1
Gerhard Pross, Malte Schlueter: Method and system for monitoring vital signs. Hewlett Packard Company, September 6, 1994: US05343869 (417 worldwide citation)

A portable hand-held monitor (1) for monitoring vital signs is connected, via a single connector (7), with a cable (9). This cable ends up in a combiner (10) which, in turn, receives plugs (12a to 12d) leading, via cables (11a to 11d), to single sensors or transducers applied to a patient. Portable ...


2
Craig S Sellers: Ambulatory physiological monitor with removable disk cartridge and wireless modem. Burdick, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, October 21, 1997: US05678562 (290 worldwide citation)

An ambulatory physiological monitor includes a high capacity, plug connectable magnetic disk cartridge for storing physiological data and analysis software. The disk cartridge is easily removable from the monitor and is connectable to a remote computer for analysis of the physiological data using th ...


3
Thomas Ying Ching Lo, Yuh Snow Tsai: EKG based heart rate monitor. Salutron, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 14, 1998: US05738104 (217 worldwide citation)

A heart rate monitor for calculating heart rate based upon EKG signals. The monitor preferably utilizes 3 electrodes to pick up EKG signals and a differential amplifier to cancel common mode signals in the output of the electrode. An analog bandpass filter comprised of a low pass and high pass filte ...


4
Mitchell M Rohde: Portable modular diagnostic medical device. Mitchell Rohde, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, March 2, 1999: US05876351 (213 worldwide citation)

A portable modular diagnostic medical device. The medical device is based on a portable multipurpose computerized platform, such as those designed primarily for playing video games. A medical component such as a cartridge is removably connected to the platform, and has specialized circuitry specific ...


5
William H Righter, Andrew J Nicoll, Harold L Kennedy: Portable, multi-channel ECG data monitor/recorder. Ralin, Leydig Voit & Mayer, November 22, 1994: US05365935 (121 worldwide citation)

A portable apparatus having electronic circuitry for selectively monitoring and recording a user's electrocardiographic (ECG) data signals, wherein a first conductive electrode is disposed on a first surface of the apparatus casing for contact with an ECG lead position on the user's body and second ...


6
Harry Louis Platt, Vladimir Jankov: Remote monitoring apparatus for medical conditions. Harry Louis Platt, Edwin D Schindler, November 26, 2002: US06485416 (71 worldwide citation)

A physiological monitoring apparatus comprising a cellular phone handset connected to a cellular phone network is disclosed. The handset includes a removable battery container (


7
Brett Cross, Shannon Fong, Stacy E Gehman, Kim J Hansen, Earl C Herleikson, Steven C Hugh, Thomas D Lyster, Thomas A Solosko: Handheld, repositionable ECG detector. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, W Brinton Yorks Jr, November 20, 2012: US08315687 (46 worldwide citation)

An ECG monitoring device comprises an integral handheld device including a ECG electronic module and an electrode patch having a plurality of electrodes which contact a subject by conductive hydrogel. A release liner covers and protects the hydrogel prior to use and is removed to expose the hydrogel ...


8
Robert A Fabrizio: Age-based heart rate target zone method and apparatus. Acumen, Crowell & Moring, February 5, 2002: US06345197 (44 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus utilizes conventional wireless heart rate monitor technology by providing a person with the ability to set upper and lower heart rates, i.e. a target zone, merely by inputting his or her age. Depending upon the physical conditioning of the user, the upper and/or lower limits c ...


9
Yun Yang, Azin Sahabi: Modular wearable sensor device. VITAL CONNECT, Sawyer Law Group P C, March 8, 2016: US09277864 (43 worldwide citation)

A wearable sensor and method for providing a wearable sensor are disclosed. In a first aspect, the wearable sensor comprises at least one power source and a first module coupled to the at least one power source. The first module includes a first outer shell and a first printed circuit board (PCB) wi ...


10
Robert A Fabrizio: Age-based heart rate target zone method and apparatus. Acumen, Evenson McKeown Edwards & Lenahan P L L C, December 19, 2000: US06163718 (40 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus utilizes conventional wireless heart rate monitor technology by providing a person with the ability to set upper and lower heart rates, i.e. a target zone, merely by inputting his or her age. Depending upon the physical conditioning of the user, the upper and/or lower limits c ...