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Peter A Crosby, Deborah L Morris, Mark M Soane: Apparatus and method for risk stratification of patients with chest pain of suspected cardiac origin. Ischemia Technologies, Swanson & Bratschun, July 11, 2006: US07074194 (17 worldwide citation)

The subject invention relates to the detection, diagnosis and risk stratification of clinical events such as acute coronary syndrome, in patients with signs and symptoms of suspected cardiac origin. In one embodiment, a clinical event in a patient is diagnosed by obtaining the patient's ECG, and at ...


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Richard M T Lu, Bruce M Steinhaus, Peter A Crosby: Automatic atrial pacing pulse threshold determination utilizing an external programmer and a V-sense electrode. Telectronics Pacing Systems, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, December 19, 1995: US05476486 (13 worldwide citation)

A clinical programming system is disclosed for use with an implanted cardiac pacemaker to automatically determine the minimum pacing energy which is necessary to evoke an atrial depolarization. The system utilizes a series of pacing pulses of progressively decreasing energies to stimulate the atrium ...


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James F Patrick, Peter A Crosby, Janusz A Kuzma, David K Money: Cochlear prosthesis test system. The Commonwealth of Australia, Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, June 11, 1985: US04522209 (10 worldwide citation)

A test system for a sealed, sterile package containing a cochlear prosthesis electrode. A light-emitting diode has its two leads in contact with at least two different conducting bands on the electrode. The prosthesis, which is externally-powered, is operated so as to supply a stimulus current betwe ...


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Peter A Crosby: Facsimile machine for printing documents all with corresponding edges aligned but without requiring scanning. Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, May 10, 1994: US05311607 (7 worldwide citation)

A facsimile machine which will print documents which have their corresponding edges aligned. Incoming data is stored in memory. A line of text, as it is bit mapped in memory, is identified. Line scans are taken through the upper and lower regions of the text line. Whichever group has the higher aver ...


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Peter A Crosby, Deborah L Morris, Mark M Soane: Apparatus and method for risk stratification of patients with chest pain of suspected cardiac origin. Ischemia Technologies, Swanson & Bratschun, January 6, 2005: US20050004485-A1

The subject invention relates to the detection, diagnosis and risk stratification of clinical events such as acute coronary syndrome, in patients with signs and symptoms of suspected cardiac origin. In one embodiment, a clinical event in a patient is diagnosed by obtaining the patient's ECG, and at ...


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Hollie Wayment, Gary Fagan, Peter A Crosby, Shannon George: Electrochemical detection of ischemia. Ischemia Technologies, Swanson & Bratschun, July 17, 2003: US20030132125-A1

The subject invention comprises electrochemical methods and devices for in vitro detection of an ischemic event in a patient sample. Following addition of a known amount of a transition metal ion to the patient sample, electrodes are used to measure the current or potential difference of non-sequest ...


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Peter A Crosby: Bar code readable diagnostic strip test. Swanson & Bratschun, July 3, 2003: US20030124738-A1

Diagnostic test devices, including diagnostic strip tests, are provided in which identifying information and the test result are machine-readable. Also provided are methods for obtaining identifying information and test results from the diagnostic test devices.


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Peter A Crosby, Deborah L Morris, Mark M Soane: Apparatus and methods for risk stratification of patients with chest pain of suspected cardiac origin. Ischemia Technologies, Swanson & Bratschun, June 22, 2006: US20060135875-A1

The subject invention relates to the detection, diagnosis and risk stratification of clinical events such as acute coronary syndrome, in patients with signs and symptoms of suspected cardiac origin. In one embodiment, a clinical event in a patient is diagnosed by obtaining the patient's ECG, and at ...


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Hollie Wayment, Gary Fagan, Peter A Crosby, Shannon George: Electrochemical detection of ischemia. Ischemia Technologies, Swanson & Bratschun, August 31, 2006: US20060191788-A1

The subject invention comprises electrochemical methods and devices for in vitro detection of an ischemic event in a patient sample. Following addition of a known amount of a transition metal ion to the patient sample, electrodes are used to measure the current or potential difference of non-sequest ...