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Gregory Alan Colla, John William Ernest Brydon: Monitoring the occurrence of apneic and hypopneic arousals. ResMed, Holland & Hart, July 18, 2000: US06091973 (164 worldwide citation)

The occurrence of an arousal in a patient associated with an apneic or hypopneic episode can be determined. Sensors are placed on a patient to obtain signals representative of at least two physiological variables, for example skin conductance, heart rate, and blood oxygen concentration. The signals ...


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Gregory Alan Colla, John William Ernest Brydon: Monitoring the occurrence of apneic and hypopneic arousals. ResMed, Pillsbury Winthrop, March 26, 2002: US06363270 (112 worldwide citation)

The occurrence of an arousal in a patient associated with an apneic or hypopneic episode car be determined. Sensors are placed on a patient to obtain signals representative of at least two physiological variables, for example skin conductance, heart rate and blood oxygen concentration. The signals a ...


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Colla Gregory Alan, Brydon John William Ernest: Monitoring the occurrence of apneic and hypopneic arousals. Resmed, Colla Gregory Alan, Brydon John William Ernest, SPRUSON GPO Box 3898 Sydney NSW 2001, October 17, 1996: WO/1996/032055

The occurrence of an arousal in a patient associated with an apneic or hypopneic episode can be determined. Sensors (10) are placed on a patient to obtain signals representative of at least two physiological variables, for example skin conductance, heart rate and blood oxygen concentration. The sign ...