Cannula with universal seal and method of introducing instruments therethrough

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The Yoon; Inbae patent solves the following problem:

The present invention relates to medical instruments and, particularly, of a cannula with a valve or seal to prevent fluid flow through the cannula and the means to introduce instruments through such a cannula .

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Yoon; Inbae’s patent US 5797888 A deals with Cannula with universal seal and method of introducing instruments therethrough.
A cannula for insertion through an anatomical cavity wall to establish communication with the anatomical hole includes an elongate tubular body having a distal end adapted to be disposed in the anatomical cavity and a a proximal end adapted to be disposed externally anatomical hole, a seal including a seal member disposed along the tubular body of the cannula, and a tubular pusher disposed in the tubular body and insertable through the seal to move in covered in tattoos from a normal closed position to prevent fluid flow through the cannula to an open position to allow the instruments of various sizes will be introduced through the tubular body with tubular pusher without contacting seals.

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Method and system for detecting acute myocardial infarction

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The Hewlett-Packard Company patent solves the following problem:

The present invention relates, in general, to an improved method and system used in data monitoring electrocardiographic waveform there and, in particular, to an improved method and system used to monitor electrocardiographic data in the form of waves there and to detect the presence of Acute myocardial infarction, even in patients with underlying heart conditions which mimic Acute myocardial infarction. Even more particularly, the present invention relates to an improved method and system used to monitor electrocardiographic data in the form of waves there and to detect the presence of Acute myocardial infarction, even in patients who have underlying conditions the heart mimic Acute myocardial infarction, by making patient -specific set of data and to make the assessment of the existence of an Acute myocardial infarction on the basis of the created patient-specific data sets and statistical criteria.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Hewlett-Packard Company’s patent US 5792066 A deals with Method and system for detecting acute myocardial infarction.
A method and system for determining Acute myocardial infarction. The way the system works by determining whether or not at least one pre-specified component wave is within each successive heartbeat waveform there (eg the S wave component QRSTU waveform there) appearing within each electrocardiographic lead. After it is determined whether or not the pre-specified component wave within the heartbeat waveforms under consideration (each lead usually have some representation in every successive heartbeat waveform is now in ), a wave amplitude ratio (eg ST complex amplitude divided the S wave component amplitude in some specific moment in time) calculated. So, for each successive heartbeat waveform there is generally at least one wave amplitude ratio calculated for each electrocardiographic lead, with the same heartbeat waveform there is a general view, in in some form, within each electrocardiographic lead. In the end, the calculated wave amplitude ratios, which are generally calculated on every lead that every successive heartbeat waveform is compared to predetermined criteria (eg traversing a classification tree), and on the basis of this comparison showed Acute myocardial infarction occurred.

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