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  • Goldendale, WA
  • West Richland, WA
  • Pullman, WA
  • Preston, WA
  • Newberg, OR
  • Issaquah, WA
  • 517 Browns Rd, Goldendale, WA 98620

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Judith Cyrus

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Address:
517 Browns Rd, Goldendale, WA 98620
VIN:
2CNFLGEY0A6394905
Make:
CHEVROLET
Model:
EQUINOX
Year:
2010

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Method And Apparatus For Providing On-Screen Incident Review In An Aed

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US Patent:
6990371, Jan 24, 2006
Filed:
Oct 14, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/418536
Inventors:
Daniel J Powers - Issaquah WA, US
Karl A Woelfer - Seattle WA, US
Judith L Cyrus - Preston WA, US
Assignee:
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. - Eindhoven
International Classification:
A61N 1/378
US Classification:
600510, 607 5
Abstract:
A novel apparatus and method for recording and replaying patient treatment and response data that occurs during the course of an emergency response on a defibrillator. The data and events of an emergency response may be recorded automatically by the defibrillator. Incidents may then be randomly accessible (i. e. “scrollable”) by medical personnel on the defibrillator by placing the defibrillator into an incident review mode. The ability to quickly review critical ECG and event data on the scene. This provides medical personnel with a reliable and efficient alternative to paper based recording systems.

Method And Apparatus For Recording And Replaying Time-Correlated Medical Event Data

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US Patent:
59514850, Sep 14, 1999
Filed:
Dec 8, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/986507
Inventors:
Judith L. Cyrus - Preston WA
Garry R. Gordon - Issaquah WA
Clinton S. Cole - Issaquah WA
Justin Grimley - Seattle WA
Leona Bell - Seattle WA
Assignee:
Heartstream, Inc. - Seattle WA
International Classification:
A61B 50432
US Classification:
600523
Abstract:
A method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: providing time-correlated event data to a display device; selecting a first event to be displayed; and displaying the first event together with a time-correlated second event on the display device. Another embodiment is a method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: manually entering data comprising a first event into a display device; time-correlating the first event with data comprising a second event collected by a medical device; and displaying the first event together with the second event on the display device.

Method And Apparatus For Recording And Replaying Time-Correlated Medical Event Data

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US Patent:
58998667, May 4, 1999
Filed:
Dec 8, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/986508
Inventors:
Judith L. Cyrus - Preston WA
Garry R. Gordon - Issaquah WA
Clinton S. Cole - Issaquah WA
Justin Grimley - Seattle WA
Leona Bell - Seattle WA
Assignee:
Heartstream, Inc. - Seattle WA
International Classification:
A61B 50432
US Classification:
600510
Abstract:
A method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: providing time-correlated event data to a display device; selecting a first event to be displayed; and displaying the first event together with a time-correlated second event on the display device. In another embodiment, the invention is a method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: manually entering data comprising a first event into a display device; time-correlating the first event with data comprising a second event collected by a medical device; and displaying the first event together with the second event on the display device. In yet another embodiment, the invention is a method of creating a report showing the time correlation between recorded medical events, the method comprising the steps of: connecting a memory device to a display device, the memory device comprising a clock; retrieving event data and time data from a memory device; reading a memory device time from the memory device clock; and using the memory device time to associate time with the event data.

Method Of Creating A Report Showing The Time Correlation Between Recorded Medical Events

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US Patent:
57850437, Jul 28, 1998
Filed:
May 16, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/648778
Inventors:
Judith L. Cyrus - Preston WA
Garry R. Gordon - Issaquah WA
Clinton S. Cole - Seattle WA
Assignee:
Heartstream, Inc. - Seattle WA
International Classification:
A61B 5044
US Classification:
128712
Abstract:
A method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: providing time-correlated event data to a display device; selecting a first event to be displayed; and displaying the first event together with a time-correlated second event on the display device. In another embodiment, the invention is a method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: manually entering data comprising a first event into a display device; time-correlating the first event with data comprising a second event collected by a medical device; and displaying the first event together with the second event on the display device. In yet another embodiment, the invention is a method of creating a report showing the time correlation between recorded medical events, the method comprising the steps of: connecting a memory device to a display device, the memory device comprising a clock; retrieving event data and time data from a memory device; reading a memory device time from the memory device clock; and using the memory device time to associate time with the event data.

