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Kenneth N Matsumura: Device for computer-assisted monitoring of the body. September 24, 1991: US05050612 (1030 worldwide citation)

A device for computer-assisted monitoring of body temperature and for detection of ovulation, for detection and treatment of life-threatening cardiac ischemia and arrythmia, and for detection and correction of abnormal elevation of glucose.


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Marcus Besson, Gotthart von Czettriz, Ralph Bax: Wireless medical diagnosis and monitoring equipment. Collard & Roe P C, September 28, 1999: US05957854 (817 worldwide citation)

A medical diagnosis and monitoring equipment has wireless electrodes, which are attached to the surface of the skin of the patient. The electrodes comprise a digital transmitting and receiving unit with antenna and microsensors. The electrodes can be used, among other things, for decting EEG- and EX ...


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Stephen J Brown: Monitoring system for remotely querying individuals. Health Hero Network, Lumen Intellectual Property Services, April 27, 1999: US05897493 (733 worldwide citation)

A monitoring system for remotely querying an individual includes a central computer system and at least one remote apparatus. The central computer system includes a server and a workstation networked to the server for entering a set of queries to be answered by the individual. The server includes a ...


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Mohamed K Diab, Rex McCarthy: Signal processing apparatus and method. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 2, 2004: US06699194 (609 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus to analyze two measured signals that are modeled as containing desired and undesired portions such as noise, FM and AM modulation. Coefficients relate the two signals according to a model defined in accordance with the present invention. In one embodiment, a transformation ...


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Mohamed Kheir Diab, Esmaiel Kiani Azarbayjany: Signal processing apparatus and method. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 14, 2000: US06036642 (564 worldwide citation)

A signal processor which acquires a first signal, including a first desired signal portion and a first undesired signal portion, and a second signal, including a second desired signal portion and a second undesired signal portion, wherein the first and second desired signal portions are correlated. ...


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Brendan Branigan: Low noise finger cot probe. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 16, 1994: US05337744 (562 worldwide citation)

A low cost, disposable oximetric sensor including a finger cot probe to facilitate either the transillumination or transreflectance and the detection of optical energy emitted towards a patient's finger without subjecting the finger to deformation. The finger is received within a receptacle having a ...


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Mohamed Kheir Diab, Esmaiel Kiani Azarbayjany: Signal processing apparatus and method. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 27, 2001: US06206830 (557 worldwide citation)

A signal processor which acquires a first signal, including a first desired signal portion and a first undesired signal portion, and a second signal, including a second desired signal portion and a second undesired signal portion, wherein the first and second desired signal portions are correlated. ...


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K Collin McIvor, James L Cabernoch, Kevin D Branch, Nannette M Van Antwerp, Edgardo C Halili, John J Mastrototaro: Glucose sensor package system. Medtronic MiniMed, Medtronic MiniMed, February 18, 2003: US06520326 (544 worldwide citation)

A glucose sensor package system that includes a glucose sensor and a protective package that indicates exposure to temperature changes to indicate proper temperature control. Also covered are methods of transporting and sterilizing the package. In addition, glucose sensors directed to various sizing ...


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Daniel David, Zipora David: Ambulatory patient health monitoring techniques utilizing interactive visual communication. Banner & Allegretti, August 15, 1995: US05441047 (525 worldwide citation)

An ambulatory (in the home) patient health monitoring system is disclosed wherein the patient is monitored by a health care worker at a central station, while the patient is at a remote location. The patient may be a person having a specific medical condition monitored or may be an elderly person de ...


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Marvin A Sackner, D Michael Inman: Physiologic signs feedback system. Nims, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, April 4, 2000: US06047203 (508 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive physiologic signs monitoring device includes a garment with electrocardiogram electrodes and various inductive plethysmographic sensors sewn, embroidered, embedded, or otherwise attached to the garment with an adhesive. The garment is in the form of a shirt. When the garment is fitted ...