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Randall T Brunts: GPS based time determining system and method. Delco Electronics Corporation, Jimmy L Funke, March 3, 1998: US05724316 (346 worldwide citation)

An audio entertainment/navigation system with updated time readings is provided especially for a mobile user. The navigation system receives GPS position information signals which are processed to determine current position latitude and longitude coordinates and direction of travel. A destination da ...


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Ronald Pastore: Combination rear view mirror and digital clock. Richard L Miller, May 13, 1986: US04588267 (312 worldwide citation)

An improved rear view mirror which may contain any of a wide variety of indicator instruments such as a clock, speedometer, etc. Use of this improved mirror improves driving safety in that the driver does not have to divert his attention and visual eye contact downward to see a normal instrument clu ...


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Gregory J Winksy, Michael Woolf, Jules Egyud: Hand held electronic music encyclopedia with text and note structure search. Franklin Electronic Publishers Incorporated, McAulay Fisher Nissen Goldberg & Kiel, April 14, 1998: US05739451 (272 worldwide citation)

A hand held electronic music reference machine includes a platform having a keyboard and a display for displaying text. A database removably or permanently mounted to the platform has a first memory portion storing, for each of a multiplicity of songs, selected lyrics and identification information ...


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Carlos de la Huerga: Interactive medication container. Telaric L L C, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, March 4, 2003: US06529446 (269 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an interactive medication container or console that hold or otherwise organizes one or more medication vials or containers. Each vial has a memory strip containing medication and prescription information. Each vial can also include a reminder unit that is attached to and po ...


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Mark Alan Huemoeller, John Walter Huemoeller II: Personal activity scheduling apparatus. Humware, Duft Graziano & Forest P C, December 29, 1998: US05855006 (264 worldwide citation)

The personal activity scheduling system accesses data from various sources to provide the user with information that is required to enable the user to conveniently and expeditiously schedule activities without requiring access to other sources of information. The personal activity scheduling system ...


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Edward D Weinberger: Programmable medication dispensing system. Polypharm, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, April 18, 1995: US05408443 (232 worldwide citation)

A medication-dispensing system includes a prescribing data entry station for use by a physician to store prescription information in a portable prescribing module, a dispensing data entry station for use by a pharmacist to store dispensing information in a portable dispensing data storage unit, and ...


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Carlos de la Huerga: Interactive label for medication containers and dispensers. Sokol Law Office, December 22, 1998: US05852590 (217 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a multi-piece, automated medication container having a first piece with an interactive label and a machine readable and writable electronic memory strip. The memory strip contains prescription information, medication information and program codes that are downloaded to a se ...


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Bruce A Kehr: Method of and apparatus for monitoring the management of disease. InforMedix, William D Hall, July 1, 1997: US05642731 (217 worldwide citation)

The present invention monitors the disease process and health of a patient undergoing drug treatment. A microprocessor-based medication dispenser provides for recording a variety of clinical information data; such as illness symptoms, side effects, general health ratings, adverse drug interactions, ...


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Carlos de la Huerga: Multi-vial medication organizer and dispenser. Telaric L L C, Sokol Law Office, July 10, 2001: US06259654 (181 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a medication container that organizes several vials or cassettes of different types of medication by securing the vials to a unitary lid. A machine readable memory strip is affixed to each vial. Each memory strip contains prescription information and medication information ...



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