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Peter Charles Stacy: Alternating pressure pads. KCI Licensing, August 16, 2005: US06928681 (46 worldwide citation)

An alternating pressure pad comprises at least two sets of inflatable cells, an air supply line to each set, a pump to circulate pressurized air through a circuit including the sets of cells and to return air from the cells to the pump, valve means for alternately causing inflation and deflation of ...


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Peter Charles Stacy: Rotary valve. June 3, 2003: US06571825 (18 worldwide citation)

A rotary valve for use in controlling an air supply to an inflatable patient support system, especially an alternating pressure mattress. The rotary valve comprises a body member having a planar surface and at least two apertures for communication with cells or sets of cells in the patient support s ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Christopher Guy Coward, Mark Stephen James Beard, Peter Charles Stacy, David George Whyte: Patient cooling enclosure. KCI Licensing, July 7, 2009: US07555792 (17 worldwide citation)

An apparatus to provide thermal control to a patient comprises a neck member having a surface defining at least one opening, the surface configured to be spaced apart from a neck area of the patient. The neck member includes an air inlet to receive cooled air from an air source. The at least one ope ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton, Christopher Guy Coward, Mark Stephen James Beard, Peter Charles Stacy, David George Whyte: Patient cooling enclosure. KCI Licensing, October 26, 2010: US07818835 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus to provide thermal control to a patient comprises a neck member having a surface defining at least one opening, the surface configured to be spaced apart from a neck area of the patient. The neck member includes an air inlet to receive cooled air from an air source. The at least one ope ...


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Heaton Keith Patrick, Coward Christopher Guy, Beard Mark Stephen James, Stacy Peter Charles Stacy, Whyte David George: Patient cooling enclosure. Kci Licensing, May 6, 2009: EP2053998-A2

An apparatus to provide thermal control to a patient comprises a neck member having a surface defining at least one opening, the surface configured to be spaced apart from a neck area of the patient. The neck member includes an air inlet to receive cooled air from an air source. The at least one ope ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton K, Christopher Guy Coward, Mark Stephen James Beard, Peter Charles Stacy, David George Whyte: Patient cooling enclosure. KCI Licensing, Legal Department Intellectual Property, Kinetic Concepts, March 29, 2007: US20070073369-A1

An apparatus to provide thermal control to a patient comprises a neck member having a surface defining at least one opening, the surface configured to be spaced apart from a neck area of the patient. The neck member includes an air inlet to receive cooled air from an air source. The at least one ope ...


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Peter Charles Stacy: Rotary valve. Kci Medical, Wayne J Colton, The Milam Building Suite 1032, September 5, 2002: US20020121307-A1

A rotary valve for use in controlling an air supply to an inflatable patient support system, especially an alternating pressure mattress. The rotary valve comprises a body member having a planar surface and at least two apertures for communication with cells or sets of cells in the patient support s ...


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Bruce L Phillips, John H Vrzalik, Jeffrey S Parker, Kenneth R Smith, Juan L Gonzalez, Kevin W Bendele, Michael R Oliva, Paul D Slimpin, Cesar Z Lina, Peter Charles Stacy, Mark Stephen James Beard, Godfrey Charles Alexander Robson: System and method for maintaining air inflatable mattress configuration. KCI Licensing, Legal Department Intellectual Property, Kinetic Concepts, August 17, 2006: US20060179579-A1

A system and method for maintaining an air inflation mattress configuration sufficient for patient support and comfort. Infrared illumination levels are measured within individual or groups of inflated mattress chambers. A staggered approach to illumination monitoring of chambers or sections to elim ...


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Keith Patrick Heaton K, Christopher Guy Coward, Mark Stephen James Beard, Peter Charles Stacy, David George Whyte: Patient Cooling Enclosure. Kci Licensing, Fulbright & Jaworski, August 27, 2009: US20090216304-A1

An apparatus to provide thermal control to a patient comprises a neck member having a surface defining at least one opening, the surface configured to be spaced apart from a neck area of the patient. The neck member includes an air inlet to receive cooled air from an air source. The at least one ope ...


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Heaton Keith Patrick, Coward Christopher Guy, Beard Mark Stephen James, Stacy Peter Charles Stacy, Whyte David George: Patient cooling enclosure. Kci Licensing, Heaton Keith Patrick, Coward Christopher Guy, Beard Mark Stephen James, Stacy Peter Charles Stacy, Whyte David George, MASSON Robert W, March 13, 2008: WO/2008/031027

An apparatus to provide thermal control to a patient comprises a neck member having a surface defining at least one opening, the surface configured to be spaced apart from a neck area of the patient. The neck member includes an air inlet to receive cooled air from an air source. The at least one ope ...