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Measuring hematocrit and estimating hemoglobin values with a non-invasive, optical blood monitoring system, patent No. 8,130,369, invented by Louis LeeGrande Barrett of West Point, David Wayne Peterson of Clinton, and Kristian Allen Sammann of Murray, assigned to Fresenius Medical Care Holdings, Inc. of Waltham, Mass.
Method for timing a pulsed communication system, patent No. 8,130,680, invented by William K. McIntire of Sandy, Larry S. Thomson of Bountiful, and David H. Robbins of Bountiful, assigned to L-3 Communications, Corp. of New York, N.Y.
Nondestructive device and method for evaluating ultra-hard polycrystalline constructions, patent No. 8,130,903, invented by Loel Corbett of Saratoga Springs, and Ronald K. Eyre of Orem, assigned to Smith International, Inc. of Houston, Texas.
Liquid-cooled aperture body in an X-ray tube, patent No. 8,130,910, invented by Jason W. Davies of Cottonwood Heights, Gregory C. Andrews of Draper, George Benjamin Naseath of West Jordan, Lincoln Curtis Jolley of Stansbury Park, Richard Alma Keyes of West Valley City, and Ricky Burnett Smith of Sandy, assigned to Varian Medical Systems, Inc. of Palo Alto, Calif.
Methods for obtaining complex data in an interactive voice response system, patent No. 8,130,929, invented by T. Clay Wilkes of North Salt Lake, and Richard T. Newton of Syracuse, assigned to Galileo Processing, Inc. of Salt Lake City.
Automated skin electrical resistance measurement device and method, patent No. 8,131,355, invented by James Hoyt Clark of Orem.
Construction, manipulation, and comparison of a multidimensional semantic space, patent No. 8,131,741, invented by Delos C. Jensen of Orem, and Stephen R. Carter of Spanish Fork, assigned to Novell Intellectual Property Holdings, Inc. of Seattle, Wash.
Techniques for recognizing multiple patterns within a string, patent No. 8,131,758, invented by Cameron Craig Morris of Saratoga Springs, Lloyd Leon Burch of Payson, and Srinivas Vedula of Orem, assigned to Novell, Inc. of Provo.
Auditing a website with page scanning and rendering techniques, patent No. 8,132,095, invented by Robert K. Seolas of Alpine, John Pestana of Orem, J. Tyler Broadbent of Lehi, and Richard A. Zinn of Murrieta, Calif., assigned to ObservePoint LLC of Provo.
Distributed dynamic security capabilities with access controls, patent No. 8,132,261, invented by Michel S. Simpson of American Fork, William D. Peterson, III of Provo, Stephen R. Carter of Spanish Fork, Nathan B. Jensen of Spanish Fork, and William Street of Orem, assigned to Oracle International Corporation of Redwood City, Calif.
Packaging tray, patent No. D655,165, invented by Steven D. Jensen of South Jordan, and Jack Ronald Nichols of American Fork.
Vented flushable catheter assembly, patent No. D655,406, invented by Yiping Ma of Layton, S. Ray Isaacson of Roy, Marty L. Stout of South Jordan, Weston F. Harding of Lehi, and Ralph L. Sonderegger of Farmington, assigned to Becton, Dickinson and Company of Franklin Lakes, N.J.
Method and apparatus for enhancing an image using data optimization and segmentation, patent No. RE43,225, invented by Dennis L. Parker of Centerville, Andrew L. Alexander of Madison, Wis., John A. Roberts of Salt Lake City, and Brian E. Chapman of San Diego, Calif., assigned to University of Utah Research Foundation of Salt Lake City.
Everett Robinson, who is an attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, compiles this list weekly for The Salt Lake Tribune. Robinson can be reached at 801-649-5858.
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