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Inventor:
Li; Luya
Address:
Coquitlam, CA
No. of patents:
6
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7455643 Continuous non-invasive blood pressure measurement apparatus and methods providing automatic rec November 25, 2008
A blood pressure measurement system is configured to perform a calibration automatically when a calibration condition is satisfied. The calibration condition is based upon one or more parameters of pulse waves of a subject. The parameters may include pulse wave area; a time difference
7263396 Ear sensor assembly August 28, 2007
A sensor assembly for monitoring physiological characteristics interfaces to a subject's ear. The sensor assembly has a projection that projects into the subject's concha. The projection may have a notch to accommodate the subject's anti-tragus. A clip connected to the projection holds a
7248910 Physiological parameter monitoring system and sensor assembly for same July 24, 2007
A detachable sensor assembly for use in monitoring a physiological parameter of a subject includes an information containing circuit and a timer. The sensor assembly stores time varying information in the information containing circuit. The information may include cumulative use time
6893401 Continuous non-invasive blood pressure monitoring method and apparatus May 17, 2005
A non-invasive apparatus and method for monitoring the blood pressure of a subject detects a pulse signal at both a first and second location on the subject's body The elapsed time between the arrival of corresponding points of the pulse signal at the first and second locations is de
6599251 Continuous non-invasive blood pressure monitoring method and apparatus July 29, 2003
A non-invasive apparatus and method for monitoring the blood pressure of a subject detects a pulse signal at both a first and second location on the subject's body. The elapsed time between the arrival of corresponding points of the pulse signal at the first and second locations is d
6503206 Apparatus having redundant sensors for continuous monitoring of vital signs and related methods January 7, 2003
Apparatus for monitoring one or more vital signs of a subject has a number of sensors. There is at least one redundant sensor. Each sensor originates a signal. A selection system determines performance criteria for a number of groups of signals. Each group includes one or more signals. T










 
 
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