NY College of Health Professions gains patent for patient monitoring

October 2013
Medical Device Daily;10/1/2013, Vol. 17 Issue 189, p8
The article announces the issuance of U.S. Patent #8,543,087 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to New York College of Health Professions. The patent allows monitoring specifically for the young and old, and identifies certain sounds that indicate they are in need of help. It belongs to a patent portfolio under the Intellectual Properties Agreements of New York College of Health Professions.


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