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Robert Bornn, Jeff L Levinsky, Robert D Ricks, Laura A Worth: Cardiorespiratory alert system. Somnus Corporation, Limbach & Limbach, September 20, 1994: US05348008 (387 worldwide citation)

A cardiorespiratory alert system is described which comprises a patient unit which communicates with a caregiver unit, via an optional central base station in a Hospital Configuration, or via a base station in an Alternate Site/Home Configuration. A number of techniques are employed, including 1) wi ...


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Robert Bornn, Jeff L Levinsky, Robert D Ricks, Laura A Worth: Method of identifying valid signal-carrying channels in a cardiorespiratory alert system. VitalScan, Limbach & Limbach L, October 15, 1996: US05564429 (317 worldwide citation)

A cardiorespiratory alert system is described which comprises a patient unit which communicates with a caregiver unit, via an optional central base station in a Hospital Configuration, or via a base station in an Alternate Site/Home Configuration. A number of techniques are employed to provide a sys ...


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Robert D Ricks, Robert Bornn, David B Hurt: Portable, multi-channel, physiological data monitoring system. Advanced Medical Technologies, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, November 15, 1988: US04784162 (254 worldwide citation)

A data monitoring system which simultaneously monitors, transmits by radio an records data relating to a plurality of physiological parameters comprises a portable sensor unit which is worn by the patient and includes a plurality of sensors attached to the patient's body each of which monitors a phy ...


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Robert Bornn, Robert D Ricks: Portable, multi-channel, physiological data monitoring system. Advanced Medical Technologies, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, May 9, 1989: US04827943 (153 worldwide citation)

The system of the present invention provides a link between the caregiver and the subject being monitored which utilizes an intermediate base station and redundant signal paths between the base station and the caregiver. The caregiver wears a unit which receives signals from the base station. Signal ...


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John W Hines, Christopher J Somps, Robert D Ricks, Carsten W Mundt: Advanced sensor systems for biotelemetry. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Robert M Padilla, Kenneth L Warsh, Carla M Wong, June 24, 2003: US06582365 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to telemetry-based sensing systems that continuously measures physical, chemical and biological parameters. More specifically, these sensing systems comprise a small, modular, low-power implantable biotelemetry system capable of continuously sensing physiological charac ...