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Mark J Bly, Badri Amurthur, Kristofer J James, Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Corventis, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, October 9, 2012: US08285356 (100 worldwide citation)

An adherent device to monitor a patient for an extended period comprises a breathable tape. The breathable tape comprises a porous material with an adhesive coating to adhere the breathable tape to a skin of the patient. At least one electrode is affixed to the breathable tape and capable of electri ...


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Mark J Bly, Badri Amurthur, Kristofer J James, Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Corventis, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, February 14, 2012: US08116841 (60 worldwide citation)

An adherent device to monitor a patient for an extended period comprises a breathable tape. The breathable tape comprises a porous material with an adhesive coating to adhere the breathable tape to a skin of the patient. At least one electrode is affixed to the breathable tape and capable of electri ...


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Mark J Bly, Badri Amurthur, Kristofer J James, Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Corventis, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, August 26, 2014: US08818481 (36 worldwide citation)

An adherent device to monitor a patient for an extended period comprises a breathable tape. The breathable tape comprises a porous material with an adhesive coating to adhere the breathable tape to a skin of the patient. At least one electrode is affixed to the breathable tape and capable of electri ...


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Manicka Yatheendhar D, Amurthur Badri, Bly Mark J, James Kristofer J, Libbus Imad, Mazar Scott T, Wang Jerry S: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Corventis, Manicka Yatheendhar D, Amurthur Badri, Bly Mark J, James Kristofer J, Libbus Imad, Mazar Scott T, Wang Jerry S, SHIMMICK John K, March 19, 2009: WO/2009/036313 (6 worldwide citation)

An adherent device to monitor a patient comprises an adhesive patch to adhere to a skin of the patient. At least four electrodes are connected to the patch and capable of electrically coupling to the patient. Impedance circuitry is coupled to the at least four electrodes to measure a hydration signa ...


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Robert A Connor: Smart watch and food utensil for monitoring food consumption. Medibotics, January 3, 2017: US09536449 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention is a device and system for monitoring a person's food consumption comprising: a wearable sensor that automatically collects data to detect eating events; a smart food utensil, probe, or dish that collects data concerning the chemical composition of food which the person is prompted to ...


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Mark J Bly, Badri Amurthur, Kristofer J James, Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Medtronic Monitoring, Billion & Armitage, Michael A Collins, September 26, 2017: US09770182

An adherent device to monitor a patient for an extended period comprises a breathable tape. The breathable tape comprises a porous material with an adhesive coating to adhere the breathable tape to a skin of the patient. At least one electrode is affixed to the breathable tape and capable of electri ...


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Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Rich Fogoros: Adherent cardiac monitor with advanced sensing capabilities. Medtronic Monitoring, Billion & Armitage, Michael A Collins, February 28, 2017: US09579020

An adherent device comprises an adhesive patch with at least two electrodes and an accelerometer. The accelerometer can be used to determine an orientation of the at least two measurement electrodes on a patient. By determining the orientation of the electrodes of the patch on the patient, physiolog ...


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Scott T Mazar, Mark J Bly: Injectable physiological monitoring system. Medtronic Monitoring, Billion & Armitage, Michael A Collins, January 10, 2017: US09538960

An injectable device for use in a subcutaneous physiological monitoring of a patient includes a body, a plurality of sensors, and a monitoring unit. The plurality of sensors provide an indication of at least one physiological event of a patient, wherein the plurality of sensors includes two or more ...


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Rodolphe Katra, Niranjan Chakravarthy, Imad Libbus: Method and apparatus for remote detection and monitoring of functional chronotropic incompetence. Medtronic Monitoring, Billion & Armitage, Michael A Collins, April 11, 2017: US09615757

Methods and apparatus to determine the presence of and track functional chronotropic incompetence (hereinafter “CI”) in an in-home setting under conditions of daily living. The functional CI of the patient may be determined with one or more of a profile of measured patient heart rates, a measured ma ...


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Arthur Lai, Jonathan Engel, Senthil Swaminathan, Thomas Piaget, Brett A Landrum, Scott Williams, Abhi Chavan: Separable monitoring device and method. Medtronic Monitoring, Billion & Armitage, Michael A Collins, December 26, 2017: US09848779

A patient monitoring device includes reusable and disposable portions. The disposable portion includes two or more electrodes for coupling to the skin of the patient, a battery, and a first set of electrical contacts. The reusable portion includes a processor, memory, a second set of electrical cont ...



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