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Stephen C Jacobsen, Roland Wyatt, Stephen C Peterson, Tomasz J Petelenz: System for remote monitoring of personnel. Thorpe North & Western, March 6, 2001: US06198394 (442 worldwide citation)

A system for remotely monitoring personnel status includes a plurality of sensors disposable on a soldier or other person for developing signals which may be used to determine the physiologicalal status. The sensors communicate with a soldier unit which can process the information to ensure that the ...


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Stephen C Jacobsen, Aaron M Best, Tomasz J Petelenz: Disposable automatic injection device. Sarcos, Thorpe North & Western, July 11, 2000: US06086562 (230 worldwide citation)

An automatic injection device includes a drug-filled vessel having a flexible membrane over a first opening thereof and a puncturable seal in a wall thereof, a hollow needle attached at a first end to the flexible membrane and having a sharp end positioned proximate the puncturable seal housing. A p ...


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Stephen C Jacobsen, Tomasz J Petelenz, Stephen C Peterson: Wireless health monitoring system. Sarcos LC, Thorpe North & Western, December 12, 2000: US06160478 (186 worldwide citation)

A system for remotely monitoring a person's physical activity includes at least one accelerometer capable of measuring both the magnitude and direction of an acceleration. The acceleration data is processed to determine motion/position status and to decide whether there is a likelihood that the pers ...


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Stephen C Jacobsen, Aaron M Best, Tomasz J Petelenz, M Mary Sinnott: Disposable fluid injection module. Sarcos, Thorpe North & Western, April 4, 2000: US06045534 (165 worldwide citation)

An automated injection module is comprised of a housing, a piston drug capsule disposed within the housing, a piston core including a puncture seal membrane defining a reservoir for holding a drug between the puncture seal membrane and the piston drug capsule, an injection device having at least one ...


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Stephen C Jacobsen, Roland Wyatt, Stephen C Peterson, Tomasz J Petelenz: Multipathway electronically-controlled drug delivery system. Sarcos, Thorpe North & Western L, January 19, 1999: US05860957 (160 worldwide citation)

A low-profile multipathway automatic drug delivery system utilizing a battery powered control pad coupled to a disposable drug storage and delivery system and strapped to a patient's limb or torso. A preprogrammed or on-demand drug administration sequence is input to the control pad. When a drug is ...


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Tomasz J Petelenz, Robert L Stephen, Stephen C Jacobsen: Methods and apparatus for iontophoresis application of medicaments. The University of Utah Research Foundation, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, June 21, 1988: US04752285 (117 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for administering known quantities of medicaments by iontophoresis while avoiding burns caused by extremes in the pH of the medicament medium during passage of an electric current are disclosed. It has been found that, as iontophoresis progresses in conventional iontophoresis s ...


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Stephen C Jacobsen, Roland Wyatt, Stephen C Peterson, Tomasz J Petelenz: Multipathway electronically-controlled drug delivery system. Sarcos LC, Thorpe North & Western, December 26, 2000: US06165155 (109 worldwide citation)

A low-profile multipathway automatic drug delivery system utilizing a battery powered control pad coupled to a disposable drug storage and delivery system and strapped to a patient's limb or torso. A preprogrammed or on-demand drug administration sequence is input to the control pad. When a drug is ...


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Tomasz J Petelenz, Stephen C Peterson, Steven C Jacobsen: Elderly fall monitoring method and device. Sarcos L C, Thorpe North & Western, August 13, 2002: US06433690 (102 worldwide citation)

A method and system for recording acceleration and body position data from elderly or disabled persons. The fall monitoring system includes signal feature extraction and interpretive methods for characterizing accelerations and body positions during fall events. The system can detect health and life ...


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Lindsay B Lloyd, Jon E Beck, Tomasz J Petelenz, Stephen C Jacobsen: Method of making a hydratable bioelectrode. Iomed, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, January 25, 1994: US05281287 (82 worldwide citation)

A hydratable iontophoretic bioelectrode includes a plurality of layers of material capable of absorbing and holding an ionized fluid when placed in contact with the fluid. Adjacent layers are maintained at least partially out of contact from one another by disposition between the layers of spacing e ...


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Robert L Stephen, Tomasz J Petelenz, Stephen C Jacobsen: Method of iontophoretically treating acne, furuncles and like skin disorders. Iomed, Thorpe North & Western, December 25, 1990: US04979938 (60 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for treating acne, boils and similar skin disorders which are characterized by closed, blocked channels in the epidermis of the skin. The method comprises applying an applicator electrode on the skin of the person to be treated; providing a relatively small amount of water cont ...



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