|XHALE, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150073233||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING USING MULTIPLE SIGNAL PROCESSING DEVICES - Provided according to embodiments of the invention are systems for monitoring a physiological state of an individual that include a PPG sensor, which optionally includes an auxiliary physiological sensor integrated with or connected thereto; a first signal processing device in electronic communication with the PPG sensor, whereby the PPG sensor transmits PPG signals to the first signal processing device; and a second signal processing device that detects at least a portion of the signals transmitted by the PPG sensor to the first signal processing device, at least a portion of signals transmitted by the auxiliary physiological sensor, or both. Related methods are also provided herein.||03-12-2015|
|20140343382||Methods And Systems For Using A Thermistor In Probe Identification Circuits In Or Associated With Pulse Oximeter Sensors - Provided according to embodiments of the present invention are pulse oximetry systems that include a pulse oximeter sensor, and a probe identification circuit that includes a thermistor. The probe identification circuit may be part of or associated with the pulse oximeter sensor.||11-20-2014|
|20140275930||Methods, Devices And Systems For Photoplethysmography At The Nasal Columella - Provided according to embodiments of the invention are photoplethysmography (PPG) sensors, systems and methods of using the same. In some embodiments of the invention, methods of obtaining a photoplethysmography (PPG) signals include securing a PPG sensor onto a nasal columella of an individual; and obtaining a PPG signal from the PPG sensor.||09-18-2014|
|20110227740||PERSONNEL LOCATION AND MONITORING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ENCLOSED FACILITIES - A wireless time-of-flight distance measurement device a motion detector is used at each of a plurality of stations in a wireless network in an enclosed facility to accurately locate a badge-wearing person near the station. The location, badge number and time of detection are transmitted through the network and stored in a computer memory. In a healthcare facility, hand washing detectors are located at some of the stations and caused to energize a hand wash status indicator light on the badge when the wearer has washed his or her hands. The light remains “on” for only a certain length of time, but will be extinguished sooner by a monitor device near each patient when the healthcare worker leaves the vicinity of the patient. These events also are transmitted and stored so that a timed record of each worker's hand washing and visits to patients is created.||09-22-2011|
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