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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher D Kasabach: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, March 28, 2006: US07020508 (608 worldwide citation)

A detecting apparatus includes a housing support section(s), a housing removably attached thereto, one or more sensors and a processor. An alternate apparatus measures heat flux and includes a known resistivity base member, a processing unit and two temperature measuring devices, one in thermal comm ...


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John M Stivoric, John L Moss, Christopher D Kasabach, Scott K Boehmke, Mark Zaremsky, Vanessa Sica: System for monitoring health, wellness and fitness having a method and apparatus for improved measurement of heat flow. BodyMedia, Barry I Friedman, Metz Lewis, July 22, 2003: US06595929 (464 worldwide citation)

Means and methods for measuring heat flux between a living body and an ambient atmosphere and for generating information related thereto. Means include a heat pipe configuration comprising at least one heat conduit in thermal communication with a heat flux sensor and a surface of a living body. Meth ...


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Jonathan Farringdon, John M Stivoric, Eric Teller, David Andre, Scott K Boehmke, James Gasbarro, Gregory Kovacs, Raymond Pelletier, Christopher Kasabach: Method and apparatus for measuring heart related parameters. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, March 10, 2009: US07502643 (260 worldwide citation)

A monitor device and associated methodology are disclosed which provide a self contained, relatively small and continuously wearable package for the monitoring of heart related parameters, including ECG. The detection of heart related parameters is predicated on the location of inequipotential signa ...


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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher Kasabach: Adhesively mounted apparatus for determining physiological and contextual status. BodyMedia, Kokka & Backus PC, October 27, 2015: US09168001 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises an apparatus for determining the contextual or physiological status of the individual wearing the apparatus. The apparatus is designed to be consumable or disposable. In most embodiments the invention comprises an adhesive housing. In some embodiments, two different sensors a ...


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Jeff Christian, Ryan Christian, James A Gasbarro, Scott K Boehmke, John Lippert: Micro-cutting systems for forming cuts in products. Scientia Vascular, Workman Nydegger, May 30, 2017: US09662798 (1 worldwide citation)

Micro-cutting machines for forming cuts in catheters, guidewires, and similar products, are disclosed, including a micro-cutting machine that can directly control the dimensions of the resultant beams being cut into products, and that can capture images of each cut for feedback control and accuracy ...


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Jeff Christian, Ryan Christian, James A Gasbarro, Scott K Boehmke, John Lippert: Micro-cutting machine for forming cuts in products. Next Vascular, Workman Nydegger, June 25, 2013: US08468919 (1 worldwide citation)

Micro-cutting machines for forming cuts in catheters, guidewires, and similar products, are disclosed, including a micro-cutting machine that can directly control the dimensions of the resultant beams being cut into products, and that can capture images of each cut for feedback control and accuracy ...


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Brian Thomas Kirby, Scott K Boehmke, Yoonki Peter Park, James A Gasbarro: Rotary data coupler. Uber Technologies, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, January 8, 2019: US10177820

Various examples are directed to a rotary coupler and methods of use thereof. The rotary data coupler may comprise a transmitter and receiver. The transmitter may comprise a first band and a second transmitter band. The receiver may comprise a receiver housing positioned to rotate relative to the fi ...


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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher Kasabach: Adhesively mounted apparatus for determining physiological and contextual status. BodyMedia, Kokka & Backus PC, March 17, 2015: US08979763

The invention comprises an apparatus for determining the contextual or physiological status of the individual wearing the apparatus. The apparatus is designed to be consumable or disposable. In most embodiments the invention comprises an adhesive housing. In some embodiments, two different sensors a ...


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John M Stivoric, Scott K Boehmke, Eric Teller, Christopher D Kasabach: Apparatus for detecting human physiological and contextual information. BodyMedia, Phillip E Levy Esq, Metz Lewis, November 23, 2006: US20060264730-A1

The invention comprises an apparatus for determining the contextual or physiological status of the individual wearing the apparatus. The apparatus is designed to be consumable or disposable. In most embodiments the invention comprises an adhesive housing. In some embodiments, two different sensors a ...