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Richard B Stacy, Daniel Stevens, Karen Janoff, Thomas Uzzie, Jonathan H Mueller, John Alan Bobay, Dennis Flessate, Reza Hakamiun, Charles A Lachenbruch, Sohrab Soltani, Gregory Branson, Kenith W Chambers, Rebecca Anne Ginther, Stephen L Douglas, Eric R Meyer, Christopher R O Keefe, Bradley T Wilson, Darrell Borgman, Rachel Hopkins King: Patient support. Hill Rom Services, Kenneth C Baran, February 9, 2010: US07657956 (43 worldwide citation)

This disclosure described a patient support having an air permeable layer, a plurality of inflatable bladders, a pressure-sensing assembly and a controller. In one embodiment, a combination of transverse bladders and vertically oriented can-shaped bladders is provided. In one embodiment, one or more ...


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Sandy M Richards, Christopher R O Keefe, Bradley T Wilson, Kenith W Chambers, Mayur Yermaneni, Gregory W Branson, Michael Z Sleva, Karen M Gove, Andrew F Skinner, Stephen R Schulte, Todd P O Neal, Rachel Hopkins King, Teresa M Mirabella, Paula M Cooper, Eric R Meyer: Pulmonary mattress. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, February 7, 2012: US08108957 (32 worldwide citation)

A patient support surface including a cover defining an interior region, a layer of three dimensional material, located at the interior region, and an air circulation device disposed adjacent the layer of three dimensional material. The patient support surface includes at least one of a percussion d ...


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John A Bobey, Gregory W Branson, Colin Clarke, Rachel Hopkins King, David Lokhorst, Eric R Meyer, Jonathan H Mueller, Todd P O Neal, Robert Petrosenko, Stephen R Schulte, Andrew F Skinner, Michael Z Sleva, Sohrab Soltani, Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Mayur Yermaneni: Patient support. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, April 20, 2010: US07698765 (30 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes certain exemplary embodiments of a patient support having a plurality of vertically-oriented or substantially can-shaped inflatable bladders. In one embodiment, the patient support includes a plurality of pressure sensors positioned underneath the bladders. In another embod ...


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Keith A Huster, Gregory W Branson, Todd P O Neal, Mayur Yermaneni, Daniel G Chase, Karen M Gove, Timothy J Ikeler, Stephen R Schulte, Rachel Hopkins King, Teresa Maria Mirabella: High frequency chest wall oscillation system. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, June 11, 2013: US08460223 (23 worldwide citation)

An therapy system is operable to deliver a plurality of respiratory therapies to the patient and has an assessment system operable to assess the efficacy of at least one of the respiratory therapies. The therapy system may be operable to deliver any one or more of the following therapies: a positive ...


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John A Bobey, Gregory W Branson, Colin Clarke, Rachel Hopkins King, David Lokhorst, Eric R Meyer, Jonathan H Mueller, Todd P O Neal, Robert Petrosenko, Stephen R Schulte, Andrew F Skinner, Michael Z Sleva, Sohrab Soltani, Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Mayur Yermaneni: Patient support. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, April 3, 2012: US08146191 (22 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes a mattress having a plurality of vertically-oriented inflatable bladders and a pneumatic box located inside the mattress. In one embodiment, the patient support includes a plurality of pressure sensors positioned underneath the bladders. In still another embodiment, the pat ...


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Sandy M Richards, Christopher R O Keefe, Bradley T Wilson, Kenith W Chambers, Mayur Yermaneni, Gregory W Branson, Michael Z Sleva, Karen M Gove, Andrew F Skinner, Stephen R Schulte, Todd P O Neal, Rachel Hopkins King, Teresa M Mirabella, Paula M Cooper, Eric R Meyer: Pulmonary mattress. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, November 19, 2013: US08584279 (14 worldwide citation)

A patient support surface including a cover defining an interior region, a layer of three dimensional material, located at the interior region, and an air circulation device disposed adjacent the layer of three dimensional material. The patient support surface includes at least one of a percussion d ...


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Richard B Stacy, Daniel Stevens, Karen Janoff, Jonathan H Mueller, John Alan Bobey, Dennis Flessate, Reza Hakamiun, Charles A Lachenbruch, Sohrab Soltani, Gregory Branson, Kenith W Chambers, Rebecca Anne Ginther, Stephen L Douglas, Eric R Meyer, Christopher R O Keefe, Bradley T Wilson, Darrell Borgman, Rachel Hopkins King: Patient support with orientation sensitive air bladder control. Hill Rom Services, Kenneth C Baran, September 16, 2014: US08832884 (3 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes a patient support having an air permeable layer, a plurality of inflatable bladders, a pressure-sensing assembly and a controller. In one embodiment, a combination of transverse bladders and vertically oriented can-shaped bladders is provided. In one embodiment, one or more ...


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Keith A Huster, Gregory W Branson, Todd P O Neal, Mayur Yermaneni, Daniel G Chase, Karen M Gove, Timothy J Ikeler, Stephen R Schulte, Rachel Hopkins King, Teresa Maria Mirabella: High frequency chest wall oscillation system. HILL ROM SERVICES, Barnes & Thornburg, May 15, 2018: US09968511 (1 worldwide citation)

A therapy system is operable to deliver at least one respiratory therapy to a patient. For example, therapy system may be operable to deliver any one or more of the following therapies: a high frequency chest wall oscillation (HFCWO) therapy, a positive expiratory pressure (PEP) therapy, a nebulizer ...


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Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Karen Janoff, Jonathan H Mueller, John Alan Bobey, Dennis Flessate, Reza Hakamiun, Charles A Lachenbruch, Sohrab Soltani, Gregory W Branson, Kenith W Chambers, Rebecca Anne Ginther, Stephen L Douglas, Eric R Meyer, Christopher R O Keefe, Bradley T Wilson, Darrell Borgman, Rachel Hopkins King: Patient support with an air permeable layer with air flow through the air permeable layer controlled as a function of pressure sensed at a pressure sensing layer. Hill Rom Services, November 20, 2018: US10130539

A patient support includes a cover defining an interior region, an air permeable first layer located in the interior region, at least one air supply coupled to the first layer to provide air flow through the first layer, a support layer located beneath the air permeable first layer, a pressure sensi ...


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Richard B Stacy, Daniel K Stevens, Karen Janoff, Jonathan H Mueller, John Alan Bobey, Dennis Flessate, Reza Hakamiun, Charles A Lachenbruch, Sohrab Soltani, Gregory W Branson, Kenith W Chambers, Rebecca Anne Ginther, Stephen L Douglas, Eric R Meyer, Christopher R O Keefe, Bradley T Wilson, Darrell Borgman, Rachel Hopkins King: Patient support with air bladder control sensitive to an orientation angle sensor. Hill Rom Services, Kenneth C Baran, October 16, 2018: US10098798

A patient support includes a cover defining an interior region, an air permeable first layer located in the interior region within the cover, a first air supply coupled to the first layer to provide air flow through the first layer, air bladders including a head zone and a seat zone located beneath ...