Integrated Defibrillator/Monitor Architecture With Defibrillator-Only Fail-Safe Mode Of Operation

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US Patent:
53424034, Aug 30, 1994
Filed:
Apr 9, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/046280
Inventors:
Daniel J. Powers - McMinnville OR
Judith Cyrus - Newberg OR
Steve Kootstra - Roseville CA
Art Burkhalter - Monmouth OR
J. Daren Bledsoe - McMinnville OR
David C. Shultheis - McMinnville OR
Dan Jordan - McMinnville OR
Assignee:
Hewlett-Packard Corporation - Palo Alto CA
International Classification:
A61N 139
US Classification:
607 5
Abstract:
A defibrillator/monitor architecture is disclosed with a defibrillator-only mode of operation to provide for shocking a patient notwithstanding failure of the monitor subsystem. The defibrillator/monitor subsystem is partitioned into a defibrillator subsystem and a monitor subsystem. The defibrillator subsystem includes the patient charging circuits and other components necessary to carry out basic defibrillation. The monitor subsystem includes an ECG front-end, CRT display, data recorder and other features. In normal operation, the defibrillator subsystem relies on periodic ECG data ready interrupts from the monitor subsystem for system timing. In the event that the ECG interrupts do not arrive within a predetermined time limit, the monitor subsystem is presumed dead and the defibrillator subsystem switches to defibrillator-only mode of operation, in which system timing is provided by a local standby timer.

Defibrillator With Training Features

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US Patent:
56118155, Mar 18, 1997
Filed:
Dec 8, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/351897
Inventors:
Clinton Cole - Seattle WA
Carlton B. Morgan - Bainbridge Island WA
Judith Cyrus - Preston WA
Daniel Powers - Bainbridge Island WA
Assignee:
Heartstream, Inc. - Seattle WA
International Classification:
A61N 139
US Classification:
607 5
Abstract:
A defibrillator has a treatment mode and a training mode. The defibrillator includes an energy source; an electrode connector; a controller, including a feature for connecting the energy source to the electrode connector; and training mode features for stimulating the operation of the defibrillator in treatment mode. Also included is a method of operating a defibrillator including the steps of providing a defibrillator (with the defibrillator including a defibrillation energy source, a controller and electrode connectors, and with the controller including circuitry for actuating the defibrillator to deliver a defibrillation shock from the defibrillation energy source to the electrode connectors) and operating the defibrillator in a training mode to simulate delivery of a shock from the energy source to the electrode connectors without delivering a defibrillation shock from the energy source to the electrode connectors. An additional method of operating a defibrillator includes the following steps: providing a defibrillator having automatic or semiautomatic operation; activating the defibrillator to provide therapy to a patient; placing the defibrillator in a pause state by actuating a pause actuator; and ending the pause state to provide therapy to the patient.

Time And Data Correlated Medical Display System

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US Patent:
58910492, Apr 6, 1999
Filed:
Dec 8, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/987193
Inventors:
Judith L. Cyrus - Preston WA
Garry R. Gordon - Issaquah WA
Clinton S. Cole - Issaquah WA
Justin Grimley - Seattle WA
Leona Bell - Seattle WA
Assignee:
Heartstream, Inc - Seattle WA
International Classification:
A61B 5432
US Classification:
600523
Abstract:
A method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: providing time-correlated event data to a display device; selecting a first event to be displayed; and displaying the first event together with a time-correlated second event on the display device. In another embodiment, the invention is a method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: manually entering data comprising a first event into a display device; time-correlating the first event with data comprising a second event collected by a medical device; and displaying the first event together with the second event on the display device. In yet another embodiment, the invention is a method of creating a report showing the time correlation between recorded medical events, the method comprising the steps of: connecting a memory device to a display device, the memory device comprising a clock; retrieving event data and time data from a memory device; reading a memory device time from the memory device clock; and using the memory device time to associate time with the event data.

Method Of Assembling A Time-Correlated Medical Event Database

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US Patent:
58910468, Apr 6, 1999
Filed:
Dec 8, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/986510
Inventors:
Judith L. Cyrus - Preston WA
Garry R. Gordon - Issaquah WA
Clinton S. Cole - Issaquah WA
Justin Grimley - Seattle WA
Leona Bell - Seattle WA
Assignee:
Heartstream, Inc. - Seattle WA
International Classification:
A61N 504
US Classification:
600510
Abstract:
A method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: providing time-correlated event data to a display device; selecting a first event to be displayed; and displaying the first event together with a time-correlated second event on the display device. In another embodiment, the invention is a method for displaying time-correlated medical event data including the steps of: manually entering data comprising a first event into a display device; time-correlating the first event with data comprising a second event collected by a medical device; and displaying the first event together with the second event on the display device. In yet another embodiment, the invention is a method of creating a report showing the time correlation between recorded medical events, the method comprising the steps of: connecting a memory device to a display device, the memory device comprising a clock; retrieving event data and time data from a memory device; reading a memory device time from the memory device clock; and using the memory device time to associate time with the event data.
Judith L Cyrus from Goldendale, WA, age ~71 Get Report