tamburrino: Illumination system for medical diagnostic instrument. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, September 23, 2004: US20040186352-A1

A compact medical diagnostic instrument includes at least one white LED which is coupled to a light guide made up of a single optical fiber or a bundle containing a small number of optical fibers to provide illumination of a medical target, such as the ear canal.


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Chris R Roberts, Allan I Krauter, Michael A Pasik, John R Strom, Peter J Davis: Medical diagnostic instrument. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, February 26, 2004: US20040039251-A1

A medical diagnostic instrument includes a housing containing at least one battery and a light source, such as a lamp, for illuminating a medical target. A switch includes a movable member that selectively moves at least one of the battery and the lamp into and out of electrical connection with the ...


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Chris R Roberts, Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Allan I Krauter, Shawn A Briggman, Michael A Pasik, Peter J Davis, John R Strom, Charles N Stewart, Jon R Salvati, Robert L Vivenzio: Electrical adapter for medical diagnostic instruments using replaceable LEDs as illumination sources. Welch Allyn, Marjama & Bilinski, September 20, 2007: US20070219417-A1

An LED for use with a medical diagnostic instrument having an adapter disposed between an instrument head and a hand-grippable handle, the LED being removably attachable in relation to the adapter in order to permit selective replacement of the LED, as needed. The LED is situated in order to provide ...


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Chris R Roberts, Allan I Krauter, Michael A Pasik, John R Strom, Peter J Davis: Medical diagnostic instrument. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, June 15, 2006: US20060129031-A1

A medical diagnostic instrument includes a housing containing at least one battery and a light source, such as a lamp, for illuminating a medical target. A switch includes a movable member that selectively moves at least one of the battery and the lamp into and out of electrical connection with the ...