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Faisandier; Yves
Montrouge, FR
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6456872 Holter-type apparatus for recording physiological signals indicative of cardiac activity September 24, 2002
A Holter-type apparatus for the recording of physiological signals indicative of cardiac activity. This apparatus has a base unit formed of a flexible sheet carrying the electrodes collecting the physiological signals and the conductive connection elements connected to the electrodes
4137940 Liquid flow control apparatus February 6, 1979
There is disclosed liquid flow control apparatus (particularly for use where the flow takes place in the form of drops over at least part of the flow path). A valve in the flow path is controlled by a servo system in dependence on the difference between desired and actual rate of flow

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