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Robert Mark Zerhusen, Ryan A Reeder, John D Vogel, Michael E Cerimele, Carl W Riley, Timothy D Wildman: Patient point-of-care computer system. Hill Rom Services, Bose McKinney & Evans, December 26, 2006: US07154397 (196 worldwide citation)

A point-of-care computer system includes a display positioned in a point-of-care location, a computer coupled to the display, and a network coupled to the computer to enable the computer to access information stored in a remote location.


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Lawrence E Luff, Ryan A Reeder: Hand-held controller for bed and mattress assembly. PaTMarK Company, Barnes & Thornburg, December 28, 1999: US06008598 (133 worldwide citation)

A hand-held controller is provided for controlling at least one function of a bed and mattress assembly. The hand-held controller includes a button engageable to control the at least one function of the bed and mattress assembly, and a display configured to provide feedback to a user regarding the a ...


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Ryan A Reeder, David C Bester, John H Oldiges: Clam shell armrest. Midmark Corporation, Biebel French & Nauman, October 9, 1990: US04961610 (111 worldwide citation)

A chair having a seat, an adjustable back, and pivotable armrests. The armrests are pivotally mounted such that a front portion of the armrests may be pivoted in a horizontal plane toward a person seated in the chair. A locking lever is provided such that the rotation of the lever will lock the armr ...


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L Dale Foster, Ryan A Reeder: Ventilator and care cart each capable of nesting within and docking with a hospital bed base. Hill Rom Company, Wood Herron & Evans, August 9, 1994: US05335651 (109 worldwide citation)

A hospital bed supported on a wheeled base, and a ventilator supported on a wheeled cart and docked to the base of the bed, the combination of ventilator and bed capable of being rolled as a single unit. The ventilator cart includes a wheeled base, and supports connected to the base for supporting a ...


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L Dale Foster, Ryan A Reeder: Low air loss mattress with rigid internal bladder and lower air pallet. Hill Rom Company, Barnes & Thornburg, January 16, 1996: US05483709 (107 worldwide citation)

A mattress has an upper patient supporting low air loss bladder for ventilating and preventing skin degeneration of a patient supported thereby, an intermediate rigidly inflatable static bladder which becomes relatively rigid upon inflation to aid in transferring or weighing a patient, and a lower h ...


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L Dale Foster, Ryan A Reeder, John D Vogel: Hospital bed. Hill Rom Company, Barnes & Thornburg, November 26, 1996: US05577279 (106 worldwide citation)

A hospital bed has a base with casters, a main frame mounted above the base, a patient support platform movably mounted on the main frame including a leg panel, and a toilet module disposed beneath the patient support platform and normally concealed by the leg panel. The platform moves toward a head ...


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Robyn P Washburn, Ryan A Reeder, Larry E Luff, Ares Marasligiller, James R Stolpmann, Roger D Dalton, Steven R Westerfeld, Steven E Weigold: Mattress structure. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, April 30, 2002: US06378152 (105 worldwide citation)

A variable firmness mattress structure includes a plurality of longitudinally spaced apart, transversely extending air bladders and an air supply for filling each bladder to a respective desired air pressure to support a user at a desired mattress firmness. A control system for the variable firmness ...


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Robyn P Washburn, Ryan A Reeder, Larry E Luff, Ares Marasligiller, James R Stolpmann, Roger D Dalton, Steven R Westerfeld, Steven E Weigold: Mattress structure. Sleep Options, Barnes & Thornburg, October 6, 1998: US05815865 (103 worldwide citation)

According to the present invention, a plurality of mattress structure components are arranged for selective assembly to provide a customized mattress structure at the point of sale to accommodate the musculoskeletal condition and interface pressure preference of the user. The mattress structure comp ...


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L Dale Foster, Ryan A Reeder: Ventilator, care cart and motorized transport each capable of nesting within and docking with a hospital bed base. Hill Rom Company, Wood Herron & Evans, August 16, 1994: US05337845 (99 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for motorized transport of the hospital bed and care cart docks to the head end of the bed and has a drive wheel, a motor propelling the drive wheel, a joy stick type potentiometer for controlling the speed and direction of the drive wheel and handles for grasping the apparatus and maneuve ...


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Lawrence E Luff, Ryan A Reeder: Hand-held controller for bed and mattress assembly. Hill Rom Services, Barnes & Thornburg, May 28, 2002: US06396224 (99 worldwide citation)

A hand-held controller is used to control an apparatus that supports a person. The hand-held controller includes a display that displays graphical images pertaining to functions of the apparatus. An illustrative apparatus comprises a frame and a mattress supported by the frame.