SEQUAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.
|SEQUAL TECHNOLOGIES INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20110073107||CONTROLLING AND COMMUNICATNG WITH RESPIRATORY CARE DEVICES - Disclosed are methods, systems, apparatus, and products, including a method for operating a respiratory care device that includes collecting at a respiratory care device data representative of operation of the respiratory care device, and communicating to a computing-based device external to the respiratory care device at least some of the collected data to control the operability of the respiratory care device. In some embodiments, the method may further include communicating to the respiratory care device data to controllably change one or more operation parameters of the respiratory care device to cause a change in the operation of the respiratory care device, changing the operation parameters of the respiratory care device according to the communicated data, and communicating to the external computing-based device resultant data representative of operation of the respiratory care device resulting from the controllable change to the one or more operation parameters.||03-31-2011|
|20100051030||System and Method for Controlling Bolus Pulse Duration Based on Inspiratory Time in an Oxygen Concentration System - A method of controlling bolus delivery in a pulse flow oxygen concentration system for a patient includes providing a pulse flow oxygen concentration system that delivers concentrated oxygen gas to the patient in boluses having a pulse bolus duration, the pulse flow oxygen concentration system including an open control for controlling the pulse bolus duration of the boluses; determining one or more respiratory conditions of the patient; and adjusting the open control to adjust the pulse bolus duration of the boluses in accordance with the determined one or more respiratory conditions of the patient.||03-04-2010|
|20100031960||Self-Automated Titration System and Method - A method of titration using a combination continuous flow and pulse flow portable oxygen concentration system (system) with a patient includes: a) providing the system in a continuous flow mode and titrating the patient to a predetermined blood oxygen saturation using the system at one or more predetermined conditions in the continuous flow mode; b) providing the system in a pulse flow mode and titrating the patient to the same predetermined blood oxygen saturation as step a using the system at the same one or more predetermined conditions as in step a in the pulse flow mode; c) determining an Individualized Pulse Dose Equivalent (IPDE) correlation based on data obtained from steps a and b; d) providing the system with the IPDE correlation; and e) using the IPDE correlation to operate the concentrator in a more efficient manner.||02-11-2010|
|20090145428||System and Method for Controlling Supply of Oxygen Based on Breathing Rate - A portable oxygen concentrator system weighing 4-20 pounds that is adapted to be readily transported by a user and deliver oxygen to the user includes a rechargeable energy source; a concentrator powered by said energy source and adapted to convert ambient air into concentrated oxygen gas for the user; an inspiration sensor that senses respiratory activity of the user, and produces a signal in response thereto; and a control unit that receives the signal in response to sensed respiratory activity, determines a breath rate based in part on the received signal in response to sensed respiratory activity and controls the portable oxygen concentrator system to deliver oxygen flow sufficient to meet oxygen demand of the user based at least in part on the determined breath rate.||06-11-2009|
|20090107500||Portable Oxygen Concentrator System and Method Including Concentrated Oxygen Flow Delivery - A portable oxygen concentrator system weighing 4-20 pounds adapted to be readily transported by a user and for delivering oxygen to lungs of the user includes a rechargeable energy source; a concentrator powered by said energy source and adapted to convert ambient air into concentrated oxygen gas for said user; and a control unit that controls the concentrator to deliver a flow rate based on at least one of a Body Temperature Pressure Dry (BTPD) condition, a Body Temperature Pressure Saturated with water (BTPS) condition, and a condition between BTPD and BTPS, where relative humidity is 0-100%, to maintain a constant fraction of inspired oxygen (FI02) in the lungs of the user.||04-30-2009|
|20090097040||Linear Motion Position Sensor and Method of Use - A linear motion sensing system for sensing at least shaft position of a linear moving shaft of a linear motion device includes a sensed structure associated with and moving linearly in unison with the linear moving shaft; a light sensor assembly including a light emitter emitting light directed at the sensed structure and a light detector receiving light from the light emitter, the light sensor assembly emitting signals indicative of at least position of the sensed structure; and a sensor module receiving the signals indicative of at least position of the sensed structure from the light sensor assembly and determining at least shaft position of the linear moving shaft of the linear motion device.||04-16-2009|
|20080304980||Compressor Vibration Isolation Mount and Method of Use - A compressor vibration isolation mount for isolating the vibrations of a compressor from the rest of a structure includes at least one frame; and at least one gimbal coupling the compressor to the at least one frame for partial rotation about at least one primary axis of rotation.||12-11-2008|
|20080302596||Diaphragm Muffler and Method of Use - A diaphragm muffler for quiet operation of a compressor imparting an above atmospheric pressure stream and a below atmospheric pressure stream. The diaphragm muffler including a diaphragm pressure chamber receiving the above atmospheric pressure stream; a diaphragm vacuum chamber receiving the below atmospheric pressure stream; and a flexible diaphragm dividing the diaphragm pressure chamber receiving the above atmospheric pressure stream from the diaphragm vacuum chamber receiving the below atmospheric pressure stream, whereby the above atmospheric pressure stream and the below atmospheric pressure stream cancel each other out via the flexible diaphragm.||12-11-2008|
|20080302516||Compressor Cooling System and Method of Use - A compressor cooling system for an air compressor includes an air compressor including an external surface; an enclosure for enclosing the air compressor inside the enclosure; an air passage formed on the inside of the enclosure between the enclosure and the external surface of the air compressor; multiple holes in the enclosure; and a negative pressure source coupled to the air passage for drawing air through the multiple holes and into the enclosure for cooling the compressor.||12-11-2008|
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