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Kenneth G West, James B Moon, Nhedti L Colquitt, Herbert S Weiner, Eric G Petersen, William H Howell: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 8, 2003: US06544174 (318 worldwide citation)


A wireless patient monitor is adapted to communicate with any one of plural medical telemetry networks, each having one or more central stations, where each network is configured to communicate via wireless communications using one of multiple different communications settings. The monitor includes ...


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Kenneth G West, Nhedti L Colquitt, Herbert S Weiner, Eric G Petersen, William H Howell: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 8, 2003: US06544173 (305 worldwide citation)


A wireless medical telemetry system includes at least one wireless patient monitor configured to collect patient vital signs data, and at least one central station adapted to establish communications with the at least one patient monitor via a wireless transceiver, and to receive the patient vital s ...


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Eric G Petersen, Herbert S Weiner: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, September 9, 2003: US06616606 (190 worldwide citation)


A wireless medical telemetry system includes at least one wireless patient monitor configured to monitor a patient by collecting vital signs data from the patient, and a first central station associated with one or more wireless transceivers, and adapted to establish communications with the at least ...


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Herbert S Weiner, James B Moon, Nhedti L Colquitt, Eric G Petersen, William H Howell, Kenneth G West: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, January 24, 2006: US06988989 (111 worldwide citation)


A medical monitoring system includes a central station adapted to receive vital signs data concerning a plurality of patients, and one or more transmitter/receivers associated with the central station. At least one patient monitor is configured to monitor a particular one of the plurality of patient ...


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Peter Richardson: Gas sampling system. Welch Allyn Protocol, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, August 31, 2004: US06783573 (13 worldwide citation)


The present invention is directed to a gas sampling system for conducting respiratory gases from a patient respiratory gas output mechanism to a respiratory gas monitoring device. A gas sampling tube is coupled to an input connector. The gas sampling tube is configured to conduct the respiratory gas ...


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West Kenneth G, Moon James B, Colquitt Nhedti L, Weiner Herbert S, Petersen Eric G, Howell William H: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, WALL Thomas J, November 29, 2001: WO/2001/089362 (2 worldwide citation)


A wireless patient monitor (22) is adapted to communicate with any one of plural medical telemetry network (30), each having one or more central stations (24), where each network is configured to communicate via wireless communications using one of multiple different communications settings. The mon ...


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West Kenneth G, Moon James B, Colquitt Nhedti L, Weiner Herbert S, Petersen Eric G, Howell William H: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, April 7, 2004: EP1404213-A2


A wireless patient monitor is adapted to communicate with any one of plural medical telemetry networks, each having one or more central stations, where each network is configured to communicate via wireless communications using one of multiple different communications settings. The monitor includes ...


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Lane John A, Young David S, Quinn David E: Probe cover for thermometry apparatus. Welch Allyn Protocol, August 15, 2007: EP1817559-A1


A disposable cover for an elongated probe of a portable thermometry apparatus includes an open proximal end and a distal tip sized to fit over at least an axial portion of the elongated probe. The cover includes a transitional wall thickness at its proximal end for fitting over a holding barb of sai ...


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Richardson Peter: Gas sampling system. Welch Allyn Protocol, June 22, 2005: EP1542772-A1


The present invention is directed to a gas sampling system for conducting respiratory gases from a patient respiratory gas output mechanism to a respiratory gas monitoring device. The respiratory gas monitoring device is equipped with a monitor input connector. The gas sampling system includes an in ...



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